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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.

September 28, 2016 08:28 AM PDT

September 18, 2016 Matthew 10:9-23 Reverend Murray Lee Matthew introduces us to Jesus in chapters one through four of his Gospel. In chapters five through seven, we hear Jesus teach; in eight and nine, we witness His miracles. In chapter 10, our attention is turned toward the people of God living life as mission--living in light of who Jesus is, what He says, and what He does. Last week, I asked you to pray, considering how you might model Jesus’ ministry in place, in message, and in deeds of mercy. We live life as mission in Birmingham, for the sake of others, because the Gospel changes everything. Before we are sent out, there are a few things we need to know about ministry. Jesus tells us that we must know the cost of discipleship.

September 28, 2016 08:26 AM PDT

September 11, 2016
Matthew 9:36-10:10
Reverend Murray Lee

A new chapter is starting right now at Cahaba Park. As we see the Lord building this church, we are reminded in Scripture that we do not exist for ourselves but to be a blessing to others. At Cahaba Park, our desire is to be a church for Birmingham. As you, the people of God, live your life as mission–in the ways you conduct business deals, study for class, relate to your neighbors–you are making Birmingham a better place. God is redeeming the city for Himself through your obedience to live your life missionally. Over the next nine weeks, I am asking you to join me in praying this prayer: “How should I live my life as mission so that You will use it to Redeem Birmingham for Yourself?” On the ninth week, we, as a congregation, will write down those specific areas to which we believe God is calling us. That is just the beginning. This is a new chapter at Cahaba Park, and those areas of life will be the launching point for a new vision for our lives, new relationships in the city, new leaders emerging, new churches planted, and a new Birmingham!

September 28, 2016 08:25 AM PDT

September 4, 2016
Genesis 38:1-30
Reverend Justin Pillsbury

Is it possible for someone to be beyond the reach of God’s grace? Is it possible for a life of sin to be so bad that even Jesus’ death on the cross cannot overcome it? While most will say, “No, there is no sin beyond the reach of God’s grace,” still we may doubt God’s ability to change certain hearts. The life of Judah is an ever-present reminder that no one is beyond the reach of God’s grace. God is sovereign over the wildest of rebel hearts.

September 28, 2016 08:23 AM PDT

August 28, 2016
Proverbs 31:10-31
Reverend Murray Lee

We began our study of the book of Proverbs with this central verse: “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction” (Proverbs 1:7). We end our study of Proverbs by meeting a woman who fears the Lord. Because of her fear of the Lord, her life is blessed. Her wisdom is shown by the growth of her skill in the art of godly living. We must learn to celebrate, honor, and praise the women in our lives, for they are above all daughters of the King.

September 28, 2016 08:22 AM PDT

August 21, 2016
Proverbs 29:19;17:4; 10:21; 11:9; 12:18; 15:1-4 ESV
Reverend Murray Lee

How are we to use our words? The Bible tells us that when Christians speak, our words communicate the Lord's words; we are representing Him either well or poorly. When we speak words truthfully in love, we model the Lord’s own speech to His people. When we speak harshly or condescendingly, we are a poor imitation of our Lord. The book of Proverbs calls us to model the Lord in our use of words.

September 28, 2016 08:21 AM PDT

August 14, 2016
Proverbs 6:6-11; 26:13-16
Reverend Murray Lee

The book of Proverbs offers us a unique glimpse into what it means to model God in His work. The sluggard, a character who is hopelessly lazy and hinged to his bed, is afraid to work. As a result, minute-by-minute, ever so slowly, opportunity passes him by, and suddenly, ruin has come upon him. We can learn much about our lives, and the life of the sluggard painted by Proverbs chapters 6 and 26, as we seek to model God in His work.

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