2020 Preaching Series

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  • It's that time of year again, the time we make our New Years Resolutions. But what if the church made a resolution? What would it look like? What should we focus our goals on? Join us as we break down what we hope 2021 brings to Redwood, and what Redwood brings to 2021. (December 27, 2020)

  • Join us as we celebrate our annual Christmas Eve service! (December 24, 2020)

  • We all enjoy filling out our letters to Santa, even as adults. But rather than asking for things that make life more fun, what if our list instead focused on the promises God has already given us? That's what we're looking at for the next four weeks. (November 29 - December 20, 2020) 

  • In a time when it's so easy to see division in our world, the prayer of Jesus was that the Church would stand united. Throughout history when the church has been united, it has been an incredible force for the Kingdom. In this series, we see how a united church can help unite a country. (November 8-22, 2020)

  • You weren't created to exist in a constant state of anxiety. This new teaching series reminds us that despite the uncertainty of this world and the pressure we place on ourselves, Scripture directs us to release that anxiety to God. 

    (October 11 - November 1, 2020)

  • Each region of the country has a particular twist on the English language, and they all include some subtle wisdom hidden behind unique phrases. Pastor Kurt looks at his home state and shares the biblical principles intertwined with some unfamiliar phrases. (Sep 6 - Oct 4 2020)

  • Everything seems normal... until one day it isn't. Left unchecked, these four attitudes will affect your relationship with God and with others. In this four-part series, we look at how to avoid some potentially devastating behaviors and attitudes. (Aug 9-30, 2020)

  • The Church never closed due to COVID-19, but we did close our doors for 4 months. Now that we can meet again, what should the Church look like in the "new normal?" How can we hold to the Great Commission and Great Commandment moving forward? (June 28 - August 2, 2020)

  • The church is called to make disciples, to look past dividing lines, and find reconciliation in each other because of what Jesus did on the cross. But that unity we have with each other only comes with a commitment to Christ. (April 19 - June 21, 2020).

  • Easter 2020 will be unlike any we've ever seen before. That is not necessarily a bad thing. We don't be meeting together, but that doesn't change the simple and amazing truth - Jesus died on the cross, then walked out of his tomb. Join us this Sunday as we celebrated the resurrection of our King. (April 12, 2020)

  • Wind and Fire are both powerful forces of nature. You can feel their presence, experience their power, and see their aftermath once they’ve passed. It’s no surprise that these elements have been used to paint a brilliant picture of how the Holy Spirit works in our lives. (March 15 - April 5, 2020)

  • God loves us without condition. There is no prerequisite on our parts. He loves us so much he sent his son to die for us. Special guest Lynn Nicholson gives us a lesson on how we can live in the love of Jesus (March 8, 2020).

  • One of the ways we overcome an unhealthy appetite for sin is by feeding ourselves a healthy dose of truth every day from God's Word. Our hunger for something that satisfies our souls can be nourished in the pages of the Bible.  (February 9 - March 1, 2020)

  • We take a week and look at the vision of Redwood for 2020 - making sure we are following the habits of the early church in Acts 2. (February 2, 2020)

  • As we ring in the new year, we set a goal to get a more clear picture of who Jesus really is. In this four-part series, we look at who he was, who he is, and who he is to come. (Jan 5-26, 2020)