Category: Sermons

James: Faith and Works

This week we will begin a new sermon series during our worship time as we begin a journey through the book of James. James is a book of action and as such I consider it to be one that combines our faith and works and challenges us to live our faith in our lives. This …

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Jesus: The True Vine

I am posting this a little early this week so you will have plenty of time to read and pray through our focal passage before Sunday. Between now and Easter our messages during our worship time will be all about Jesus. In reality, it is always about Jesus. This week our focal passage will come …

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Jesus: The Light of Life

This week in our worship time we will start a new sermon series. We have just finished a series on what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. This next series will focus on Jesus himself as we head towards Easter on April 1st. This Sunday we will consider what Jesus meant when He …

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Being a Disciple Means…I Tell

This Sunday our worship experience will be special to say the least!  As we continue to consider what it means to be a disciple of Jesus, this week we consider that we ALL need to be telling about our faith.  That being said our entire service will be about telling!  We will start with a …

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Being a disciple means…

This Sunday we continue to consider what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. Being a disciple leads us to be servants of Christ and others. Jesus repeatedly taught and modeled that those who sought to be first would be last, but those who sought to be last would be first. We must be …

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Being a Disciple Means…

I Follow! As we continue our sermon series on being a disciple, this Sunday we consider the aspect of being a follower of Jesus. This is more than simply believing in Him, it trusting Him to lead where we go and to live our lives as He lived His. This is certainly a challenge for …

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Being a Disciple Means…

I Believe! Over the last several weeks our messages and worship experiences have centered around the birth of Jesus and rightfully so. There is not a more significant event in history than God coming to be among us in the form of His Son our Savior with the exception of the death, burial and resurrection …

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Imitate Christ, not the World

Do you ever notice how gradually the influences of the world can creep into our lives? We start off with the intention of doing right, living well and modeling the love of Christ in our lives but usually we fall woefully short. We get distracted by the events of life or we end up with …

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Unity, not Division

This Sunday during our worship time we continue our series on ‘Culture Wars’ as we consider the need for unity not division. The world tells us to pick a side, go to our corners and be prepared to come out fighting. The Word tells us the side to be on is the side of Jesus …

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Culture Wars: Forgiveness, not Bitterness

This Sunday during our worship time we continue our sermon series, Culture Wars. As we do so we will consider the topic of forgiveness and how we can choose to forgive instead of holding onto bitterness, anger and wrath. Forgiveness has so much power to it, first to the one who offers it and secondly …

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