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Sermons prior to November 2015 may be found on the Sermon Archive Website.

Besides Jesus, Mary is the probably the greatest hero in the Bible.  After all, through her we were given the gift of God’s only Son.  So it’s about time we did an entire sermon series on the life of Mary.  So throughout this Christmas season and beyond, Pastor Jeff will lead us through a new […]

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Did you eat your fill on Thanksgiving -- and then some?  This Sunday we will examine the Gospel passage where Jesus fed 5,000.  The text tells us that the people ate their fill, with leftovers to boot.  We'll compare Jesus' attitude toward the hungry crowds to the attitude of his disciples and, in the process, learn important […]

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Lots of things happen in life and, over time, they tend to pile up.  We end up feeling sad, stressed, defeated, and deprived.  Why does life have to be like this?  This week we’ll study a Gospel passage that teaches us what to do when we feel that way.  It’s a passage that reminds us […]

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Fire In The Hole!

Nothing challenges our serenity – and sanity – quite like human conflict.  You know the feeling.  Someone does something really rotten and anger burns inside us, disrupting body, mind, and soul.  This week we’ll study a Gospel passage where Jesus tells us how we can put out the fire in our soul and regain our […]

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How to Keep Your Sanity in a Mad, Mad World

Life is so full of stress and never-ending demands.  Do this!  Do that!  No, do this over here – and hurry up!  It never lets up – and in the process we become frazzled, stressed, and pulled in a million different directions.  For the next three weeks leading up to Thanksgiving, Pastor Jeff will do […]

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Walking On Water

As we continue our sermon series about how to live by faith, this Sunday we’ll dig into the wonderful insights found in one of the most famous Gospel stories – the story where the disciples are trapped in a life-threatening storm at sea and Peter attempts to walk on water.  Embedded in this story are […]

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On Earth, As In Heaven

This Sunday is World Missions Day at LifeJourney! During the sermon, you’ll hear exciting information about how our church is having a big impact both globally and locally. After both worship services, the Social Hall will be full of displays, information booths, arts and crafts for the children, and samplings of international foods.  The Bible […]

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Never Enough

As we move through life, we often find ourselves feeling like we don’t have enough of what we need to meet the challenges before us.  Maybe it’s a death or divorce or illness or financial stress or tension at work or conflict with family, etc., etc.  How should we respond when it  feels like there […]

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God’s Plan For My Life

We often find ourselves wondering, “What is God’s plan for my life?” – and the answer often alludes us, which is enormously frustrating because if God has a plan for us, we want to know it.  So that’s what we’re going to talk about this Sunday, as we come to the fourth installment in our […]

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What It Means To Be Church

This Sunday we celebrate the 32nd Anniversary of the founding of our church!  Everyone is invited to our All-Church Picnic that will take place after the 11:00 o’clock worship service – bring a dish to share.  We’ll also be baptizing, inducting new members, and awarding anniversary membership pins during both worship services.  Sunday’s sermon will remind […]

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The Problem of Fear

What are you most afraid of?  What causes the most fear in your life?  Fear is one of the biggest barriers to living a life that’s full and free.  So how do we overcome fear?  How do we become courageous people?  Those are the questions we’ll grapple with this Sunday as we explore the intersection […]

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When Disaster Strikes

Life is chalked full of disasters – moral failure, job loss, divorce, injustice, bankruptcy, serious illness, death of a dream, death of a loved one.  Nothing can be harder on us – or our faith – than when disaster strikes.  So this Sunday we will consider what happens with faith meets disaster.  How can/should faith […]

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