Exodus 20:1-3. The first of the 10 commandments deals with God’s existence and His singularity. With song by Seth Wiebe.
Exodus 19 reports on what happened just before the 10 commandments are given by God. The people were warned and afraid, which was the right response. But there’s more than guilt and fear. There’s grace.
#15 in Exodus series. Study of Exodus 18 where Moses’ father-in-law Jethro becomes a believer. Lessons for heart and faith transformations.
Study of Exodus 16 in which the people complain and God provides manna and quail to eat–with instructions. Thanksgiving theme. Also music by Peter, Pat, and Martha trio
Exposition of Exodus 13–the Red Sea Crossing. Sub-title is “The End of a chapter, not the end of the story” to show that while the Red Sea crossing, like receiving Christ, is a major event, it’s really just the beginning of a journey filled with exciting events. Peter Ellis is associate pastor for youth and worship.
Study of the Passover in Exodus 12 with regard to religious ceremonies and pointing to Jesus and the Last Supper. Music by Ryan Kargel.
Exodus 10 and John 1:1-14 both deal with light. The 9th plague is the loss of light and John 1 tells of the coming of the light. Also, worship team song at end of sermon.
Exodus 10:12–11:10 deals with the 9th and 10 plagues in Egypt. Darkness and death make a statement about the relative power of God but also about his patience.
A look at the 10 plagues in Exodus 10 as it relates to God’s power over the gods of Egypt and our own lives.
Exodus chapter 8 deals with Pharaoh’s refusal to repent. Repentance has fallen into disrepute these days but has value for seeing God at work in our lives.
Exodus 7 gives the start of the 10 plagues. Shows how knowing God and His ways gives guidance for us in daily life. Music by Pat Veer
Exodus 4 tells of Moses’s resistance to God’s call and God’s reminder that the fear is real but He is greater than the spiritual forces Moses will encounter.