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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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Caught In The Very Act

Those are some of the worst words in the English language.  You know the feeling.  You got caught or you catch somebody “in the very act.”  You have them dead to rights, or they’ve got you dead to rights.  What now?  What happens next is CRITICAL to both the offender and the offended.  That’s what […]

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We always hear church people say, “On the cross Jesus paid for our sins; if he hadn’t died we couldn’t be forgiven.”  But why?  What does that really mean?  Nobody ever takes the time to break it down and explain it.  On Sunday we will, as we continue to explore The Meaning of the Cross.  We’ll […]

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God Help Us

As Christians, we believe Jesus’ death on the cross was the most pivotal event in the history of the world.  On Sunday we will launch a new sermon series that explores why.  Over the next four Sundays we’ll look at four different meanings of the cross, each taking us deeper in the understanding of our faith and […]

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Why Even Bother?

Have you ever messed something up so bad that you feel like throwing your hands up and quitting?  Do you ever get so down on yourself you wonder how God could use you for anything, let alone something really important?  If so, Sunday’s sermon is for you.  Come and be encouraged.

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The Atomic Center of the Gospel Message

This week we will explore the single most important concept for us to understand if we’re going to be followers of Jesus.  The explosive power of Jesus’ message comes from this core concept.  Do you know what it is?  Have you internalized it?  Are you living it? Sermon Video Reference

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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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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.

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Woe! (Whoa!)

Are you feeling “woe” from doing things you know you ought not?  Whoa!  We continue this week in the sermon series on prayer called “Wow! Woe! Want! Wait! – Four Essential Elements of Prayer. ”  This Sunday we’ll explore a way of praying that has the power to help us mystically transform into who God […]

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When Good Angels Go Bad

There’s a book that’s part of the Bible used by 50 million Ethiopian Orthodox Christians that isn’t in our Bible.  It’s a book that greatly influenced the New Testament and is often referenced by the early Church Fathers.  And it has a powerful, practical message for us today.  Yet you’ve probably never heard of it.  […]

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The Greatest Provocation

We’re getting closer and closer to Easter, counting down the days to Jesus’ death.  As we do so, we’ll continue unraveling the murder mystery surrounding Jesus’ death, exploring clues left behind in the Gospel record.  This week we will explore Jesus’ greatest provocation – an idea so heretical, the religious establishment had no choice but […]

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The Miracle of Grace

This Sunday we will study what is, arguably, the most important chapter in the Bible – a chapter that tries to capture in words what we saw acted out in the life and death of Jesus, so we can understand it and internalize it with amazing results.  This will be the second installment in our […]

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