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Why You Can Trust the Bible
by Brian Bill

I was up in Madison to speak to some young men who are involved in a ministry called Cru.  Being […]

Text: 2 Peter 1:16-21
Sermon Series: Growing in Grace (2 Peter)
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Watchful Warfare
by Brian Bill

Believers must do battle with self and Satan.

Text: 1 Peter 5:6-14
Sermon Series: Living Hope (1 Peter)
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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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Christmas According To Matthew
by Brian Bill

Shalom!  My name is Levi Bar Alphaeus, but most folks just call me Matthew.  I had the honor of writing […]

Text: Matthew 1-2
Sermon Series: Christmas According To...
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The Promise of Peace
by Brian Bill

The peace that comes from God is perfect.

Text: Isaiah 26:3
Sermon Series: A Summer of Promise
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Knocking Holes in the Darkness
by Ray Pritchard

The world and the face of Christianity seems to be rapidly changing. What will not change is that Christians believe something stupendous that the world does not understand at all. We aren’t called to save the world. Only God can do that. But we are called to be lights in an increasingly dark world.

Text: Ephesians 5:8-14
Sermon Series: Soul Food: Ephesians for the 21st-Century
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The Misunderstood Messiah
by Ray Pritchard

You can be wrong about many things and still go to heaven.
But you can’t be wrong about Jesus and go to heaven.

Text: Isaiah 53:1-3
Sermon Series: Isaiah 53
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How Many Will Be Saved?
by Ray Pritchard

If our theology leads us to write off the majority of the human race as a hopeless cause, then perhaps we need to check our theology with the Bible.

Text: Luke 13:22-29
Sermon Series: Crucial Questions
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Do You Know Who You Are?
by Ray Pritchard

If you know who you are, you can serve Christ anywhere.

Text: Genesis 39
Sermon Series: Nine Crucial Questions (Life of Joseph)
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Compassion: More Than a Bleeding Heart
by Ray Pritchard

The real question is not, "Who is my neighbor?” but rather "Whose neighbor will I be to those I meet today?”

Text: Luke 10:25-37

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