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To Live as One for the Sake of the World

The church is called to live as one for the sake of the world. As Archbishop William Temple once said, “The church is the only organization that exists for the...



A Unified Church in Divided Days

June 6, 2021 A standalone sermon from Pastor Matt Erickson of Eastbrook Church on the divisions in our world, culture, and church today and an exhortation from Ephesians on how...



God is One: Monotheism and the Triune God

October 25, 2020 This message will explore the unity of God as Trinity, which is at the heart of our faith and any understanding of unity. Subthemes will include the...



A Crash Course in God’s Blessing

June 1/2, 2019 Ephesians 1:14 Paul works through the ways that God has blessed “with every spiritual blessing in Christ” (1:3). In and around his summary of redemption, adoption, and...



Prince of Peace

January 19/20, 2019 Passages: Isaiah 9:6; John 14:27; Matthew 11:28-30; Romans 5:1; Ephesians 2:14-18 This weekend we will explore what it means that Isaiah speaks about the Messiah as “the Prince...



A Multi-Ethnic, Kingdom-Oriented Community

September 8/9, 2018 The church as a multi-ethnic, Kingdom-oriented community is central to the gospel of Jesus Christ. What does it mean to move beyond the frameworks of divisive thinking,...



Unity

December 9/10, 2017 Unity is good and pleasant and can only come from God. Psalm 133 is an exploration of why unity within the community is essential to the journey...



Faith and Grace

October 28/29, 2017 A sermon from Senior Pastor Matt Erickson as a part of Eastbrook Church’s commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with a weekend focused on two...