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Decision Making and the Will of God
by Brian Bill

We must pray and plan, as we trust God’s providence.

Text: Acts 1:12-26
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Swimming Upstream
by Ray Pritchard

There are times when we need a new look at a familiar verse. The ESV translates the first part of […]

Text: Romans 12:2
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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Breaking the Grip of Sin
by Brian Bill

Christ-followers don’t do what they used to do.

Text: 1 Peter 4:1-6
Sermon Series: Living Hope (1 Peter)
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The Privileges of God’s People
by Brian Bill

When we know what we have, we’ll live what we love.

Text: 1 Peter 1:4-12
Sermon Series: Living Hope (1 Peter)
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Hopeful Holiness
by Brian Bill

Believers look ahead, not behind.

Text: 1 Peter 1 :13-21
Sermon Series: Living Hope (1 Peter)
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Lord, Please Change Me!
by Ray Pritchard

Knowledge alone will not save us and knowledge alone will certainly not change us. You’ve got to do something with the
knowledge you have.

Text: Romans 12:2
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Rejoicing and Weeping
by Ray Pritchard

Here is God’s dream for every church. That through preaching the gospel men and women everywhere can experience the life-changing power of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. And to be the kind of place where, no matter what kind of week you’ve had, you can come in and say, “Ahh, I’ve made it.”

Text: Romans 12:13-15
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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The Agape Factor: 12 Ways to Love
by Ray Pritchard

There is an amazing scene at the end of the 1996 movie Marvin’s Room. Bessie, played by Diane Keaton, has […]

Text: Romans 12:9-16
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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Blueprint for a Healthy Church
by Ray Pritchard

What makes a great church? We hear that expression often–”a great church”–but no one knows exactly what it means. How do you know when a church has truly become “great?” To begin with, humility, participation, cooperation and the exercise of the spiritual gifts are signs of a church that is healthy and on track.

Text: Romans 12:3-8
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)
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Good, Pleasing, Perfect
by Ray Pritchard

Moral compromise often begins with a tiny step in the wrong direction. This was the case with Lot, who was unmoved and apathetic to the moral decay around him. It may sound extreme, but the Lord has nothing to say to a compromising believer. You can have Sodom or you can have the Lord, but you can’t have them both. If you live for God, you will demonstrate to yourself and those who know you that that God’s way is always good, pleasing and ultimately perfect.

Text: Romans 12:2
Sermon Series: The Transformed Life (Romans 12-16)