Current Message Series

He Comes Among Us: The Incarnation Of Jesus According To Matthew, Mark, Luke and John

At the beginning of each Gospel, the coming of the Son of God in the flesh is described in each author’s varied way.  For them, the “incarnation” (literally “in the flesh”) meant something different to them, all while they are describing the same Jesus.  Why did the authors of the Gospels speak of the coming Jesus in their particular way?  What did it matter to them?  Why does it matter to us?  During the season of Advent, we will be going through a series called “He Comes Among Us”.  During this series, we will be looking at the various ways that the incarnation of the Son of God is described in Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.  We will be unpacking why this description was so meaningful to the Evangelists, and why it continues to be meaningful to His people today… and for the whole world.  As we look forward to celebrating the birth of Jesus at Christmas, this series will help us prepare, focus and celebrate just who this baby is as “He comes among us.” 

11/28-29: He Comes Among Us…as God With Us (Matthew 1:18-25)

12/5-6: He Comes Among Us…as The Mighty One (Mark 1:1-8)

12/12-13: He Comes Among Us…as The Promised King (Luke 1:26-38)

12/19-20: He Comes Among Us…as Light in the Darkness (John 1:1-5, 9-13)