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

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Palm Sunday – What’s The Point?

It’s one of the most celebrated days on the Christian calendar – full of pomp and ceremony, palm branches and pretend parades.  But why?  Why should I care?  You could spend your whole life in church and never understand the personal significance of Palm Sunday.  This Sunday we’ll fix that.

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The Journey

Life is mysterious.  We feel compelled to try to figure it out.  Why am I here?  Where am I going?  Why is this happening to me?  This week we’ll seek some answers in the story of the turbulent life of Jacob, as recorded in the book of Genesis.

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How Will God Judge Me?

It’s one of our greatest anxieties.  When I stand before God, how will I be evaluated?  Even right now as God looks down on my life, how does God feel about how I’m doing?  This Sunday Pastor Jeff will invite us to explore three Bible verses that are critical to understanding how God evaluates us.  […]

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Can’t Spell AwesoME Without “ME”

Many Christians over the years perpetuate the negative message that we are not good enough.  Even though they say, ”Jesus came to save us,” there is this beat down that’s pervasive.  But, they also say, “This Jesus is only for certain people and not your kind (________fill in the blank.)” And the message sticks, and […]

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How To Get A Miracle

The Bible is full of miracles.  In our own time, we often hear stories of miracles.  What should we make of all this?  Should we believe in miracles?  And if so, how do we get them?  Join us on Sunday for the conclusion of our sermon series on Second Corinthians and grapple with what the […]

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The Power of Negative Thinking

You’ve heard about the “the power of positive thinking.”  There’s a lot of truth in that.  But the reverse is also true.  Negative thinking can be just as powerful in destructive ways.  This week we’ll explore a passage in Second Corinthians that offers insights into how we can overcome the power of negative thinking.  None […]

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Living Large

Deep in their belly, ships have flood walls.  If a ship springs a leak, doors can be closed that contain the flood waters to a compartment, minimizing damage.  Often we live our faith like that – compartmentalizing our lives, letting God into certain areas, but not others.  This Sunday we’ll explore an example of what […]

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Imago Dei

This week our new Family Life Pastor, Rev. Tandy Adams, will tell us a little bit about herself, then talk to us about the Biblical concept of “imago dei” and what that means for our everyday lives.  Learn something important, even as we get acquainted with our newest pastor!

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The Pain of Criticism

How do you feel when someone offers criticism?  How do you feel when you’re the one who needs to share criticism?  Criticism is almost always painful, even when justified and graciously delivered, so it’s easy to tune it out or avoid giving it.  Yet constructive criticism is essential to our growth.  This Sunday we’ll explore […]

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What It Looks Like To Partner With God

Imagine Jesus walking up to you and saying, "I need your help.  Will you partner with me?"  What would it look like?  What would it entail?   Actually, partnering with God is less about what we do than how we do it.  This week we'll explore what that means, as we continue our study of Second […]

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Eternity Perspective

As we continue our intensive study of the book of Second Corinthians, this Sunday we come to a passage that challenges us to reimagine life from an eternal perspective.  What does that mean?  How does it change things?  Why is it so important to my current quality of life?  Those are the questions we’ll explore […]

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Finding Our Balance

Some of us grew up in religious circles that were harsh and judgmental – good riddance.  Having seen how ugly that is, we could easily go to the opposite extreme – anything goes.  But that has its own problems.  So how does a New Testament believer living in an age of grace find the right […]

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