New Sermon Series for Spring 2018

To read Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, most of us turn to the Gospel of Matthew. But Luke also records the sermon in his Gospel, and there are several differences. In the English Standard translation, Matthew’s version is around five hundred words longer. He includes several memorable parts that Luke

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New Series for Summer 2017

When you walk into a ferocious headwind, you instinctively lean into it. You scrunch up your eyes and clench your jaw with determination. You plod forward, fighting for every step. But those heading in the opposite direction bound along effortlessly. They seem footloose and free, but their reckless lack of

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New Series for Spring 2014

Faster than a speeding bullet? Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? No, that’s the imaginary stuff of comic books. The true biblical heroes of faith didn’t have super powers. They were simply normal people who trusted God in the face of real life challenges. This spring at

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New Series for 2014

It was only a brief conversation, but it made a lasting impression on me. I had encouraged a woman to visit a church, but she said she couldn’t because people there had everything together. She didn’t feel she could ever measure up. On another occasion someone else expressed the same

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Christmas Series for 2013

I love celebrating Christmas. I grew to love it even more when I became a Christian and began to understand the significance of Jesus’ birth. But even before that, I loved the carols, the decorations, and the presents. It’s a special time of year. But it’s also a hard time

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New Series for Late Fall 2013

We all have a stubborn side. The right kind of stubbornness can be good. But the wrong kind can darken our souls, cutting us off from life, peace, maturity, and hope. The New Testament letter to the Hebrews helps us find the right ways to channel that stubborn impulse. We

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New Series for Fall 2013

We all have a mystical side. We want to experience something deep, spiritual, even supernatural. Some seek it in nature or the occult, while others look to traditional religions. But the opening chapters of the New Testament letter to the Hebrews point us to something better than mystical experience. On

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New Series for Fall 2013

We all have a mystical side. We want to experience something deep, spiritual, even supernatural. Some seek it in nature or the occult, while others look to traditional religions. But the opening chapters of the New Testament letter to the Hebrews point us to something better than mystical experience. On

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New Series for July and August 2013

It’s the ultimate question. What is God like? Though we cannot see Him, we know He’s there. But to certain unique people in history He revealed the unfathomable greatness of His character. Many of those individuals responded by composing the songs now recorded for us in the Old Testament Psalms.

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New Series on Proverbs for Spring 2013

Our lives are shaped step by step, one decision after another. In the biblical book of Proverbs, God has given us the practical guidance we need to make the best decisions to walk the path of wisdom throughout our lives. Each Sunday this April and May in our Sunday Worship

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