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Each week we make our Sunday Morning messages available for replay. Our goal is that you will be able to draw closer to Jesus as you listen to the messages on this page.

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This message is born out of 1 Corinthians chapter 2. In this chapter we find that we only know the purposes of God when the Spirit of God lives within us. Furthermore, we can only live in God’s purposes when His Spirit is alive and at work within us. And as we live in the Spirit, we take on the mind of Christ. This mindset is the secret wisdom that transforms the world.
This message will examine the unlikely way God constructs his Kingdom and his church. Understanding God’s philosophy and method of construction will have profound effects on the way we see others in the church as well as how we live and operate as a body. The primary principle found in chapter one is that God often uses seemingly powerless and foolish things to build his kingdom.
The world is changing in radical ways and as our culture changes our church must carefully and boldly change as well. This week’s message will highlight some of the changes that have already begun to affect us. The message will call us to consider how God might be leading us to begin responding to these changes. The text for Sunday morning comes from Acts 10 and 11 as Peter is called to step out of the box he has lived in his entire life.
This particular message is a look at what God has to say about gossip. The reason we are looking at this subject is because there has been some question about what is and what isn’t gossip. Is it always wrong to discuss someone else’s life? How do we know what is and isn’t appropriate? This message will certainly not answer all the questions, but we hope that the message provides a better understanding of the topic.
During the 2017 Church Picnic we took a special look back at the start of MCA, 30 years ago.
This Sunday is Baptism Sunday at MCA. This Sunday’s message is pretty straightforward. We want to ask and seek to answer several questions surrounding baptism. Why do we do baptism and what does it mean? Why should you get baptized? Why you shouldn’t get baptized. Baptisms help us remember that God is at work; changing people’s lives and we are called to the work of spreading the gospel of Jesus.
This is the last Sunday in our series, “Can I Say That,” a series about developing authentic faith. For deep and authentic faith to take root, God must become real to us. Jesus tells us that his sheep hear his voice and listen to him. For many, God is far away and rather distant. He is the all-powerful someone that wants your list of requests. But when it comes to hearing his voice, or pausing to listen, many get uncomfortable and start squirming. This Sunday, we will talk about how we develop a holy imagination that helps us move toward God, listening for his voice.
More than 40% of the Psalms are psalms of lament. When people lament, it means they express sorrow, grief, regret, mourning, or even hatred or anger. We don’t like these feelings and often seek to distance ourselves from them as fast as possible. But this doesn’t seem to be the advice of scripture. As we look at Psalm 126 today, we will begin to understand why. The irony is that the faster we run from helpful lament, the less joy and peace we experience.
In this week’s message, we will examine the nature of Authentic Worship. Authentic worship goes beyond outward visible forms of worship. It requires firstly that we have been transformed. As we are transformed, our response to God is authentic worship. Psalms, the book of worship for God’s people for thousands of years, contains many examples of authentic worship. They beautifully express praise to God. Other writings in the Psalms are more disturbing. Causing us to wonder...Can I say that?
A message by Pastor Kelsey Jurkovich entitled: "Grace for Sons and Sinners". In his message Pastor Kelsey teaches from the book of Jonah and parrells Jonah's situation to the Grace that God has provided through Jesus Christ.