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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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Who Killed Jesus? Suspect #2

Have you ever been disappointed in God?  On Sunday we continue a new sermon series exploring who bears ultimate responsibility for the death of Jesus.  This week we’ll look at Suspect #2 – Judas Iscariot.  Judas’ story is fascinating and teaches us a VERY important lesson about how we should (and shouldn’t) react when we […]

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Peace

It’s what we all want.  For ourselves, others, and the world.  This Sunday we wrap up our sermon series on a famous Christmas prophecy describing who Jesus would be.  Our focus this week will be on the claim that Jesus is the “Prince of Peace.”  We’ll explore three core spiritual principles that can make the […]

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Let God Be God

Do you have any control issues?  Do you ever find yourself frustrated because things happen that you don’t understand?  Do you wish God was more responsive to your wants and needs?  If so, Sunday’s sermon is for you.  In it we’ll explore how to find a place of peace and surrender in life, as we […]

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Waiting For What?

Let’s face it, life is full of waiting – so much so, we can’t live well until we learn to wait well.  So, on Sunday we’re going to take a look at how our ancestors in the faith waited patiently for the coming of the Messiah and ask what we can learn from them about […]

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Jesus vs. Coronavirus

Ok, so maybe you chuckled at the title.  But this is serious.  All the anxious talk about coronavirus can be disorienting.  So much uncertainty.  If Jesus were here right now, what would he say to us?  Join us on Sunday for something practical that will actually lift you up and help you find the right […]

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Like a Child

Again and again in the Gospels, Jesus tells us we must become like children.  For example, in Matthew 18:3, he said, “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.”  What does it mean to become like a child?  What kind of change was Jesus […]

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This Sunday we continue our journey to the cross by looking at yet another Gospel passage that resulted in yet another death threat against Jesus.  This week we will focus on a passage where Jesus launched a frontal assault on how religion often uses rules as an instrument of control.  Each one of us will […]

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