Illuminate

    We began 2019 by celebrating God’s goodness and blessing. He has enabled us to see the start of another year. He has afforded us the opportunity to see his work in this world and in our community. He has awakened us to a better sense of his glory and his grace. As we continue to partner with God in 2019, we do so with a renewed sense of passion, participation and purpose. In this sermon series, we will explore our mission, vision and purpose for the upcoming year as we endeavor to make and grow disciples of Jesus. May the Father illuminate by the Holy Spirit in the name of Jesus.

    Series start date: January 6th, 2019

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    Sermons in this series

    • Sunday, January 6th, 2019

      by Dion Frasier

      The "Light" is a gift given by God for his people to live in among the blinding darkness of the world. In this light, we are given a directive to "arise" or "get up". Rescued out of darkness, we are able to see that God's glory and grace has been made available to everyone. As we reflect on that tremendous blessing, we will review and forecast the place of the Reynoldsburg Church of Christ in God's mission to rescue humankind out of darkness.

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    • Sunday, January 27th, 2019

      by Dion Frasier

      The baptism of the Lord is a fascinating event. As the spotless lamb of God, he didn't need to be washed of his sins. So why was he baptized? The baptism of the Lord affords us an opportunity to learn more about the importance of our own baptisms and the privilege to offer the blessing of baptism to others.

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    • Sunday, February 3rd, 2019

      by Dion Frasier

      The mission of God through the Reynoldsburg church will take the intentional participation of all of its members. God has blessed this church with gifts, talents, interests and passions. It is in this spiritual atmosphere that God's glory shines brilliantly in our world and community.

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    • Sunday, February 10th, 2019

      by Dion Frasier

      When Jesus read from Isaiah's prophecy in the synagogue, he pronounced his mission, vision and purpose. The life Jesus lived flowed out of commitment to the mission, vision and purpose that God placed in his life. Likewise, as Jesus' disciples, we will find fulfillment when we live into the mission, vision and purpose that God has revealed to us.

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