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

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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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Most churches refuse to treat women, gays, and transgender people as full, equal partners in ministry.  LifeJourney Church is different!  If someone asked you why, could you make the Biblical case for equality?  Last week we explored the Biblical case for women.  This week we explore the Biblical case for gay people.

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Most churches refuse to treat women, gays, and transgender people as full, equal partners in ministry.  LifeJourney Church is different!  If someone asked you why, could you make the Biblical case for equality?  Join us for a new sermon series that will equip you!   June 26 = The Biblical Case for Women          […]

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Faith or Failure? A Biblical Tale

Samson is one of the most puzzling “heroes” in the Bible.  He was full of flaws, yet also chosen and called by God.  As we explore Samson’s story, we’ll wrestle with this big question: Can you have faith and not be faithful?

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The Painful Joy of Forgiving

Again and again the Bible tells us to forgive.  We tend to think forgiving is for the benefit of the offending person and find ourselves thinking, “Why should I let them off the hook?  They’re not even sorry.”  Actually, forgiving is not about the offender.  It’s about our own quality of life and our impact […]

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This Sunday we’ll resume our Life of Jacob sermon series and grapple with one of the most intriguing stories in the Bible – an instance where Jacob wrestled with “the Angel of the Lord.”  It’s a thought provoking story that raises deep questions about prayer and how God works in our world.

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Great Cloud of Witnesses

Make sure you join us for worship this Sunday for an incredible, creative, innovative service for all ages, from the youngest to the oldest.  Memorial Day weekend is a time to remember heroes who’ve gone before us.  So this Sunday we’ll explore the Biblical concept of “the great cloud of witnesses” who surround us and […]

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Karma

It’s often said that the things we do – good and bad – have a way of coming back to us.  Is that really true?  If so, why then do bad things sometimes happen to good people – and vice versa?  Does God ever make exceptions to the principle of “sowing and reaping?”  If so, […]

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In Spite of Myself

If you need a word of encouragement, if you’re ever tempted to think you mess up too much for God to use you, if you need an extra dose of God’s grace, you need to hear this Sunday’s sermon – the fourth installment in our sermon series on the Life of Jacob.

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