Sermons In This Series
[Luke 24:36-53] What do we need to understand in order to live out our calling as “the church?”
Luke 24:13-35 describes how two disciples journey to faith in the risen Jesus.
Luke 23:50-24:12 describes how Jesus was buried on Friday, but rose from the dead on Sunday!
[Luke 23:26-49] What does Jesus’ crucifixion reveal about his Kingship?
Luke 22:66-23:25 describes how Jesus was tried and sentenced to death by crucifixion.
Guest Speaker: Dan Moose
Luke 22:39-53 describes Jesus’ prayer and arrest on the Mount of Olives.
[Luke 22:24-38] What sort of path is Jesus leading his disciples on?
Luke 22:7-23 describes Jesus’ last supper with his disciples before his crucifixion.
Luke 22:1-6 describes the tragic account of Judas’ plan to betray Jesus.
In Luke 21:5-38 Jesus teaches his disciples how to live in light of the destruction of Jerusalem and the coming of the Son of Man.
In Luke 20:41-21:4 Jesus asks about the identity of “the Christ” and then challenges his disciples how to live in response.
In Luke 20:27-40 Jesus responds to a question about resurrection designed to entrap him.
In Luke 20:19-26 Jesus responds to a controversial question about paying taxes to Caesar.
In Luke 20:9-18 Jesus tells a parable about wicked tenants of a vineyard in order to warn Israel about rejecting him.
In Luke 19:45-20:8 Jesus’ divine authority is both demonstrated and challenged.
Luke 19:28-44 describes Jesus as the Messiah and King who is worthy of worship.
In Luke 19:11-27 Jesus tells a parable to illustrate the necessity of faithful stewardship until his future return.
In Luke 19:1-10 we see how Jesus’ encounter with a man named Zacchaeus illustrates his mission to seek and save lost people.
Luke 18:31-43 describes the disciples’ blindness and Jesus’ healing of a blind man.
In Luke 18:18-30 Jesus’ encounter with a rich ruler reveals how a person can gain eternal life.
[Luke 18:15-17] Why is Children’s Ministry a vital part of our mission at Antioch Community Church?
In Luke 18:9-14 Jesus tells a parable about a Pharisee and tax collector to illustrate two very different ways to approach God.
In Luke 18:1-8 Jesus urges his disciples to pray persistently for God to bring justice to his people.
In Luke 17:20-37 Jesus teaches about the coming of God’s kingdom upon the earth.
[Luke 17:11-19] Will I allow Jesus to clean my heart and remove the years of sin and filth?
Speaker: Nate Krampe
[Luke 17:1-10] How does Jesus tell us to live together as disciples in community?
[Luke 16:19-31] How can you possibly reconcile the concept of judgement in Hell with the idea of a loving God?
Speaker: Tim Mogck
In Luke 16:14-18 Jesus rebukes the self-righteous Pharisees and explains that his teaching about money is in line with the Scriptures.
In Luke 16:1-13 Jesus tells a parable about a dishonest manager in order to teach his disciples about wise stewardship.
In Luke 15:11-32, Jesus tells a parable about a gracious father and his two lost sons.
[Luke 15:1-10] Jesus wants us to embrace God’s heart for people.
In Luke 14:25-35 Jesus explains the high cost of following him as a disciple.
In Luke 14:15-24 Jesus tells a parable of a great banquet to explain who will be included in God’s kingdom.
[Luke 14:1-14] What are the traits Jesus wants in his followers?
[Luke 13:22-35] How can a person enter into the kingdom of God?
In Luke 13:10-21 the healing of a disabled woman on the Sabbath illustrates what Jesus’ kingdom is all about.
In Luke 13:1-9 Jesus urges the crowd to respond to him through the spiritual fruit of repentance.
[Luke 12:49-59] In Luke 12:49-59 Jesus explains the great crisis that his coming creates.
[Luke 12:35-48] How can we grow as disciples of Jesus Christ who are waiting for the return of our Master?
[Luke 12:22-34] In order to grow in a life of gospel generosity, we must fight our tendency to worry about material things.
In Luke 12:13-21 Jesus uses a family dispute as an opportunity to warn his disciples about the dangers of greed and materialism.
Luke 12:1-13 describes how disciples should be characterized by fear and fearlessness as they represent Jesus in this world.
In Luke 11:37-54 Jesus responds to Jewish religious leaders with a blistering rebuke of their religiosity.
Luke 11:14-36 describes Jesus’ power over spiritual darkness and his ability to bring those who properly respond to him into the spiritual light.
In Luke 11:1-13 Jesus teaches his disciples how to grow as people of prayer.
In Luke 10:38-42 Jesus’ meal with two sisters creates an opportunity to teach about the priorities in a disciple’s life.
[Luke 10:25-37] Jesus calls us to show love and compassion to all people, including those we’d rather not love.
[Luke 10:1-24] Jesus is Boss
[Luke 9:51-62] What does Jesus demand of everyone who follows him on the costly road of discipleship?
[Luke 9:37-50] Jesus demonstrates his majesty as the Son of God by meeting us in and rescuing us from the messiness of our lives.
[Luke 9:18-36] What essential information does Jesus want us to know about the journey of discipleship?
[Luke 9:18-36] In an ocean of confusion all around us, we’ve been given true testimony to anchor our conclusions about Jesus’ identity.
Luke 9:1-17 describes how Jesus, through his power and authority, supplies everything necessary for the mission he entrusts to his disciples.
Luke 8:40-56 shows how Jesus is Lord over disease and even death.
Luke 8:22-39 describes the divine power Jesus possesses over the powers of darkness in this world.
Luke 8:1-20 presents several illustrations to explain how disciples of Jesus should respond to the word of God.
Luke 7:36-50 describes how Jesus has the power to forgive the sins of anyone who responds to him in faith.
[Luke 7:18-35] As he highlights John the Baptist’s important role in God’s purposes, Jesus urges people to respond properly to who he is as God’s Messiah.
Luke 7:11-17 describes Jesus raising a widow’s son from the dead and the response of those who witnessed this miracle.
Luke 7:1-10 describes Jesus’ authoritative power to heal, while also highlighting the humble faith of a Roman centurion.
[Luke 6:43-49] What kind of disciples of Jesus will transform a church, a city, and a world?
In Luke 6:37-42 Jesus gives instructions to his followers about judging others.
[Luke 6:27-36] Jesus calls all disciples who follow after him to a revolutionary love for their enemies.
[Luke 6:12-26] Adopting Jesus’ perspective toward discipleship should cause us to rejoice in the realities associated with God’s kingdom.
Luke 6:1-11 describes the authority and power of Jesus as Lord over the Sabbath.
Luke 5:27-39 describes Jesus’ mission to call sinful people to follow him as disciples, even if that leads to criticism and controversy.
Luke 5:12-26 describes Jesus’ power to cleanse people physically and spiritually.
In Luke 5:1-11 Jesus calls his first disciples to a life of following him.
In Luke 4:31-44 Jesus demonstrates his power and authority by setting people free from sickness and demon possession.
In Luke 4:14-30 Jesus announces his mission as God’s promised Messiah and experiences hostile rejection in his hometown of Nazareth.
Luke 4:1-13 describes Jesus as the victorious Son of God who overcame the temptations from the Devil.
In Luke 3:21-38 Jesus is declared to be the “Son of God” at his baptism and through his family tree.
Luke 3:1-20 describes how John the Baptist prepared the way for the ministry of Jesus Christ.
Living a life that is growing in maturity.
Luke 2:22-38 describes how two expectant Israelites, Simeon and Anna, testify to God’s gift of salvation in Jesus Christ.
[Luke 2:1-20] Our greatest gift this Christmas is Jesus being sent as the Savior of the world.
Luke 1:57-80 reminds us that we can celebrate this Christmas because God’s promised salvation has come.
[Luke 1:26-56] The One Worthy of a Song
[Luke 1:5-25] In Luke 1:5-25 God prepares the way for his salvation by announcing the future birth of John the Baptist.