Captured

Captured with Transformation

Prepare to be blown away by an astounding moment in both the Old and the New Testaments, as Jesus, in Luke:4-16 fulfills prophecy by unrolling the scroll of Isaiah and reading Chapter 61, verses 1-3, aloud in synagogue. In essence, Jesus Christ is here declaring Himself the Messiah Isaiah spoke about. And what a Messiah... let's be captured by Him! Let's live for Him and His glory! Let's be transformed...

Captured by His Salvation

Today, we rejoin our Captured series with one of the most powerful prophecies in the Old Testament. In Isaiah 53:1-12, we learn through a prophet's vision about the coming Messiah and the incredible, life-giving sacrifice He will give to God's people. We're told about His rejection, His suffering, His death, and ultimately, His satisfaction and His salvation... all for us, even though we are sinners.

Captured by True Newness

Our fickle world is filled with promises of new ʺthingsʺ that will surely make our lives better, more convenient, sweeter and more gratifying. The truth, though, as we see in the words of the prophet Isaiah, is that true newness can only be found in a new Servant, Jesus Christ, who washes us clean of our sin and grants us everlasting life. Let’s dig into Isaiah 42:1-9 and discover true newness!

Captured by the Hope of Glory

We're excited today to introduce the first message in an awesome new series entitled Captured! Let's dig deeper into the words of the prophet Isaiah, who, despite being surrounded by darkness, gloom and fear, had such faith in the coming Messiah that he never gave up hope. As believers, we need to find ourselves in that place when we're tempted to lose faith. Remember, "of His increase there will be no end..."

Captured by the Hope of Glory

We’re excited today to introduce the first message in an awesome new series entitled Captured! Let’s dig deeper into the words of the prophet Isaiah, who, despite being surrounded by darkness, gloom and fear, had such faith in the coming Messiah that he never gave up hope. As believers, we need to find ourselves in that place when we’re tempted to lose faith. Remember, ʺof His increase there will be no end…