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The Central Rebellion

The Central Rebellion

November 13, 2016

We’ve been looking at The Book of Numbers; it’s the history of the wilderness wanderings…after Exodus. It’s a story that’s referenced over and over, later in the Bible – it comes up repeatedly in the Psalms and the Prophets…and even in the next book: Deuteronomy

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The Cast | People Engaged in the Story of Jesus Christ – Part 2

January 20, 2016

The story of Jesus Christ as told by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John includes a vast collection of colorful characters. Some of the cast members fit certain “types” we have met in our own lives. When we read their accounts we find ourselves identifying with them. In many ways, we are like them. In the midst of the dialogues, interviews, encounters and confrontations we meet the One they met and like them, we stand to be swept up into His story. January 24 – The Parents and the Young Man – Luke 2.41-52 January 31 – The Locals – Luke…

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Men’s Studies

October 29, 2015

Christian Courage in Light of Cultural Change 1 (8/2015) Christian Courage in Light of Cultural Change 2 (10/2015) The Christian as Citizen (Unity and Diversity) (4/2016) “ISAIAH 40:31 STRONG” MEN’S RETREAT 2016: Are You Weak Enough? – George Sayour – Friday Night Gospel Weakness & Relationships – TJ Campo – Saturday Morning Men & Their Fears (4/29/2017) – Dan Houmes “Tough & Tender: Wise As Serpents, Gentle As Doves” Men’s Retreat 2017 Wise as Serpents, Gentle as Doves – George Sayour – Friday Night Talk Kindness Received & Rendered – TJ Campo – Saturday AM Talk

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Exodus | Liberation and the Mission of God

October 13, 2015

As the Book of Exodus opens God appears to be absent. As the book unfolds, God’s presence becomes more and more known, until God’s presence is overwhelmingly…present! The second half of our study (continued from 2014) explores the mission of God to free His people and make Himself known to them and to the world. Our mission is to know this liberating God and live in His presence. This, as we hope to see, is the real path to ultimate freedom, purpose and joy. Next teachings in this 6-week study: Oct. 18 –  The Exodus Paradigm – Psalm 106:6-23; 44-48;…

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Songs of Grace | The Gospel According to the Psalms

August 19, 2015

After His resurrection from the dead, Jesus Christ explained the Scriptures to the disciples on the Emmaus road. He claimed that, “all things which are written about Me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.”(Luke 24.44). How is it that the Book of Psalms is somehow about Jesus Christ? What can the Psalms tell us about the Savior? How are these ancient worship poems windows into the life of faith? Come! Let us sing the Songs of Grace!  Sunday mornings  at 8:30 & 11. Aug. 30 –  Psalm 29 –  Gordon Woolard Sept.…

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John Houmes (New City Fellowship, Hollywood/Hallandale)

July 2, 2015

St Andrews is excited to be partnering with John Houmes in planting a multi-cultural PCA church in the Hallandale/East Hollywood area (New City Fellowship). John is a South Florida native who re-located here from New City Fellowship (PCA) in St Louis with his wife, Virginia, and their 2 daughters. Listen to John share his vision for this church plant in his sermon given at St Andrews Sunday,   March 2, 2015. More information at: www.HHchurchplant.com  

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Sermon Series: Children of the Living God | Living With God As Your Father

June 20, 2015

  To have God as one’s Father… think about that!  Many take it for granted as if it were nothing special. Many religions find it a too-good-to-be-true heresy. The Old Testament only hints at the idea, but the New Testament develops it into a full-blown wonder-filled truth that has power to change the way we live. Using the book Children of the Living God * (Sinclair Ferguson) as a framework, this series aims at unpacking this truth and drawing from it the thrill, the comfort and the motivation that comes from being a child of God. June 21 – The…

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God & Suffering

June 16, 2015

It is often thought that the depth and extent of evil and human suffering poses a significant problem for Christians who believe in an all-knowing, all-powerful, and wholly good God. In this class, we shall consider theoretical and practical ways for understanding and for reconciling the reality of suffering with our belief in the Triune God.   Our teacher is Michael McKeon who earned a BA in Philosophy from Nyack College, an MA in Philosophy from Temple University, and a PhD in Philosophy from Syracuse University.  Michael  is currently Associate Professor of Philosophy at Barry University in Miami Shores. Class 1 Class 2…

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Colossians Sermon Series, April 12 – June 7, 2015

April 10, 2015

Colossians| Complete In Christ  Sitting in a Roman prison cell, the Apostle Paul writes a letter to a group of Christians whom he himself has not met. This newly sprouted church shows signs of life from God and Paul celebrates! The Apostle also knows that this tender new Colossian Church needs help so he sends them an “air-drop” behind enemy lines: truth, prayer and personnel. This is the “care-package” letter about how Christianity differs from religion. It’s about how the Gospel changes people who believe. It’s about the Big Ideas that makes Christianity unique. It’s about God’s way of making…

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The Cast | People Engaged in the Story of Jesus (Sermon Manuscripts)

January 19, 2015

The story of Jesus Christ as told by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John includes a vast collection of colorful characters. Some of the cast members fit certain “types” we have met in our own lives. When we read their accounts we find ourselves identifying with them. In many ways, we are like them. In the midst of the dialogues, interviews, encounters and confrontations, we meet the One they met and like them, we stand to be swept up into His story. 1.18.15 – The Reluctant Baptist (Matthew 3:1-4:1) 1.25.15 – First Followers (John 1:35-51) 2.01.15 – The Buyers & the Sellers (John 2:11-3:1) 2.08.15…

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