Pastor John concludes his teaching series on worship. Message delivered 12/22/2013.
Pastor John continues his examination of worship, and reflects on a visit to a recreation of the Tabernacle in Lancaster, PA, likening the structure of the outer court, inner court and holy-of-holies to our bodies, our souls and our spirits. Message delivered 12/8/13.
The Law as spelled out in Exodus and Leviticus isn’t just some old-fashioned symbolism we can safely ignore, Pastor John Young says as he continues his messages on worship. In this message, he describes the altar of sacrifice within the Tabernacle. It is a shadow of a lot of spiritual realities, but the starkest is this: it represents the confrontation between what we want in our hearts and what God wants for us. Message delivered 11/24/13.
Pastor John continues his series on the Ten Commandments and how they set up the heart for worship. Scripture makes clear that following the law of the commandments won’t save us, but it will help us get rid of the things that don’t belong in our lives and instead fill up with things of the Lord. Message delivered 11/10/13,
An important aspect of worship is to know who it is you’re worshiping, and the character of the one you worship. Pastor John Young examines the Ten Commandments as a guide to worship. Message delivered 10/27/13.
Pastor John Young launched a teaching series on worship after a two-part series on the life of Joseph, who seemed to spend much of his life in miserable circumstances that ended up being exactly the right place to do God’s will. So, from that perspective, he says a significant expression of worship is when we allow God to work in us and not give up. Message delivered 10/20/13.