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

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Who We Are

This week is Annual Congregational Meeting Sunday, so we’ll take some time in worship to remind ourselves who we are as a church and what we’re called to be.  If you’ve been around the church for a while, this is a great Sunday to celebrate our work together.  If you’re new, it’s a great Sunday […]

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The Struggle To Be My Best Self

We all want to live a life of beauty, but too often end up drowning in a sea of brokenness, acting out in ways that, in retrospect, we regret. It’s one of our most basic human struggles: How do I cultivate a more beautiful life? This Sunday we’ll look at an epic Bible passage that […]

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Wounds From Their Abraham

Guest speaker, Whittney Murphy, tells a chilling story in the book of Genesis about a time Abraham almost sacrificed his son on Mt. Moriah as a burnt offering.  Often the story is discussed from Abraham’s perspective.  But this Sunday we’ll look at the story from Isaac’s perspective.  We’ll explore how much this experience must have […]

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Overcoming Worry

Imagine how much better your life would be if you figured out how to overcome worry.  This Sunday we’ll explore an epic Bible passage where Jesus offers a four-part formula for doing just that.  Stop worrying and come to church on Sunday!

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Lovin’ You

Sunday is Valentine’s Day, which means there will be a lot of superficial talk about love all weekend.  But not at LifeJourney.  Instead, on Sunday we’re going to try to cut through all the yick-yack to explore, at a very deep level, what it means to live a life of love – using one of […]

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What the Future Holds

Some Christians have a very pessimistic view of what the future holds for humanity and planet earth.  Are they right?  How should we, as people of faith, see the future?  And what’s my personal role in shaping that future?  This Sunday we’ll examine a famous Bible passage that suggests maybe the future can take a […]

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Life In 110 Words

This Sunday we’ll continue our series on “Eight Epic Bible Passages” by looking at the single most famous passage in all the Bible – a passage that tells us what God is like, how God feels about us, and what we should expect in life.  Don’t miss God’s wisdom for your life! 

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The Amazing Secret to a Blessed Life

This Sunday we continues our sermon series on “Eight Epic Bible Passages” by looking at Psalm 1, a passage that tells us the amazing secret to living a blessed life.  Join us for some refreshing worship and practical teaching and encouragement.

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Wonder and Awe!

This Sunday we launch a new sermon series called, “Eight Epic Bible Passages.”  In this series, we’ll explore eight different Scripture passages that are, arguably, the greatest, most-important in all the Bible – one passage each week.  This week we’ll begin with Genesis 1.  What should we make of the Biblical creation story?  What vital […]

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Dying To Live–or–Living To Die

This week we conclude our sermon series called “If we knew now what they knew then . . . .  7 Steps to living with spiritual power.”  Our 7th lesson will be the most important of all – a lesson from Jesus himself – about how to find profound fulfillment in life, no matter what […]

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The Power of Joy

This Sunday we resume our sermon series called “If we knew now what they knew then . . . , 7 Steps to living with spiritual power!”  We’ll look to the example of the Macedonian Christians to learn how we can harness more of the transformative power of joy in our lives.  Start off the […]

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Let Go

You've heard people say it many times, "Let go, and let God!"  Sounds good, yet really hard to do.  But imagine if we could really do it; imagine if we could take our biggest anxieties, give them to God, and not take them back.  This Sunday we'll look at how to do that.  Start your New […]

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