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How Can I Discover God’s Will For My Life?
by Ray Pritchard

Have you ever wished you could have lunch with Jesus? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you got a phone call […]

Sermon Series: Knowing God's Will
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When You Need to Know, You’ll Know
by Ray Pritchard

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge […]

Text: Proverbs 3:5-6
Sermon Series: Knowing God's Will
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Seizing Self-Control
by Brian Bill

When the fruit of self-control is not evident in our lives, we’re vulnerable to all kinds of relational ruptures. When the Spirit controls us, we will demonstrate restraint in our lives.

Text: Proverbs 25:28
Sermon Series: Developing Your Character
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Preparing for Patience
by Brian Bill

Since patience means “slow to get angry,” we’ll focus on some of those things that cause us to burn with anger so that we can learn the discipline of waiting.

Text: Proverbs 19:11
Sermon Series: Developing Your Character
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The Rod of God: When Love Says No
by Ray Pritchard

“Spare the rod and spoil the child.” It’s an old saying and like most things old, it has been neglected […]

Text: Hebrews 12:5-11; Proverbs 13:34
Sermon Series: Heaven Help The Home
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How Can I Discover God’s Will For My Life?
by Ray Pritchard

Have you ever wished you could sit down with God and have a good talk with him about your own […]

Text: Proverbs 16:9
Sermon Series: Sermons I Always Wanted To Hear
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Self-Control: The Fine Art of Keeping Your Cool
by Ray Pritchard

If the Son of God could rise above anger and hatred, if he could find a way to forgive his enemies, then so can we.

Text: Proverbs 16:32
Sermon Series: Street Smarts
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Discipline: Coaching Your Children to Greatness
by Ray Pritchard

It is not easy to raise children. Everything in the word fights against it. It is not easy to raise God’s children, who will hold to godly values. The Devil fights against us; the world, the flesh fight against us. It is easy to be frustrated. God gives you these little gifts and you do your best and you hope and pray that some day when the job is done, your children will still follow the Lord. There are many things that parents can do for their kids and many things they must do. But one thing is absolutely essential. You have to pray for your children.

Text: Proverbs 22:6
Sermon Series: Street Smarts
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Contentment: A “Better” Way to Live
by Ray Pritchard

God, give us eyes to see your blessings. God, give us hands ready to reach out and help those in need. Lord, give us hearts to rejoice in you and lips to sing your praise. Help us to understand that whether we see it or not, whether we know it or not, whether we feel it or not, God is good all the time.

Text: Proverbs 17:1
Sermon Series: Street Smarts
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Cheerfulness: The Healing Power of a Merry Heart
by Ray Pritchard

We all know people who struggle with sickness and weakness, yet when you go to see them, they cheer you up. On the other hand, we all know people who are sick and yet their spirit is crushed. When you go to see them, you feel worse when you leave than when you came, because they have sucked all the life out of you as well. There is a basic relationship between your mental attitude and your physical well-being. What is on the inside eventually manifests itself physically on the outside.

Text: Proverbs 17:22
Sermon Series: Street Smarts