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Let’s Read the Bible! March 21 (Mark 7-10)
by Ray Pritchard

Download a PDF schedule for the entire year and then join us each day as we read through the Bible […]

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Christ and the Commandments
by Brian Bill

The commandments show us our need for Christ.

Text: Romans 3:19-26
Sermon Series: Written in Stone
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God Wants You to Be Healthy and Wealthy?
by Brian Bill

Our entire family was together over the 4th of July and on Saturday we ventured to Adventureland.  I normally avoid […]

Text: Isaiah 53:1-6
Sermon Series: CONTEXT
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The Bread of Life
by Brian Bill

Jesus begins by referring to Himself as the ultimate source of sustenance. He has just fed the 5,000 and his reference to bread echoes back to the manna given to God’s people in the wilderness. Jesus wants to lift his listeners from a barren, food-dominated existence to the understanding that He alone can satisfy the supreme hunger of life.

Text: John 6:35-71
Sermon Series: Metaphors of the Messiah
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Christmas Through the Eyes of a Child
by Brian Bill

One Christmas morning, the Reverend Jones announced to his congregation, “My good people, I have here in my hand three […]

Text: Mark 10:13-16
Sermon Series: Christmas Eyes
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The Setting for Grace
by Brian Bill

Children loved to hang around with Jesus. In this text, we see that the disciples didn’t want Jesus to be bothered by kids – Jesus’ response shows us that we are to honor children, showing them grace instead of harshness. Children also serve as models for adults – if we want to enter the kingdom, we must learn to become like them.

Text: Mark 10:13-16
Sermon Series: Grace Encounters
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Take Up Your Broom and Follow Me
by Ray Pritchard

Make me a servant, humble and meek; Lord let me lift up those who are weak.

Text: Mark 10:45
Sermon Series: Servants Unlimited
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Servanthood: The Mark of Authentic Leadership
by Ray Pritchard

Warren Bennis is an educator, a philosopher, an author, a scholar and a keen observer of the American scene. These […]

Text: Various
Sermon Series: Servants Unlimited