Following a prepared path (Luke 7:18-35)

John the Baptist sends a question to Jesus that many of us ask as well: is Jesus the Christ? Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches us how we might find comfort and confidence in Jesus' answer.

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The Lord's Supper: how is it? (1 Cor. 11:23-34)

In this final message of the series on the Lord's Supper, pastor Ed Eubanks considers how we are to prepare for and approach the sacrament in a worthy manner.

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The Lord's Supper: when is it? (Acts 2:42-47)

Continuing this brief series on the sacrament of Lord's Supper, Pastor Ed Eubanks this week answers the question "when is it?"

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The Lord's Supper: What Is It? (Matthew 26:26-30)

Pastor Ed Eubanks begins a new series on the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, this time asking "what is it?"

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Hope that is real (Proverbs 18:14; 1 Peter 3:15)

Bruce Farrant (Native American/First Nations Ministries Coordinator with Mission to North America) opens the Word to talk about how we are given hope in Christ.

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Dealing with Our Own Faith (Luke 6:43-49)

Can someone be confident in their own faith? This week, pastor Ed Eubanks looks at how Jesus himself tells his followers that they can find assurance of faith.

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Dealing with Others' Faith (Luke 6:37-42)

How do we understand the faith and discipleship of others? How do we recognize our own sin and discipleship? In this message, Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches about the spiritual vision that Jesus discusses in Luke's sermon on the plain.

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Love for others (Luke 6:27-38)

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Blessing and Woe (Luke 6:17-26)

Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches on the first section of the Sermon on the Plain, where Jesus pronounces blessings and woes.

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New Community Leadership (Luke 6:11-16)

What sort of leadership does Christ select for his new community? What does his choice show us as a model for community? Pastor Ed Eubanks looks at the calling of the apostles to see what Christ envisioned.

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Lord of the Sabbath (Luke 6:1-11)

Is the sabbath a time of restriction or a time of freedom? Pastor Ed Eubanks takes us to Luke to hear how Jesus discussed the sabbath with his detractors.

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Who's praying for you? (Hebrews 7:11-28)

Visiting preacher Justin Westmoreland teaches us from Hebrews about how Jesus Christ is interceding for us.

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Wandering souls (James 5:19-20)

Pastor Ed Eubanks opens this text in James to talk about the ministry of restoring those who wander from the faith, and how we are called to engage in such restoration.

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A call to sinners (Luke 5:27-39)

What does it look like to respond to the call of Jesus? Pastor Ed Eubanks takes us to the call of Levi and the teachings following it to learn about how the Lord calls sinners to respond.

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A gospel for outcasts (Luke 5:12-16)

Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches us that the healing that comes from Jesus doesn’t simply restore our bodies, but also our souls.

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Our Humbling Calling (Luke 5:1-11)

How big is the gospel? Ed Eubanks looks at Luke 5:1-11 and sees that Jesus shows Simon, his friends, and us just how big the gospel really is.

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Suffering AND glory? (Romans 5:1-11)

How do we understand suffering in light of the cross? Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches us how the cross changes our understanding of suffering.


The cross enables us to love our enemies (Matthew 5:43-48)

How do we love those who disagree with us, who are our enemies? Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches us of that in this message.

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Self-denial and self-affirmation at the cross (John 13:3-17

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Understanding ourselves through the cross (Romans 6:1-18)

Pastor Ed Eubanks describes for us how we are given a new identity in Christ through the cross.

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The community of celebration (Hebrews 13:11-16)

Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches us what it means to bring sacrifices of praise and service to Jesus Christ, the King.

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Evil is overcome on the cross (Colossians 2:13-17)

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God reveals Himself through the cross (Luke 24:13-25)

Do we understand what it means to know God? Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches how God reveals Himself to us through Christ's work on the cross.

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Leviticus 27:28-29

In this joint worship service between Hickory Withe Presbyterian Church and Christ Presbyterian Church of Oakland on Maundy Thursday, Rev. Chris Treat shows us how that which is devoted to God is holy to Him.

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Forgiveness for sinners on the cross (Galatians 3:19-23)

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The substitutionary sacrifice of atonement (Exodus 12:1-51)

Pastor Ed Eubanks teaches us how Jesus Christ's death on the cross is a sacrifice of substitution on our behalf.

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The price of our sin (Hosea 1:1-11; 3:1-4; 11:1-11)

How big do you see your sin? Ed Eubanks shows us that the price of our sin is the breaking of God's heart.

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The problem of forgiveness (Genesis 3:1-24)

Was death really necessary for forgiveness? Ed Eubanks takes us to Genesis 3 to see that someone had to die to secure our forgiveness.

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The accomplishment of the cross (Colossians 1:19-23)

Jesus' death on the cross had a particular purpose: to reconcile people to God. Ed Eubanks teaches us how the work of the cross accomplishes that purpose.

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Why did Jesus die? (Romans 3:9-26)

Who killed Jesus? Continuing the series on the Cross, Ed Eubanks looks at the universal condition of sin and concludes that all of mankind participated in the crucifixion of Christ.

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The centrality of the cross (1 Corinthians 2:1-5)

Though the world tries to convince us otherwise, and we often are misled into believing that we can avoid it, the cross is the central defining element of Christianity. Beginning a new series on the cross, Ed Eubanks discusses the centrality of the cross from the second chapter of 1 Corinthians.

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A ready defense (Luke 4:1-13)

With the certainty of temptation before us, Clay Harrington discusses how Jesus' model for us is helpful when we face it.

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Divine Design week 3: temperament

Continuing in the "Discovering our divine design" series, Ed Eubanks looks this week at temperament, or personality, and how we can discern what our temperament is and what it teaches about who we are.

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Generation to generation (Luke 3:23-38)

Is there meaningful application in the geneology of Jesus? Ed Eubanks looks at this portion of Luke and finds that, generation to generation, God is faithful to provide for our need of salvation.

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Divine Design week 2: natural talents, skills, and abilities

Ed Eubanks discusses how to understand the spiritual gifts that many inventories reveal, as well as how we might understand the natural talents and abilities we are endowed with as God's handiwork.

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Preparing the way (Luke 3:1-22)

We are quick to believe that we are ready to face God; Ed Eubanks tells us how John the Baptist warns that we are NOT ready-- but that there is one who is ready to stand on our behalf.

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Divine Design Introduction

Ed Eubanks introduces our new Wednesday Nights at HWPC program, "Discovering Your Divine Design"-- understanding how God has uniquely created and crafted you for His service and for the benefit of His church and kingdom.

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Growing in favor (Luke 2:40-52)

Is there a real competition between family and church? Looking at the family model that Jesus himself puts before us, Ed Eubanks discusses how a healthy family is a churchgoing family.

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The end of waiting (Luke 2:21-39)

Jesus is shown, in his presentation at the temple, to be the fulfillment of all things-- including the waiting that Mary, Simeon, Israel, and we all exercise as we seek fulfilling things in our lives. Ed Eubanks delivers this message from Luke.

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Wise men still seek him (Matthew 2:1-12)

Why attend a candlelight Christmas service? Ed Eubanks challenges us that, like the Magi, we come seeking Jesus.

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Do Not Fear! (Luke 2:8-20)

Ed Eubanks teaches how Jesus' birth takes away the need for fear.

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The Fullness of Time (Luke 2:1-7)

Ed Eubanks tells us how God's timing is perfect, and that Jesus' incarnation was the fulfillment of all things.

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What's in a name? (Luke 1:57-80)

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The First Beatitude (Luke 1:39-56)

When Mary and Elizabeth get together, they react to the goodness of God's promises and the advent of the Savior's birth. Ed Eubanks looks at how their reactions are expressions of the Holy Spirit at work in them.

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The Consolation of Israel (Luke 1:26-38)

Can we believe that God really offers us hope and comfort in Jesus? Ed Eubanks looks at Gabriel's appearance to Mary and concludes that we can.

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When we doubt God's promises (Luke 1:5-25)

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How Do We Know? (Luke 1:1-4)

Ed Eubanks considers how Luke offers us confidence in the Gospels, the New Testament, and the whole Bible through his introduction to the Gospel of Luke.

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