Thursday, July 30, 2015

August 2, 2015 at Dakota Community Church

This Sunday morning at Dakota we welcome the Renaissance Church family who are joining us for the first of two long weekend joint services this summer. DCC will take the lead in word and worship this month and Renaissance will return the honour September long.
My sermon for this Sunday is entitled “The Door” and is another in the “I Am” series in which we are looking into the specific claims Jesus made regaurding who He is and what he came to accomplish. On August 9 Joel will be preaching on “I Am the good shepherd” which is closely related to this weekend’s topic. I hope I don’t cover ALL the good points! (LOL)
Also I just want to remind every one of our Beach day and baptism planned for Monday, August 3 at Grand Beach - come for great day of fun and fellowship. The baptism is scheduled for 1 pm.

Thursday, July 09, 2015

July 12, 2015 at Dakota

This Sunday morning at Dakota we will share communion and continue our summer series on the “I am” statements of Jesus from the Gospel of John.

After feeding his 5,000+ crowd of followers Jesus has to take evasive action to prevent them from taking him by force and declaring him their king. The problem is that they are not so much interested in the dominion of God over their lives as they are in securing an ongoing supply of free bread. 

In order to stem the fervency that is running in opposition to his plans, Jesus culls the crowd by serving up some theology that was just as hard to swallow then as it is today.

I hope you will all join me for what I’m sure will be a wonderful time in the Word of God.

Friday, July 03, 2015

July 5, 2015 at Dakota Community Church

I hope everyone had a wonderful Canada Day and that you are all enjoying the great summer weather.

This Sunday morning at Dakota we are planning to kick off our 2015 eight week summer sermon series on the “I Am” statements of Jesus from the Gospel of John. 

Pastor Dan Van De Laar will get things started with an overview of the topic emphasizing the important truth that Jesus is not half man/half God, but that He has clearly revealed Himself to be the God of the Old Testament, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, fully God and at the same time fully human.

I hope to see you all this Sunday.