by admin | 12 Apr 2020
This Resurrection Sunday is a most unusual one, with hundreds of millions of Christians across the world unable to gather together in their usual assemblies to celebrate the resurrection. Many church buildings this year will be as empty as Jesus’ tomb. However, this Resurrection Sunday can be a profoundly memorable one for those who experience in a deeply personal way the power of the resurrection.
Scripture References: Acts 4:32-37
The sermons in this series form part of the annual Easter weekend services.
|The Olivet Discourse: An Overview (Matthew 24:1–28)||Doug Van Meter||7 Dec 2003||Listen|
|Apocalypse Then (Matthew 24:4–14)||Doug Van Meter||14 Dec 2003||Listen|
|Great Tribulation (Matthew 24:15–21)||Doug Van Meter||18 Jan 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation II (Matthew 24:22–28)||Doug Van Meter||25 Jan 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation III (Matthew 24:29–30)||Doug Van Meter||1 Feb 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation IV (Matthew 24:31–35)||Doug Van Meter||1 Feb 2004||Listen|
|Whose World Is It Anyway? (Matthew 24:30)||Doug Van Meter||8 Feb 2004||Listen|
|The Certainty of Christ's Coming (Matthew 24:36–51)||Doug Van Meter||15 Feb 2004||Listen|
|Introducing Revelation (Revelation 1:1)||Doug Van Meter||28 Nov 2004||Listen|
|Revelation: The Prologue (Revelation 1:1-3)||Doug Van Meter||5 Dec 2004||Listen|