Northpoint Church
August 16, 2020
Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
Locations & Times
  • Northpoint Church
    988 W Ontario Ave, Corona, CA 92882, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM
  • Northpoint Church Corona
    Sunday 9:00 AM
Virtual Services
We are honoring the guidance provided by local, regional, and national authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic and not gathering together in person. While we are physically distant, we are socially and spiritually connecting through the technological platforms available to us!
Welcome to Northpoint! We are so glad you have chosen to worship with us today.

New NP Online Care Card

Stay Connected with the Northpoint Family. We all ache to gather again. Being separated is tough, but during stressful times, it is even harder not to have face to face fellowship and the strength that comes from physically being together. Even so, we can still connect with each other. One way is to fill out the new confidential NP Care Card (See link below.). Once submitted, the card will be reviewed by the Northpoint Care Team. If you so indicate on the card, someone from the team will contact you.

View the Lyrics to our Worship Songs
Heaven and Earth Will Pass Away
Mark 13
Pastor Taylor Mendoza, Student Ministries

View the Sermon Note and Slides
The disciples and Jesus find themselves on the temple mount in awe of the beauty of the temple. Despite the beauty, Jesus prophesies that the temple would be destroyed within the generation of His disciples in AD 70. Jesus gives a list of signs that include intense persecution, false messiahs, and the abomination of desolation. He then moves on to discuss His second coming before comforting and challenging His disciples to put their confidence in His Word and to stay active, especially in times of crisis. The grounds of their hope is the truth that heaven and earth will pass away, but the words of Jesus Christ will never pass away.
Application Point:
Disciples have an active and hopeful confidence in the Word of God during times of crisis.
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
1. Has there ever been a time where you asked a question and didn’t expect the answer that you got? Share this with your group or small group.
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
2. Have you ever heard someone teach this passage in a different way? Do you agree or disagree with their approach to this passage? Be sure to give biblical reasons for your answer.
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
3. How often do you think about the persecuted church? In what ways are you challenged by those who endure intense persecution around the world? (For more information, visit for more information on how you can pray for persecuted Christians worldwide).
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
4. What specific promises in this passage give you hope and confidence in the Word of God? (Share a verse or promise right out of the text).
Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
5. In what ways are you tempted to become lazy or discouraged in your work? How does thinking about Jesus’ second coming help you work better as a Christian?

Questions for Discussion and Discovery:
6. What motivates your work and your confidence? Does your own experience create confidence, and does your own willpower create hope? How might experience and willpower fall short as proper desires for work and confidence?


As a part of our worship we are called to cheerfully, generously, and sacrificially give (2 Cor 9:7). Your faithful partnership in and support of the ministries at Northpoint Evangelical Free Church allows us to impact the lives of thousands, both locally and globally, for His Kingdom.

For Further Reading:

For Further Reading: Kostenberger, Andreas. Jesus and the Future: Understanding What He Taught About the End Times (Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2017).

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OUR MISSION: Making Disciples Who Make Disciples. A disciple is a person who has been reconciled into a right relationship with God through new birth by faith in Christ and is consequently growing in love for God, love for others, and in joyful obedience to all of Christ’s commands.