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Jan 20, 2019
Ridiculous Hospitality
Ridiculous Hospitality
 
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  • Jan 20, 2019Ridiculous Hospitality
    Jan 20, 2019
    Ridiculous Hospitality
    Ridiculous Hospitality
     
  • Jan 13, 2019Compassionate Generosity
    Jan 13, 2019
    Compassionate Generosity
    As we continue to go through our core values, we want you to consider "the endowment effect." The endowment effect suggests people place a greater value on things once they establish ownership. It could range from a collectors items to the house we own. And yet, we know we can't take any of our stuff with us when we die. So how do we live out a Biblical perspective about our time and possessions. We are called to bless others as we have been blessed. God's provision is meant to be shared. 
  • Jan 6, 2019Transforming Grace
    Jan 6, 2019
    Transforming Grace
    As we begin a new year we also begin a new message series: We Are Harvest Chapel. We will spend time reflecting who we are, what is the heartbeat, or another way of saying it -- our core values. Today we zoom in on Transforming Grace. 
  • Dec 30, 2018The Legacy of Christmas
    Dec 30, 2018
    The Legacy of Christmas
    We are shaped by the people in our family who go before us. Our parents, grandparents, our great-grandparents all influence who we are today. Our personality, our preferences, our mannerisms, the sports teams we love, the music we listen to, the kind of food we cook -- all bear the marks of those in our family who have gone before us. And the women in Jesus' genealogy all left a particular mark...Uriah's wife. We know her as Bathsheba. It's a messy story one that again, we find surprising she is listed in Jesus' family. Yet, it is a reminder that what went before us isn't as important as what we leave behind. 
  • Dec 24, 2018Just Say Yes — Christmas Eve 2018
    Dec 24, 2018
    Just Say Yes — Christmas Eve 2018
    Christmas Eve at Harvest Chapel 2018. We focus on Jesus' family tree, more specifically, his mother Mary. There's a great line in Luke when the angels visit Mary. Her reply, “I am the Lord’s servant, may your word to me be fulfilled.” Essentially, Mary said, "yes" to the plan of God. This Christmas, what do you need to say "yes" to?
  • Dec 23, 2018Grafted Into Jesus’ Family Tree
    Dec 23, 2018
    Grafted Into Jesus’ Family Tree
    Matthew starts with a genealogy. Something straight out of ancestry.com . A genealogy. A long list of names of Jesus' grandfathers...and some grandmas mixed in for good measure. Matthew recognized that the Good News of God's salvation born in Bethlehem to Mary and Joseph didn't actually begin with them. Nor did it start with the prophets. The story begin much earlier with God's promise to bless one family that would then in turn bless the whole world. So today, we look at a love story of Ruth, Naomi and Boaz.  
  • Dec 9, 2018Ghost of Christmas Past
    Dec 9, 2018
    Ghost of Christmas Past
    This Advent we prepare our hearts for Christmas with a series of messages on Jesus' family tree we lovingly called The CHRISTmas Tree. And the family tree laid the foundation for Jesus. But not all of Jesus' aunts and uncles were the most proper, well-put together people we would imagine. Rehab, the prostitute, living in Jericho for instance would be one we would not think would make the list. And yet, there she is in Matthew's genealogy. Her story is one of grace and that God can use anyone -- yes even a prostitute. 
  • Dec 2, 2018Knots in the Family Tree
    Dec 2, 2018
    Knots in the Family Tree
    We all have some "characters" in our family. Maybe some, have done research on your family tree through ancestry.com or other website like it. You may have found interesting facts or history in your family line. This Christmas, we are looking at Jesus' family tree. He, too, had some "characters" in his family tree. Instead of just overlooking the genealogies of the Bible, like the one presented in Matthew 1, you'll find interesting history as you read. What's even more fascinating is there is mentioned four women. Today, we look at Tamar's story, and a story of how God has a plan proven to be bigger than our past.  
  • Nov 25, 2018God is For Good News
    Nov 25, 2018
    God is For Good News
    Good news is meant to be shared. Even if it has been shared before. Such as a pregnancy, a job promotion, or buying a new house. So the fact that God is for us -- this is good news. We have the privilege and responsibility to carry the greatest news to the world around us.
  • Nov 18, 2018God Is For Our Neighbors
    Nov 18, 2018
    God Is For Our Neighbors
    It's possible to be right...and still be wrong? You can win the argument and still lose. You can hold the right opinion, hold the right view, believe the right thing...and still be wrong. Because how we act toward those around us, how we treat those who may not see eye to eye with us, how we care for our neighbors...those things matter. After all, God is for ALL of us.  How we apply this idea, is also the same situation Paul was dealing with in his letter to the church. The church was divided on many issues and yet Paul spelled out who God was for...ALL!