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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 Power of Negative Thinking

You’ve heard about the “the power of positive thinking.”  There’s a lot of truth in that.  But the reverse is also true.  Negative thinking can be just as powerful in destructive ways.  This week we’ll explore a passage in Second Corinthians that offers insights into how we can overcome the power of negative thinking.  None […]

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The Wrath To Come

As we wrap up our intensive study of I Thessalonians chapter 1, this week we will focus on a verse that talks about “the wrath to come” and how Jesus will rescue us from it.  What is this “wrath to come,” when will it happen, and exactly how will Jesus rescue us from it?  Join […]

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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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Christmas Vision

On Sunday Pastor Jeff will begin a Christmas sermon series.  We’ll start by exploring the historical meaning of one of the great Christmas prophecies, and in the process learn a very powerful lesson for our lives today.  Get ready to experience a Christmas vision!

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Scarcity

Where in your life are you experiencing scarcity?  How would you finish this sentence, “I don’t have enough _______.”  Not enough time?  Not enough money?  Not enough love?  Not enough patience?  This Sunday we’ll examine an epic Bible story that shows us how to transform scarcity into sufficiency.

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Jesus’ Core Perspective

How would you describe your core perspective on life if you had to reduce it to a single sentence?  Suppose we were to ask the same question about Jesus – what was his core perspective? – then compare it to our own.  That’s what we’re going to do on Sunday, as we continue our sermon […]

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