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Christmas Joy

He came for you. Do you believe that?

Text: Luke 2:8-11
Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
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What Child is This?

One of the many important decisions confronting new parents is, “What shall we call our baby?” Most new parents spend […]

Text: Isaiah 9:6
Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
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Turn, Turn, Turn

Conversion begins when you turn to God. It is nothing more or less than “an intentional turning of oneself to God.” Because it is intentional it does not happen by accident. Nor does it happen automatically. Nor can anyone else turn for you. You yourself must decide to turn to God. No one can make that decision for you.

Text: 1 Thessalonians 1
Sermon Series: Living in the Last Days (1 Thessalonians)
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Sense and Nonsense about God’s Guidance

In 1988 something new happened in the American political process. That year, for the first time in a long time, […]

Text: Exodus 13:21-22; Psalm 48:14
Sermon Series: Light My Path -- Knowing God's Will
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No Condemnation

Do you have a favorite chapter of the Bible? That is, do you have a chapter that is so special […]

Text: Romans 8:1-4
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)
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Portrait of a Godly Leader

We begin with the words of Robert Cook: “There is no substitute for character. You can buy brains, but you […]

Text: I Timothy 3; Titus 1
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Servanthood: The Mark of Authentic Leadership

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
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The Most Sought After Things in the World

A number of years ago a major American magazine published the results of a most fascinating survey. The editors had […]

Text: Romans 5:1-5
Sermon Series: New Life In Christ (Romans 5-8)
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Truth or Consequences

When I was growing up my mother had a little rhyme she often repeated to her four sons. You probably […]

Text: Exodus 20:16
Sermon Series: The Ten Commandments for Today (Exodus 20)
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First Century Patterns For 21st-Century Churches

How closely should local churches follow the patterns of the New Testament? The answer is, as closely as possible, understanding that no one is 100% consistent and that outward forms will change over time. That means we need to focus on the key functions of the church, giving freedom to differ on how those functions are expressed.

Text: Various
Sermon Series: In Search of the Early Church

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