We want our teachings to be accessible to anyone at anytime. Please be encouraged by the teaching of God's Word at Redeemer Fellowship. You will notice that we believe strongly in the importance of God's Word Alone for His People. We believe that the Bible, made up of Old and New Testaments, was written by men who were divinely inspired by the Holy Spirit. It is God’s revelation of Himself to man and is the only sufficient, certain, and infallible book of all saving knowledge, faith, and obedience. You can watch the worship live here.
Isaiah 53: The Way of Suffering
We are focusing on the six Sundays of the Lent Season in fifty-third chapter of Isaiah. The prophet profiles the servant of the Lord that will accomplish salvation for God's people. The path to victory for the servant sent by God is suffering. The Via Dolorosa is the way of suffering. Christ Jesus won our salvation through suffering. Over the next six weeks, we will be discussing the themes of Christ's suffering showcased in Isaiah 53.
500 years of Reformation
Here is our three part series on the Reformation. We celebrated the 500 Year Anniversary of Martin Luther's 95 Theses. The three sermons are a focus on three of the five Solas of the Reformation. The first sermon is Sola Scriptura. The second is Sola Christus. The third is Sola Gloria.
The Book of Luke
Here is our series on the Book of Luke. We will be focusing on Luke over the next few months. Luke provides a historical documentary on the life of Christ by reporting on key events and teachings.
On Orphan Sunday, Christians stand for the orphan. We are a people called to defend the fatherless…to care for the child that has no family…to visit orphans in their distress. Each event is locally-led. Sermons and small groups, concerts and prayer gatherings, shared meals and youth activities—each rousing believers with God’s call to care for the orphan, and what we can do in response. From many sources, one voice. Each November, thousands of events will echo across America and around the globe, all sharing a single goal: that God’s great love for the orphan will find echo in our lives as well. Orphan Sunday is your opportunity to join Redeemer Fellowship to pray and care for orphans.
The first Thanksgiving took place near the coast in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621. After enduring persecution and hardship, the reminding survivors of the English Puritans, who left Leiden for the New World, sat down to their harvest feast to thank God for his provision and love. Looking at 1 Kings 8:62-66, we learn that thankfulness breed joy. However, also learning from the history of Israel and the history of our world that ungratefulness breeds judgment. This Thanksgiving take time to remember God's gift of salvation through Jesus Christ and give thanks. Reflect on the thousand graces in your life and give Him thanks. From the congregation of Redeemer Fellowship Church, have a happy Thanksgiving.
2018: Preparations for a New Year