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Taking My Relationships to the Next Level

Relationships are really hard.  Not just spousal relationships, but also relationships with children, parents, siblings, friends, coworkers, etc.  This Sunday we’re going to talk about some Biblical principles for growing the strength and quality of our relationships, as Pastor Jeff continues a series of four January sermons on the theme of "Taking My Life to […]

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The Christmas Omen

This Sunday we’ll explore another often overlooked portion of the biblical Christmas story that’s filled with thought-provoking signs and omens that help us better understand the heart of Jesus and nature of his earthly ministry.  If COVID interrupted your worship attendance pattern, Christmas is a great time to get back in the swing  Come home […]

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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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The Gospel of the 3:16’s

Sin and Grace – those are two key words that Christians throw around a lot.  The word “sin” has been used as a club to beat us over the head, so we tend to want to avoid it.  The word “grace” sounds nice, but seems vague.  This week we’re going to tackle both words, exploring […]

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How Will God Judge Me?

It’s one of our greatest anxieties.  When I stand before God, how will I be evaluated?  Even right now as God looks down on my life, how does God feel about how I’m doing?  This Sunday Pastor Jeff will invite us to explore three Bible verses that are critical to understanding how God evaluates us.  […]

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Imago Dei

This week our new Family Life Pastor, Rev. Tandy Adams, will tell us a little bit about herself, then talk to us about the Biblical concept of “imago dei” and what that means for our everyday lives.  Learn something important, even as we get acquainted with our newest pastor!

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As another New Year begins, wouldn’t it be great to hear a personal word from God – a message tailored just for you – saying exactly what you most need to hear right now?  On Sunday, we’ll explore three critical things God might want to say to each of us right now.  Odds are you […]

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The Heart of God

Each Sunday in December we're talking about the incredible gift of Jesus in our lives, guided by Isaiah's famous four-part Christmas prophecy.  The four descriptors used in Isaiah’s prophecy help us understand what Jesus is like and how he works in our lives.  This Sunday we'll explore the odd claim that Jesus was/is "Everlasting Father."  Wait, […]

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Infinite Empathy

Each Sunday in December we're talking about the incredible gift of Jesus in our lives, guided by Isaiah's famous four-part Christmas prophecy.  This coming Sunday we'll explore the daring claim that Jesus was "God with us" -- and why that matters in our everyday lives.  Our special music this week will be presented by Soul-to-Soul, a neo […]

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We’ve Only Just Begun

On Sunday we’ll celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the founding of our church by asking: Why did God raise up a church like ours and what great things are next for us?  To guide our thoughts, we’ll explore three epic moments in Jesus’ life where he made clear what his churches should be like.  Let’s […]

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Chosen

Have you ever heard that God has “chosen” certain people?  Have you ever wondered who God “chooses” and how those decisions are made?   This Sunday we’ll explore those questions and more, as we begin a study of the book of First Thessalonians and launch a new sermon series called “The New Testament Mindset.”  This is […]

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The Patron Saint of LGBTQ People

We’re in a sermon series where we’re learning about some of the great saints of church history.  This Sunday we’re going to take a look at the life of someone who’s probably done more than anyone ever to open the church to LGBTQ people.  We’ll ask what practical lessons we can learn from the life […]

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