Sing It Anyway

On Sunday we will celebrate our mothers, while at the same time exploring what God wants to say to each of us, personally, through the prophet Ezekiel, as we continue our series on Old Testament prophecies.  We’ll use examples of great women of faith to bring alive the key points of Ezekiel’s prophecy.  Invite your […]

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Your Creation Blueprint

This Sunday we continue our new sermon series in which we’re taking several Old Testament prophecies and applying them as if they were spoken directly to us and for us – because they were!  This week we’ll study a prophecy that tells you how to know what God wants you to do with your life.  […]

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Chain-Reaction Miracle!

If Easter is simply a story about something incredible that happened 2,000 years ago, it feels a bit irrelevant, frankly.  But what if it’s not?  What if the miracle that began on the first Easter is still playing out in our world today – and we can experience it and share it right where we […]

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The With-Us God

When angels appeared to the shepherds, they announced “good news of great joy for all people.”  What was that good news, and why should I care?  This Sunday we’ll cut through all the Christmas glitz to get down to the core content of the good news the angels shared, dissecting each key word.  Sunday’s service […]

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Bring Your Mess

Do you have some messes in your life?  Are you ever tempted to think, "God could never use someone like me."  If so, join us this Sunday for some scriptural insights that just might surprise you. Today's Scripture I Corinthians 1:26-31 Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" Sunday Headlines Weekly Bulletin Tweet

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Spirit Prayer

Have you ever wondered how prayer works?  This Sunday we’ll try to understand – and in the process, we’ll discover a whole new way of praying that you’ve probably never even heard of.  Come get your prayer power on!    Today's Scripture Romans 8:18-28 Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" Sunday Headlines Weekly Bulletin Tweet

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