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Aaron Bauer

Issaquah, WA

Acts
14 sermons
The Book of Acts is an account of what Jesus continued to do through those who trusted him. His work didn’t stop then and it hasn’t yet. The story continues to this day in the Actions of Jesus through his people. If you’ve been waiting in the harbor, hoist the sails, and catch the wind.
LOVE REIGNS
4 sermons
Encounters
13 sermons
Aaron Bauer Issaquah Christian Church Encounters • Sermon • Submitted a few seconds ago • Presented just now • 26:26 Genesis 12:1–9Hebrews 11:1–10Genesis 11:27–32Acts 7:1–4 0 ratings · 1 view ShareEmbed History is full of Divine Encounters when God shows up to meet with humans. Heaven overlaps with earth and transformation begins. In our new series, we'll look at these pivotal moments in history and find our purpose now.
Let Heaven and Nature Sing
4 sermons
This Christmas we are reminded of the promise of new life that comes like a baby in a manger. The heavens were filled with song at the in-breaking of Life and Light into our dark world. A King is Born and a Weary World Rejoices. That's what happens when heaven comes to earth. Bring a friend and join us online and onsite this Christmas and find your own breakthrough of life and light.
Unseen God
8 sermons
Do you feel like God is out of the picture? In the Book of Esther, God is nowhere to be seen but underneath it all God reigns supreme. Let's find Hidden Hope and bring the story out so God can be seen in our day through our lives.
Bible Studies
17 sermons
Neighboring
2 sermons
ONE is Enough
22 sermons
Have you noticed how fractured our society is? Have you felt those deep fault-lines in yourself as well? God is uniting everything under Jesus the Messiah and he can make you whole as well. In this sermon series we look at an inspired ancient letter from a courageous Jesus Follower to a church in what is now modern-day Turkey. Join us as we explore some ancient wisdom for our modern fractured lifestyles.
New Years
1 sermon
The Cost of Christmas
3 sermons
We know that not all Christmases are Merry and Bright! The events that led up to the first Christmas give us the clue that God knows our story and wants to meet us in our mess.