Have you ever wondered what’s in a name? Maybe you have wondered about praying in the name of Jesus or how you might use Jesus name as a believer. In this new December sermon series, Dr. Anderson will teach us about the name(s) of Jesus as he taught the disciples about the power of His name. In addition, learn how the prophetic names of Jesus were given before He was even born to bring hope to all humankind.

Sunday December 12, 2021: His Mighty Name – Dr. David Anderson

What is in a name? When we say, “In the Name of Jesus” , what does that actually mean? How can we stand in Jesus’s name to claim His authority as we walk the earth? In this sermon, Dr. Anderson will teach why the mighty name of Jesus is powerful to understand and leverage as mature & mighty disciples of Christ.

Sunday December 19, 2021: His Manifested Name – Dr. David Anderson

The Jewish prophet, Isaiah, prophesied (Isaiah 9:6) that the Messiah would be called Wonderful counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of peace. What is it about Jesus, the Messiah, that would encapsulate all of these great names? Is it possible that God gave us Jesus so that whatever aspect of God we need manifested in our lives would come to pass as we mature in Christ? When we invite Jesus into our lives, do we not get all of God? Yet every aspect of who God is may not be manifested if we do not pursue all of Him. In this sermon, Dr. Anderson will teach us how God manifests who He is in our lives as our Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace as we mature in Christ.

Sunday December 26, 2021: His Miraculous Name – Dr. David Anderson

Isaiah 7:14 & Matthew 1:23 tell us that the newborn baby Jesus would also be called Emmanuel,  which means “God with us”. The miracle of God incarnating himself to be “with” humans in their frailty and sinful state had be driven by a painful love that would not let the magnanimous sacrifice pass Him by. The mystery of God becoming flesh demonstrates just how much God wanted, and still wants, an intimate relationship with us. In this sermon, Dr. Anderson will explore the “with-ness” of God.