Sermon: Help On The Way

Romans 6:1-14 “My LORD God, I have no idea where I’m going. I do not see the road ahead of me. I cannot know for certain where it will end. Nor do I really know myself, and the fact that I think I am following your will does not mean that I am actually doing so. But I...

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Sermon: More Than Sacrifice

Romans 5:1-11 In the middle of the passage Nancy just read, there’s a verse that cuts right to the heart of our faith. There are Christians who would say, Look. If we have to sum up our whole faith into a single sentence, this one would be right up there with John...

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Sermon: Every Time I Feel the Spirit

Acts 13:1-3, Acts 14:8-18 While the believers were worshiping God and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Paul for the work to which I have called them.” So let there be no mistake regarding who’s really behind this. The ministry of Barnabas...

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Sermon: What the Women Did

Matthew 28:1-10 On that day, what the women did was get up. They got up in the dark, and they went to the tomb as the first day was beginning to dawn. Turns out, this was not even the first time they had come to the tomb. After Jesus had been killed, Joseph of...

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Good Friday Sermon: Peace Be With You

John 8:2-11 and Matthew 27:32-56 See the scribes and the Pharisees cooked up a scheme to put Jesus to the test. One morning he was teaching at the temple. The scribes and Pharisees interrupted him, making a woman stand in front of the crowd. “See Jesus, this woman has...

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Sermon: He Descended into Hell

Matthew 25:31-46 There’s no missing the miracle. What happened was the LORD our God, Everlasting Creator of the Universe, looked at this world she had made, and loved this world she had made. Right out loud God said this world is good. Right out loud the people went...

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Reflection: Demands on the Doors

New Member Celebration Sunday Matthew 25:1-13 For the people first hearing the Gospel of Matthew, there was a crisis of timing. See they had been promised that the old age would pass away, the day of judgement would come, then the new age would whoosh heaven into the...

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Sermon: When the First Word is Love

Matthew 20:1-16 See, the kingdom of heaven is like this. Some day laborers were hired at six-o-clock in the morning to go work in a vineyard. At six-o-clock in the evening, they got paid the usual daily wage (what they had agreed to receive). This was a problem. See...

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Sermon: Before the Beginning, After the End

Matthew 18:15-35 This year, our Wednesday Lenten Study will explore the book Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson. Stevenson is the director of the Equal Justice Initiative, a non-profit organization in Montgomery, Alabama which aims to provide legal representation to those...

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Sermon: Life Crisis

Matthew 16:24-17:8 “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” This quote is from Gandhi. Recently, it’s something I’ve been hearing Anthony say often: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” It...

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