M: 10/20/19: “Sheep to Shepherd”

Sheep to Shepherd is a shift from follower to servant leader. In His famous post-resurrection

conversation with Peter, Jesus tells Peter three times to “feed My sheep,” in reference to Pe-
ter’s shepherding role over the people of God. But wait, Peter himself had to be mentored

by Jesus, the Good Shepherd. Peter was once a sheep. Now he is called upon to shepherd.
So in the same way every believer, like Peter, begins as a sheep. But as we continue to be

mentored by Jesus, the Good Shepherd, we, like Peter, eventually transform into shep-
herds. How does this occur? What are the key distinctions between sheep and shepherds?

Do not miss this week’s sermon and find out for yourself!

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W: 10/20/19: “Sheep to Shepherd”

Sheep to Shepherd is a shift from follower to servant leader. In His famous post-resurrection

conversation with Peter, Jesus tells Peter three times to “feed My sheep,” in reference to Pe-
ter’s shepherding role over the people of God. But wait, Peter himself had to be mentored

by Jesus, the Good Shepherd. Peter was once a sheep. Now he is called upon to shepherd.
So in the same way every believer, like Peter, begins as a sheep. But as we continue to be

mentored by Jesus, the Good Shepherd, we, like Peter, eventually transform into shep-
herds. How does this occur? What are the key distinctions between sheep and shepherds?

Do not miss this week’s sermon and find out for yourself!

View Sermon

H: 10/20/19: “Sheep to Shepherd”

Sheep to Shepherd is a shift from follower to servant leader. In His famous post-resurrection

conversation with Peter, Jesus tells Peter three times to “feed My sheep,” in reference to Pe-
ter’s shepherding role over the people of God. But wait, Peter himself had to be mentored

by Jesus, the Good Shepherd. Peter was once a sheep. Now he is called upon to shepherd.
So in the same way every believer, like Peter, begins as a sheep. But as we continue to be

mentored by Jesus, the Good Shepherd, we, like Peter, eventually transform into shep-
herds. How does this occur? What are the key distinctions between sheep and shepherds?

Do not miss this week’s sermon and find out for yourself!

View Sermon

M: 10/13/19: “Ask to Listen”

Ask to Listen
Ask to Listen is a shift in posture from asking others to listening to God. We look outside
ourselves for answers–to sermons and books, seeking advisors to tell us exactly what to do.

We worry about missing the will of God for our lives. We read the Bible like a desk refer-
ence as though it should answer our questions. When we make this shift, rather than ask-
ing God or others to answer our questions, we begin to ask the questions God is actually

answering. We let Him speak. We let Him set our agenda. We listen.

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H: 10/13/19: “Ask to Listen”

Ask to Listen
Ask to Listen is a shift in posture from asking others to listening to God. We look outside
ourselves for answers–to sermons and books, seeking advisors to tell us exactly what to do.

We worry about missing the will of God for our lives. We read the Bible like a desk refer-
ence as though it should answer our questions. When we make this shift, rather than ask-
ing God or others to answer our questions, we begin to ask the questions God is actually

answering. We let Him speak. We let Him set our agenda. We listen.

View Sermon

W: 10/13/19: “Ask to Listen”

Ask to Listen
Ask to Listen is a shift in posture from asking others to listening to God. We look outside
ourselves for answers–to sermons and books, seeking advisors to tell us exactly what to do.

We worry about missing the will of God for our lives. We read the Bible like a desk refer-
ence as though it should answer our questions. When we make this shift, rather than ask-
ing God or others to answer our questions, we begin to ask the questions God is actually

answering. We let Him speak. We let Him set our agenda. We listen.

View Sermon
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