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Sun, Jun 12, 2016
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39 mins 23 secs
Peace seems to be the thing that everyone is pursuing, but never arriving at. We hear about plans for world peace, but every day the news reports of more conflict and war. Listen how you can have a peace that can never be taken.
Sun, Dec 06, 2015
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32 mins 47 secs
This Sunday we begin a new sermon series titled: Journey to Bethlehem. The messages will point us to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. This week we will look at the song of Mary in chapter 1 of Luke's gospel. In this song of praise we are reminded of God’s plan of salvation and are encouraged to respond with faith, hope, and love.
Sun, Sep 27, 2015
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48 mins 42 secs
As followers of Jesus we do not just invent what we want to believe. We have a guide for our doctrine and for our life, it is called the Bible. We often say we believe that the Bible is the word of God, but do we think about what those words mean? Do we live out our life of faith on this faith statement? This message considers this foundational truth.
Sun, Sep 20, 2015
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37 mins 42 secs
We are in-between series right now, will be starting a series on the family in two weeks. This weeks message is titled “Lost Child” from Luke 15. I have known no greater anxiety then when one of my children seems to be lost. You cannot rest until they are found. Jesus reveals the heart of the father through these three stories of lost-ness. The question for the listener is, do you share the father's heart?
Sun, Aug 30, 2015
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38 mins 27 secs
Your testimony of God’s redeeming love is the vehicle that God would use to distribute the gospel. We tend to think that God more effectively uses people who are evangelists. But the truth is your testimony is powerful and would be used for God’s glory if only you would share it.
Sun, Aug 23, 2015
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41 mins 17 secs
Acts chapter 21 tells the story of Paul’s travels as he heads for Jerusalem. All along the way there were those who tried to discourage him from going. Yet, Paul knew it was God’s will for him to deliver the gift from the Macedonian churches to the church in the city of David. This study gives us a wonderful illustration of discovering and obeying God’s will for our lives.