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Kingdom Come

Prayer is a vital part of life. Jesus gives us instruction on how to pray and even a prayer to pray. What does it look like to pray the prayer that Jesus gave us? This week we begin a series that will explore the Lord’s Prayer.

June 3: “Deliver Us”

Matthew 6:13

We all face temptation. Many times we put ourselves into it and then rescue. Evil, on the other hand, happens to us. Even when it isn’t our fault we will still need rescue from God. He has overcome evil with good.

Casey Franklin

May 27: “Forgive Us”

Matthew 6:12

God is inviting us to depend on him for our daily needs and he is faithful to provide everything we need.

Stacee Eggers

May 20: “Our Daily Bread”

Matthew 6:11

God is inviting us to depend on him for our daily needs and he is faithful to provide everything we need.

Corey Johnsrud

May 13: “Miracles”

Luke 18:35-42

Whose kingdom are you building? Most of us are trying to build our own place using our own power and ability to set ourselves apart in the world. God invites us, instead, to be part of what He is doing in the world today..

Keith Hamilton

May 6: “Your Kingdom Come”

Matthew 6:10

Whose kingdom are you building? Most of us are trying to build our own place using our own power and ability to set ourselves apart in the world. God invites us, instead, to be part of what He is doing in the world today..

Corey Johnsrud

April 29: “Our Father”

Matthew 6:9

The radical prayer from Jesus begins with how he approaches God. He comes before God and all His holiness and addresses him as Father. The remaining structure of the Lord’s Prayer finds it’s purpose out of the context of God as Father.

Corey Johnsrud