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How to Behave in Church
by Brian Bill

We’re to respect other believers and strive to live in peace with everyone. We’re also called to communicate what people need to hear, remembering to be patient with everyone.

Text: 1 Thessalonians 5:12-15
Sermon Series: Don't Be Left Behind
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Overcoming a Judgmental Spirit
by Ray Pritchard

Truly humble people are free from the burden of having to play God for other people.

Text: Romans 14:1-12
Sermon Series: The Overcoming Series
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Doing God’s Will
by Brian Bill

It’s one thing to know God’s will; it’s another to do it. God wants us to be pure, to love others, and He longs to have our lives attract others to the life-changing message of the gospel.

Text: 1 Thessalonians 4:1-12
Sermon Series: Don't Be Left Behind
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Standing Firm In Trials
by Brian Bill

Persecution is promised to believers; therefore we should not be surprised when we encounter trials of various kinds. In the midst of difficulties, we must continue to increase in love for people as we anticipate the return of Christ.

Text: 1 Thessalonians 3:1-13
Sermon Series: Don't Be Left Behind
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Nothing Shall Offend Them: A Message for Unhappy, Irritated, and Bent-Out-of-Shape Christians
by Ray Pritchard

For our final message in this short series from Psalm 119, I want to look at a verse I first […]

Text: Psalm 119:165
Sermon Series: Living by The Book (Psalm 119)
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How to Get Started Right in the New Year
by Ray Pritchard

Each January our church chooses a theme for the New Year. After much prayer we settled on “God’s Word: Our […]

Text: Psalm 1
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The Law of the Harvest: God’s Plan for Spiritual Prosperity
by Ray Pritchard

Over lunch this week, a friend and I discussed the spiritual implications of the terrorist attacks on America. My friend […]

Text: Galatians 6:6-10
Sermon Series: Galatians: Truth on Fire
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Mastering Your Money
by Brian Bill

Jesus reminds us that we can only serve one master – money or the Almighty. If we don’t manage our money, it will manage us. Mammom is personified as a rival god because it fights for supremacy in our lives. Contrary to popular opinion, money is not just a neutral medium of exchange but a “power” with life of its own. As we focus on building for the future, we’ll disarm the dollar dragon by transferring ownership of everything we have to God.

Text: Matthew 6:19-24
Sermon Series: Building for the Future
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Full Speed Ahead One Step at a Time: How You Can Walk in the Spirit Every Day
by Ray Pritchard

“I say then, walk by the Spirit and you will not carry out the desire of the flesh. For the […]

Text: Galatians 5:16-18
Sermon Series: Galatians: Truth on Fire
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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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