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As for Me and My House:

Today we are launching a brand-new series called “Heaven Help the Home.” As a place to begin, let’s consider these […]

Text: Joshua 24:14-15
Sermon Series: Heaven Help The Home
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Great Is Thy Faithfulness

How many people do you know who do exactly what they say? Before you answer, let me rephrase the question? […]

Text: Lamentations 3:22-25
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God
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The Invisible Hand: Coming to Grips With God’s Providence

Do all things really work together for good? Consider the following: A little baby is born with no brain, only […]

Text: Genesis 50:20
Sermon Series: Our Awesome God
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Who Owns Your Life?

How much did Jesus give when he died on the cross? He gave it all. He held nothing back. He offered his very best to God. The words of the invitation hymn come to mind: “Jesus paid it all, all to him I owe.” If you ever discover who owns your life, giving will be no problem to you. Giving is hard only when you think you own it all. When you realize that he owns it all, and that he paid it all, the little bit you give is the very least you can do.

Text: Mark 8:34-38
Sermon Series: Who Owns Your Life
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Contentment: A “Better” Way to Live

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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Life Has Been Good

The 1994 Sate of the Church Address to Calvary Memorial Church. The Bible reminds us that everything we have has been given us by God as a gift of his grace. From the very beginning our founders understood that “unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it.” (Psalm 127:1) They knew that the Lord Jesus is the Head of the church, and that any growth, any blessing, any advance in holiness, any expansion of our ministry must ultimately come from him.

Text: Psalm 127:1
Sermon Series: State of the Church Sermons
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The Eyes of God Are Upon You

Our story begins in 1833 when a man named Joseph Kettlestrings, an Englishman from Yorkshire, arrived in the Chicago area. […]

Text: Various
Sermon Series: State of the Church Sermons
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One Word You Shouldn’t Say Next Year

You can do “all things” if you rely on Jesus Christ. Not on your own strength, not on your own power, not on your own wisdom, and not on your own ability to figure things out. But if you will say, “Lord Jesus, this year I’m relying on you,” you can do all things through Christ.

Text: Philippians 4:13
Sermon Series: New Year’s Day Messages
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How a Good Man Dies

“Fear not that your life shall come to an end, but rather that it shall never have a beginning.” John […]

Text: Genesis 48-50
Sermon Series: Journeys with Jacob (Genesis 25-50)
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The Oldest Dad in the Nursery

Let’s start off with a bit of historic trivia. Who is oldest mother in history? I’m going to give you […]

Text: Romans 4:18-25
Sermon Series: God's Good News (Romans 1-4)

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