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November 28, 2016 09:05 AM PST

November 27, 2016
Genesis 1:26-2:3
Reverend Murray Lee

Honor the Creator.

November 21, 2016 10:01 AM PST

November 20, 2016
Acts 2:42-47
Reverend Murray Lee

This week, after finishing the first part of our Redeem BHM series, and before Advent begins, is a good time to remember Cahaba Park's vision. Cahaba Park Church exists to glorify God by establishing a covenant community in Birmingham, AL, and equipping them to spread the Gospel, in word and deed, in Birmingham and to the ends of the earth. As we seek to be a Biblical church, we learn in Acts 2:42-47 that a Christ-honoring church must pursue four things: teaching the Word of God; fellowship with one another; missions, for the people and their city; and prayer.

November 13, 2016 12:06 PM PST

November 13, 2016
Matthew 13:31-35, 44-52
Reverend Murray Lee

The disciples have journeyed with Jesus for a year and a half. They have seen Him do great things: healing the sick, lame, and blind; teaching crowds; and gathering followers. They also see and are confused by the religious establishment seeking to harm Him. We imagine that the disciples might ask questions such as, Why did we leave our jobs? Why are we doing all of this? Is there any hope? Is it all worth it? Jesus knows the wonderings of their hearts and ours and so He tells us these parables to describe the hope we have in Him.

November 07, 2016 10:35 AM PST

November 6, 2016
Matthew 13:1-9
Reverend Murray Lee

Would you like to bear fruit in your life? Jesus alone produces fruit in His people. The Bible in Matthew 13:1-9 tells us that there are four types of listeners to His Word: the hard soil or deaf listeners, the rocky soil or shallow listeners, the thorny soil or distracted listeners, and the good soil who are fruitful listeners. What kind of soil represents you? Would you like to bear fruit?

October 30, 2016 11:53 AM PDT

October 30, 2016
Matthew 12:15-21
Reverend Murray Lee

As we pray about how we might live our life as mission so that God would use it to redeem Birmingham for himself, we might be tempted to think it’s all up to us. We are tempted to think that we are the hero of the story, that we are the one responsible to change Birmingham for Christ. But Jesus confronts us with the truth that He is the only hope for the world.

October 27, 2016 06:36 AM PDT

October 23, 2016
Jeremiah 29:4-14
Guest Speaker: Reverend Tom Franklin, RUF Minister at Birmingham-Southern College

I. Move in

II. Represent God's Kingdom

III. Hope in God

October 16, 2016 11:15 AM PDT

October 16, 2016
Matthew 11:25-30
Reverend Murray Lee

When we rest in Jesus, we are yoked to Him, and He lifts the load off of us. He lifts the load of guilt over past sins, of pretending to be someone we’re not, of responding immediately to emails and text messages, and even of projecting an image of who people expect us to be. When we rest in Him, we are able to see our life as mission because Jesus lifts off the load of everything except who He has called us to be.

October 10, 2016 09:25 AM PDT

October 9, 2016
Matthew 11:1-24
Reverend Murray Lee

If John the Baptist, the greatest man who ever lived, had doubts about his calling and about who Jesus was, it is ok for us to have doubts, too. The question is, where do we take our doubts? Jesus demonstrates that we must take our doubts to Him. His mercies invites us, fortify us, and reclaims us for our good and His glory

October 03, 2016 06:33 PM PDT

October 2, 2016
Matthew 10:34-42
Reverend Murray Lee

Jesus finishes His teaching of living life as mission at the end of chapter 10. Discipleship is costly, but Christ assures His disciples they have nothing to fear. As He concludes his teaching, He says some perplexing things-- things we don’t expect to come out of our Savior’s mouth. What are we to do with the question that hangs so heavily upon the air? Is living life as mission really worth it?

September 28, 2016 08:29 AM PDT

September 25, 2016
Matthew 10:24-33
Reverend Murray Lee

A new chapter has begun at Cahaba Park. We want to be a church that exists for the good of Birmingham to the glory of Christ. As a church, we are praying and asking God where and how He would have us live our lives as mission. To prepare for this, we are equipping ourselves with God’s Word by studying a section of Matthew in which Jesus is equipping His disciples for a similar purpose. Two weeks ago, we learned what it means to live missionally. Last week, we heard Jesus' warning about the cost of discipleship. This week, Jesus tells us that as we consider the cost of life as mission, we need not fear.

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