Becoming

Life is constantly testing us, confronting us with all kinds of disorienting experiences.  How we respond in those moments, moment by moment, gradually makes us who we are, for better or worse.  This Sunday we'll look at a story from Genesis that offers insight into how we can become much better at responding in the […]

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Crazy & Laughable

Have you ever found yourself in a place where if felt like God might be calling you to do something a little crazy, and you weren’t sure how to respond?  This week’s Bible story will offer us insights into situations like that, as we continue exploring epic stories in the book of Genesis. Today's Scripture […]

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Wounded Healers

For the past four weeks, we’ve explored the impact of the fall of humanity through stories of brokenness found early in the book of Genesis.  On Sunday, before leaving the theme of brokenness, we’re going to learn about the ultimate antidote to all that brokenness, as revealed to us by Jesus himself.  Come to church […]

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When the Flood Comes

There came a time in the life of Noah and his family when they lost everyone and everything to a great flood.  How did they manage to survive and eventually thrive once again?  That’s the question we’ll explore this Sunday, as we seek insights for how to respond to great tragedy in our own life.  […]

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Broken World, Broken Politics

Are you tempted to despair at the state of political affairs in our nation?  At one time or another, every single one of us is bound to feel that way.  So what should we do?  In Bible times, our ancestors in faith faced political challenges beyond our wildest imagination.  This Sunday we’ll look to their […]

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The Drama of Human Conflict

Are you at odds with anyone in your life?  Do you struggle with how to respond?  This Sunday, as we continue exploring profound life lessons embedded in the Biblical creation story, we move into the part of the story where two brothers, Cain and Abel, become deadly enemies.  If you’ve ever experienced broken relationships, you […]

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Broken

This Sunday we continue exploring profound life lessons embedded in the Biblical creation story, as we move into the later part of the story where everything starts to fall apart.  If you’ve ever experienced profound failure, you need to hear this. Today's Scripture Genesis 3:1-24 Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" Sunday Headlines Weekly Bulletin Tweet

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You Need A Vacation

If that statement resonates with you, you need to hear Sunday’s sermon.  ‘Nuff said. Today's Scripture Genesis 1:31-2:3, Exodus 20:8-11; Deuteronomy 5:12-15 Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" Sunday Headlines Weekly Bulletin Tweet

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Kio-no-nia

What is it?  Do you have it?  Is it contagious?  No, actually it’s a good thing – a really WONDERFUL thing.  And it’s critical to the quality of your spiritual life.  Join us this Sunday to find out if you’ve got it! Today's Scripture Acts 2:37-47 Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" Sunday Headlines Weekly Bulletin Tweet

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Conquering Chaos In Your Life

Got any chaos in your life?  Ever find yourself so overwhelmed, you’re tempted to surrender?  This Sunday, as we continue our “New Beginnings” series, we’ll look at a three-part Biblical formula for transforming personal chaos into ordered beauty. Today's Scripture Genesis 1, selected verses Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" Sunday Headlines Weekly Bulletin Tweet

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The Other Creation Story

Did you know that there are two creation stories in the Bible?  One of the stories we’re very familiar with; the other not so much.  But we need to have a good understanding of both stories to fully appreciate God’s creative work in our lives.  So this Sunday, as we launch our August sermon series […]

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In the Moment

People often say, “God has a master plan, and you are part of that plan.  God has a plan for your life.”  And you think to yourself, “If there’s a plan for my life, I wish somebody would tell me what it is.”  If you’ve ever found yourself feeling that way, this Sunday’s sermon is […]

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