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Who Killed Jesus? Suspect #3

Sometimes life backs us into a corner and forces us to make difficult choices that demand great courage and sacrifice.  How courageous are you?  What makes the difference between people who rise to an occasion and those who don’t?  These are some of the questions we’ll discuss on Sunday, as we continue exploring who bears […]

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When Fear Wells Up Inside Me

How much power does fear have over you?  Sometimes fear can be a good thing that inspires us to take appropriate precautions.  But too often we allow fear to constrict our lives.  God calls us to be bold, step out of our comfort zone, take some risks, and embrace the adventure of life.  This Sunday […]

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Go For It

Are you ready for the New Year? Is your attitude and outlook where you want it to be? Sunday’s sermon will challenge us to make a conscious attitude adjustment that will lift us out of a defensive crouch and put us on the offensive. Let’s tune ourselves up and get ready to march into the […]

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The Hero’s Journey

This week we’ll begin a brief, three-week sermon series about the Jewish High Holy Days.  Our focus on Sunday will be Rosh ha-Shana, the Jewish New Year – which Jews around the world will be celebrating on Sunday!  As we explore the meaning of Rosh ha-Shana, each of us will be challenged to examine how […]

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Cultivating Joy and Gratitude

This week we continue our sermon series based on Brené Brown’s bestselling book The Gifts of Imperfection by exploring Guidepost No. 4 – Cultivating joy and gratitude . . . by letting go of fear.  We’ll learn about the single most important thing – according to Brown’s research and the Bible – that anyone can do to cultivate a “good […]

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The Spirit That Oppresses You

What’s the greatest weakness or obstacle you face in your life right now?  Maybe it seems invincible.  This Sunday we’ll study a story where our ancestors in the faith faced an invincible foe, yet prevailed.  The same principles that worked for them then will work for us now.

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Fear Of Death And Dying

Do you ever worry about death?  If so, this Sunday you’ll hear some insights that will really lift your spirits and give you strength to face life with greater courage.  Join us for an uplifting Sunday, as we grapple with how people of faith learn to triumph over death!

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Fear That There Won’t Be Enough

Will there be enough time tomorrow to get everything done?  Will there be enough money to pay the bills – and eventually retire?  Do you have enough talent to succeed, or enough personality to be popular?  Everywhere we turn in life, we face the temptation to worry that there won’t be enough.  This Sunday we’ll […]

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Fear of Being Alone

In life, each one of us will face times of immense loneliness.  It’s one of our greatest fears.  We’d do most anything to avoid it.  Yet the Bible teaches that times of intense loneliness may be the key to unlocking the fullness of our potential.  How so?  Join us this Sunday as we explore one […]

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Fear of Rejection

We’re creatures of community.  We want to belong, to be accepted, to be liked.  The thought of being rejected is almost too much to bear.  So we can easily fall into the trap of letting our lives be controlled by the approval of others. This Sunday we’ll look to the example of Jesus to figure out […]

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Fear Of Failure

We’ll launch a new sermon series called “FEAR LESS.”  In this series, we’ll explore ways to conquer our six greatest fears, starting this week with a famous Bible story that teaches how to triumph over fear of failure. 

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