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Sermons prior to November 2015 may be found on the Sermon Archive Website.

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While We Are Waiting On Jesus

The season of waiting for Jesus' birth (Advent) begins this Sunday.  Advent reminds us that we too in our time are waiting for Jesus, i.e., his Second Coming.  So this Sunday we'll talk about what it means to wait for Jesus and how we can prepare ourselves for his coming.  On Sunday you'll get to hear […]

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Broken Hallelujah

What are you thankful for?  As we move into this Thanksgiving Season, it’s time for each of us to ponder that question.  This week’s Scripture passage – Psalm 16 – is going to challenge us to celebrate the goodness of God in three very unlikely places in our life.  Join us Sunday to tune your […]

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Why Does God Allow The Poor To Suffer?

Have you ever wondered about that?  As we continue in our sermon series on Psalms, this Sunday we’re going to delve into a song (i.e., psalm) that describes the suffering of the poor.  As we do so, we’ll grapple with the meaning of the Hebrew term for “poor” (hint: it’s not what you think), how […]

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The Wonder Of It All

We are surrounded by the dazzling wonder of God’s creation.  Everywhere we look, we see amazing beauty and complexity.  No wonder the Bible says that “God so loved the world. . . .” John 3:16.  But what are the implications of all this for us humans?  As the highest and most powerful creatures in God’s […]

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Overwhelmed

When have you felt most overwhelmed in your life?  What threatens to overwhelm you right now?  This Sunday we will study two psalms written by King David when he felt overwhelmed.  In them, we will discover three powerful practical things we can do in times of distress to hold ourselves together and cultivate serenity.

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The Bible contains a lot of prophecies about the future that have given rise to various theories about what the future holds.  Have you ever wondered what you should believe about “end times”?  Clearly earth is a mess, but where’s it all headed?  Will it eventually end?  If so, when and how?  This Sunday we […]

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The Path to Prosperity – Reimagined

Maybe you’ve heard the term “prosperity gospel” or “prosperity preachers.”  Some preachers emphatically teach that “God wants you to have the best of everything – health and wealth and all good things.”   Is that true?  This Sunday Pastor Jeff will guide us in a study of what the Bible says about prosperity and how to […]

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Get Out of Your Own Way

This Sunday we begin a new sermon series called “Songs of Our Heart.”  In this series, we’ll study the songs sung by our ancestors in faith in the Old Testament book of Psalms and discover that their hopes, dreams, fears, and anxieties are very similar to ours.  From them, we will learn how to better […]

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Who Killed Jesus? — Suspect #6

This Sunday is the finale of our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?”  In this series, we’ve been trying determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus’ death,  This week we’ll examine the final suspect – a surprise witness who, it turns out, is ultimately responsible for Jesus’ death.  Can you guess who that surprise witness […]

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Who Killed Jesus? — Suspect #5

This Sunday we continue our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?”  Our goal is to determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus’ death,  As we examine the various suspects, we’ve been thinking deeply and learning a lot.  Although it sounds counterintuitive, this Sunday we’re going to explore Jesus’ role in his own death by asking: […]

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Who Killed Jesus? — Suspect #4

This Sunday Pastor Jeff resumes our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?”  The goal in this series is to determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus’ death.  So far we’ve considered three rather obvious suspects: Pontius Pilate, Judas Iscariot, and Jerusalem’s institutional religious leaders.  Now our investigation takes an unexpected turn with a fourth suspect who […]

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