Spring 2013 Isaiah wo website

During the Spring 2014 semester we preached through key passages in the book of Isaiah. We hope that our time in this book will awaken us to three things: 1)judgment as the consequence of sin; 2) repentance as the proper response; and 3) restoration as the promise of future blessing. In short, if ever we could speak of a “gospel” in the Old Testament, Isaiah would likely be it. Please join us Monday nights at 9pm for Christ-centered worship, preaching, fellowship, and community.


Spring 2014 Sermon Schedule

January 20–Introduction to Isaiah–Isaiah 1-2 (Kyle Rapinchuk)

January 27–“Called to Faithfulness”–Isaiah 6 (Mark Rapinchuk)

February 3–“Called to Trust”–Isaiah 7 (Jay Todd)

February 10-“And He Shall Be Called”–Isaiah 9 (Jay Todd)

February 17–“Jesus Christ: Cornerstone or Stumbling Block?”–Isaiah 28 (Kyle Rapinchuk)

February 24–“Trusting in Word or the Power of God?”–Isaiah 36-39 (Kyle Rapinchuk)

March 3–“Capturing the Greatness of God”–Isaiah 40 (Jeremy Thomas)

March 10-“Jesus is Bigger and Better”–Isaiah 42 (Mark Miller)

March 17–Isaiah 49 Scripture Reading and Worship

March 24–Spring Break; No BSU Gather

March 31–“Seeing the Gospel Clearly”–Isaiah 53 (Jeremy Thomas)

April 7–“Called to Repentance”–Isaiah 55 (Kyle Rapinchuk)

April 14–“Life in the sun/Son: Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Like Jesus Did”–Isaiah 61 (Phillip Shuford)

April 21–“Celebration of the New Creation”–Isaiah 65 (Kyle Rapinchuk)

April 28–“Cabbage Hat Christians?”–Isaiah 66 (Kyle Rapinchuk)