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

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I Can Read You Like A Book

Are people watching you?  If so, what do they see?  What does it really mean to “be a witness” in this world?  How can we allow more of Jesus to shine through us?  That’s what we’ll explore on Sunday, as we  continue our study of the New Testament book of Second Corinthians.

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When Trouble Comes

On Sunday we launch a new sermon series on the New Testament book of Second Corinthians.  Second Corinthians is all about everyday challenges we face in life and faith, starting with the challenge posed by all of life’s hardship.  When it feels like life is crushing us, how should we respond?  That’s our subject this […]

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As another New Year begins, wouldn’t it be great to hear a personal word from God – a message tailored just for you – saying exactly what you most need to hear right now?  On Sunday, we’ll explore three critical things God might want to say to each of us right now.  Odds are you […]

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Peace

It’s what we all want.  For ourselves, others, and the world.  This Sunday we wrap up our sermon series on a famous Christmas prophecy describing who Jesus would be.  Our focus this week will be on the claim that Jesus is the “Prince of Peace.”  We’ll explore three core spiritual principles that can make the […]

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The Heart of God

Each Sunday in December we're talking about the incredible gift of Jesus in our lives, guided by Isaiah's famous four-part Christmas prophecy.  The four descriptors used in Isaiah’s prophecy help us understand what Jesus is like and how he works in our lives.  This Sunday we'll explore the odd claim that Jesus was/is "Everlasting Father."  Wait, […]

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Infinite Empathy

Each Sunday in December we're talking about the incredible gift of Jesus in our lives, guided by Isaiah's famous four-part Christmas prophecy.  This coming Sunday we'll explore the daring claim that Jesus was "God with us" -- and why that matters in our everyday lives.  Our special music this week will be presented by Soul-to-Soul, a neo […]

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Unto Us a Child Is Born

This Sunday Pastor Jeff begins a four-week series based on a famous Christmas prophecy found in Isaiah 9:6.  There Isaiah identifies four amazing ways the gift of Jesus can lift and transform our lives.  This week we’ll unwrap and explore the first incredible gift.  It’s something you really need, but might not ever think to […]

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Who Will Roll The Stone Away?

This Sunday marks the beginning of Advent, the official start of the Christmas season.  Christmas is supposed to be full of joy and celebration, but the truth is, even during the holidays, we all face obstacles that feel as heavy as the stone that sealed Jesus' grave. On Sunday, we'll reflect on how to navigate those obstacles.

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When I Feel Stuck

This week we will conclude our “Encounters With Christ” sermon series by studying a resurrection appearance of Jesus that is often overlooked, yet offers profound insight for our everyday lives.  If you ever find yourself feeling stuck, this Gospel story is for you.

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The Witness

Just two weeks left in our “Encounters With Christ” sermon series, as we now move into resurrection encounters.  Sunday we’ll hear the testimony of the first person to witness Jesus resurrection and consider what we can learn from her.

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Lost In The Story

Pastor Jeff's COVID isolation period is over, he's feeling great, and will be preaching on Sunday, as we begin to wind down our sermon series on Encounters With Christ.  This week we'll learn something powerful from two nameless people who encountered Jesus on the cross.

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Existential Questions

To be human is to have questions – deep existential questions about life and its meaning.  This Sunday we’ll look at Jesus’ dramatic encounter with Pontius Pilate and explore three great questions Pilate asked Jesus at his trial.

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