Teach Us To Pray

A series making the same request of Jesus his disciples made in Luke 11: “Lord, teach us to pray.” Join us as we walk through the Lord’s Prayer verse by verse and learn together from this model prayer.

Sermons in this series

Teach Us To Pray
July 22, 2018Pastor:Joey Woestman

Sermon Notes

This week we begin a new series making the same request of Jesus his disciples made in Luke 11: “Lord, teach us to pray.” Join us as we walk through the Lord’s Prayer verse by verse and learn together from this model prayer.

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Our Father
July 29, 2018Pastor:John Crocker

Sermon Notes

Jesus gave “The Lord’s Prayer” for God’s children to use in their regular meeting with their Father in heaven. God’s children are those who have received Jesus and believed in his name and have been given the right to become children of God. We focus on the first two words of this most important prayer, “Our Father.” We’ll look at what it means to call God “Our Father” and the implications of this little phrase, which extend far beyond what immediately comes to mind.

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Hallowed Be Your Name
August 5, 2018Pastor:Jeff Schultz

Sermon Notes

In the Bible, a name is more than a collection of syllables – it’s the representation of a person. Why does Jesus invite us to pray first that God would be “hallowed” or revered? What would that look like in our lives? Join us as we continue our study of the Lord’s Prayer with “Hallowed be Your Name.”

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Kingdom Come
August 12, 2018Pastor:Joey Woestman

Sermon Notes

“Your Kingdom Come,” Jesus instructs us to pray. But what exactly are we praying for when we ask that? And how do we live as a people who bear witness to Jesus’ kingship in our own lives; in our jobs, families, schools, finances? Join us for “Your Kingdom Come” from the Lord’s Prayer.

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Your Will Be Done
August 19, 2018Pastor:Joey Woestman

Sermon Notes

In the Garden of Gethsemane Jesus prayed the hardest words he ever prayed: “Nevertheless, not my will, but yours, be done.” When we pray in the Lord’s Prayer “your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven,” we are praying the words Jesus taught us, the words he himself prayed when facing his greatest agony. What might these words and Jesus’ example teach us about the struggle of obedience to God’s will? Join us for “Your Will Be Done” from Matthew 6:10, in the Lord’s Prayer.

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Our Daily Bread
August 26, 2018Pastor:Jeff Schultz

Sermon Notes

After we orient ourselves around God’s goodness, greatness, and purposes in prayer, Jesus encourages us to bring our requests to our heavenly Father (Matthew 6:11). Join us as we learn what it means to pray for “our daily bread” and what that tells us about God and ourselves.

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Forgiven and Forgiving
September 2, 2018Pastor:John Crocker

Sermon Notes

We’re studying the second-to-last request in the Lord’s Prayer: the plea, “forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.” We’ll consider several questions that arise from this request. Are we supposed to ask for forgiveness over and over? Aren’t all my sins forgiven by Jesus already? Where does my sinfulness come from? Join us for “Forgiven & Forgiving” from Matthew 6:12, as we study the forgiveness of God and our forgiveness to others.

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Lead Us & Deliver Us
September 9, 2018Pastor:Nathan Kingsley

Sermon Notes

Lead us not into temptation…deliver us from evil… Why do we pray these words? What is Jesus teaching us from this part of the Lord’s Prayer? We’re almost all the way through our study of the prayer and Jesus now invites us to release our selfish desires to make our own decisions and to trust that our Father will lead and protect us. Join us for “Lead Us & Deliver Us” from the Lord’s Prayer.​

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Kingdom, Power, & Glory
September 16, 2018Pastor:Joey Woestman

Sermon Notes

This week we finish our study of the Lord’s Prayer by looking at a part of the prayer that probably wasn’t included by Jesus. How did “yours is the kingdom, the power, and the glory” get into this prayer? What might these words teach us today? Join us Sunday for “Kingdom, Power, and Glory” from the Lord’s Prayer.

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