Sep 27, 2020
Luke 10:1-15 “Values: Holy Spirit Power”
Thoughts for Reflection: We continue to unpack our Mission Framework. This is the “what,” “why,” and “how” of our God-given identity as a church. HCC exists to connect people to Christ and community. This mission statement, the “what” is driven by the key values, the “why,” that we uphold as a church. We are spending the next few weeks talking about these specific values: Absolute Truth, Holy Spirit Power, Lifelong Growth, and Connecting Community. Hopkins Community Church values Holy Spirit Power. As individuals and as a church, we have a growing desire to be led by the Holy Spirit, and to experience the power of the Holy Spirit. We live out our value of Holy Spirit Power by cultivating an ever-increasing desire to more deeply experience the power of the Holy Spirit, teaching people to grow in their ability to recognize and follow the Spirit’s movements, and equipping people to grow in praying in accordance with the Holy Spirit’s leading. Questions to take home: On a scale of 1 to 10, how true is this statement for you: “Prayer is a high priority, and in times of prayer I feel closely connected to God.” On a scale of 1 to 10, how true is this statement for you: “I am increasingly tuned in to the Holy Spirit’s leading, and am obedient to follow.” On a scale of 1 to 10, how true is this statement for you: “I have a solid grasp of my spiritual gifts and am actively using my gifts.” Prayerfully consider these questions and the results you have places. Are they where you hope they would be? How could you move toward improving these numbers in the coming month?
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  • Sep 27, 2020Luke 10:1-15 “Values: Holy Spirit Power”
    Sep 27, 2020
    Luke 10:1-15 “Values: Holy Spirit Power”
    Thoughts for Reflection: We continue to unpack our Mission Framework. This is the “what,” “why,” and “how” of our God-given identity as a church. HCC exists to connect people to Christ and community. This mission statement, the “what” is driven by the key values, the “why,” that we uphold as a church. We are spending the next few weeks talking about these specific values: Absolute Truth, Holy Spirit Power, Lifelong Growth, and Connecting Community. Hopkins Community Church values Holy Spirit Power. As individuals and as a church, we have a growing desire to be led by the Holy Spirit, and to experience the power of the Holy Spirit. We live out our value of Holy Spirit Power by cultivating an ever-increasing desire to more deeply experience the power of the Holy Spirit, teaching people to grow in their ability to recognize and follow the Spirit’s movements, and equipping people to grow in praying in accordance with the Holy Spirit’s leading. Questions to take home: On a scale of 1 to 10, how true is this statement for you: “Prayer is a high priority, and in times of prayer I feel closely connected to God.” On a scale of 1 to 10, how true is this statement for you: “I am increasingly tuned in to the Holy Spirit’s leading, and am obedient to follow.” On a scale of 1 to 10, how true is this statement for you: “I have a solid grasp of my spiritual gifts and am actively using my gifts.” Prayerfully consider these questions and the results you have places. Are they where you hope they would be? How could you move toward improving these numbers in the coming month?
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    Aug 23, 2020
    Revelation 12 “Epic Spiritual Battle: The War of the Ages”
    Message from August 23, 2020
    Pastor Jim Harrison preaching
  • Jul 26, 2020Revelation 8:1-5 “Prayers Before the Throne”
    Jul 26, 2020
    Revelation 8:1-5 “Prayers Before the Throne”
    Message from July 26, 2020
    Pastor Jim Harrison Preaching
  • Jun 28, 2020Revelation 5 – “A Lamb, A Scroll, and a Lot of Worship”
    Jun 28, 2020
    Revelation 5 – “A Lamb, A Scroll, and a Lot of Worship”
    Sermon from June 28, 2020.
     
    Pastor Jim Harrison Preaching.
  • May 24, 2020Hebrews 4:14-16 “How to Pray Boldly”
    May 24, 2020
    Hebrews 4:14-16 “How to Pray Boldly”
  • Apr 26, 2020Matthew 4:1-11 “Praying in Times of Crisis”
    Apr 26, 2020
    Matthew 4:1-11 “Praying in Times of Crisis”
    Drive-in Church, April 26, 2020.
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    Mar 29, 2020
    John 14-16 “Empowered for Ministry”
    Worship Resources: Pastor Jim’s Previous Message on the Holy Spirit: https://youtu.be/p-Opm1vJMuI Prayer of Repentance & Invitation: https://www.hopkinscommunitychurch.net/prayer-of-repentance-invitation-application/ HCC Giving Page: https://www.hopkinscommunitychurch.net/giving/   Suggested Worship Music: Holy Spirit: https://youtu.be/eFByOX8Fb0M Psalm 63:1-8 Same Power: https://youtu.be/InsifiZxVXU Christ our Hope in Life and Death: https://youtu.be/OibIi1rz7mw There is a Redeemer: https://youtu.be/_68nZLDjdYY Scripture: John 14 – 16 Message: “Empowered for Ministry” Suggested Special Music – “And the Gift Goes On” by Sandi Patti: https://youtu.be/xOO6wbua2Uk Change My Heart Oh God: https://youtu.be/IlSmG-_eJTU Build Your Kingdom Here: https://youtu.be/YcSWpVKKMcs
  • Feb 23, 2020Acts 1:1-11 “Wait and Pray”
    Feb 23, 2020
    Acts 1:1-11 “Wait and Pray”
    Guest Preaching: Pastor Jim Harrison
  • Dec 29, 2019Matthew 25:1-13 “Praying for 20/20 Vision”
    Dec 29, 2019
    Matthew 25:1-13 “Praying for 20/20 Vision”
    Series: Prayer
    Pastor Jim Harrison - Guest Preaching
  • Oct 20, 2019Luke 11:1-4 “Lord, Teach us to Pray!”
    Oct 20, 2019
    Luke 11:1-4 “Lord, Teach us to Pray!”
    Series: Prayer
    Introduction A. Why We Pray 1. God’s appointed way of ________________ all we need from Him – Lk. 11:9-10 2. Prayer is the key way we relate to God:  ACTS = Adoration / Confession / Thanksgiving / Supplication  PUSH = Pray Until Something Happens!  PRAY = P R A Y 3. Prayer is important for our spiritual…_ B. Jesus’ Disciples Ask Him How to Pray 1. “Lord, teach us to pray” – Luke 11:1 2. Jesus gave them what we now refer to as ‘The Lord’s Prayer’ 3. Exposing our Evangelical bias – Brian Zahnd, Water to Wine C. Application: Learning to Pray Well 1. Follow the lead of the earliest church – Acts 2:42 (ESV) 2. Learn to ‘pray through’ the Scriptures 3. Challenged by the Muslim adhan (Call to Prayer) 4. Growing in our own prayer life
  • Feb 24, 2019Luke 18:1-8 “PUSH: Pray Until Something Happens”
    Feb 24, 2019
    Luke 18:1-8 “PUSH: Pray Until Something Happens”
    Series: (All)