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Who Killed Jesus? — Suspect #6

This Sunday is the finale of our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?”  In this series, we’ve been trying determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus’ death,  This week we’ll examine the final suspect – a surprise witness who, it turns out, is ultimately responsible for Jesus’ death.  Can you guess who that surprise witness […]

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Who Killed Jesus? — Suspect #5

This Sunday we continue our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?”  Our goal is to determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus’ death,  As we examine the various suspects, we’ve been thinking deeply and learning a lot.  Although it sounds counterintuitive, this Sunday we’re going to explore Jesus’ role in his own death by asking: […]

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Who Killed Jesus? — Suspect #4

This Sunday Pastor Jeff resumes our sermon series on “Who Killed Jesus?”  The goal in this series is to determine who bears ultimate responsibility for Jesus’ death.  So far we’ve considered three rather obvious suspects: Pontius Pilate, Judas Iscariot, and Jerusalem’s institutional religious leaders.  Now our investigation takes an unexpected turn with a fourth suspect who […]

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The Three Gremlins of Prayer

The Bible teaches us that prayer is the absolute anchor of a deeply spiritual life.  But most of us struggle with prayer.  On Sunday we’re going to identify the three greatest obstacles to prayer and explore practical solutions, so each of us can experience the power of prayer.  Join us on this holiday weekend for […]

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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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The Gates of Hell Shall Not Prevail

This Sunday we’ll celebrate the 32nd anniversary of the founding of our church!  Jeff’s sermon will delve into the sorry state of the church in the world today and what we at LifeJourney are called to be and do about it.  You’ll hear some examples of how God is using our church – at home and […]

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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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Who Killed Jesus? Suspect #2

Have you ever been disappointed in God?  On Sunday we continue a new sermon series exploring who bears ultimate responsibility for the death of Jesus.  This week we’ll look at Suspect #2 – Judas Iscariot.  Judas’ story is fascinating and teaches us a VERY important lesson about how we should (and shouldn’t) react when we […]

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Who Killed Jesus?

This Sunday Pastor Jeff begins a new sermon series that explores who bears ultimate responsibility for the death of Jesus.  Many different people had a motive to remove Jesus from the scene, including some who will really surprise you.  There will be unexpected plot twists.  We will look at the case against each suspect, then […]

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Jesus affirmatively and emphatically commanded us to observe Holy Communion.  No practice is more central to the Christian faith than Holy Communion.  But why?  This Sunday we’re going to talk about the meaning of Communion, why it’s so important, what we’re supposed to get from it, and how it can become a transformational part of […]

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Loving What Is

Fretting is not good for us. The Bible tells us to “fret not.” But we do it anyway because it feels like others are disrupting our peace.  Or we want life to go a certain way.  Or it’s more important to be what we think is “right” than to be free.  All of which leads […]

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