Sermons by “Kim Kira”

God’s Loving Demand (1 John 2:3-6)

The Christ-Centered life has a powerful and persevering love for others that flows from our love for God. Three ways to grow in love: Look to Christ Love Christ Abide in Christ How we abide in Christ We reject sin (1 John 3:6) We rely on the Word as fuel for our faith and love […]

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Letting the Light of God Overwhelm the Darkness of Sin (1 John 1:5 – 2:2)

Key Idea: We must see and fight our sin in light of God and his Gospel I. See your sin in light of God’s holiness In light of God’s holiness we must acknowledge the reality of sin In light of God’s holiness we must acknowledge the gravity of sin II. See your sin in light […]

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Letting Christmas Lead Us to Christ (Luke 2:8-14)

0:00-3:04 – Welcome – Kim Kira 3:05-5:56 – “The Salvation of Christ” – Ryan Narasaki 5:57-19:51 – Testimony – Tafan and Shasta Hong 19:52-22:43 – “The Supremacy of Christ” – Gavin Kajikawa 22:44-28:50 – Testimony – Cindy 28:51-31:54 – “The Faithfulness of Christ” – Kim Kira 31:55-41:37 – Testimony – Phil and Michelle Tsai

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His Poverty, Our Riches (2 Corinthians 8:9)

Key Idea: Grace means that through the poverty of Christ, we become rich. I. We will appreciate Grace when we understand the necessity of it II. We will appreciate Grace when we understand the costliness of it Jesus’ poverty refers to becoming human Jesus’ poverty refers to the cross III. We will appreciate Grace when […]

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A Season for Giving (Part 1): The Joy of Generosity

Gospel grace leads to a joy in generosity I. The Gospel gives us the __ for generosity Remember that giving is normal, expected Christianity. Let giving be a spiritual barometer. If you want to grow in generosity, grow in your walk with God. II. The Gospel gives us a __ of generosity that fuels our […]

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Often Hidden, Always Faithful (Ruth 4:13-22)

We can have peace through the sufferings of life because we know that though God is often hidden, he is always faithful. I. We must remember that though God is often hidden, he is always faithful God often uses the ordinary to do the extraordinary God’s plan is always better II. We can’t let the […]

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