Jul 20

This week we begin a series of Sunday morning investigations into the messages that God sends to human beings. God sends messages, often through messengers. I the Old Testament (OT) messengers were called "prophets." Some of them were writing prophets and have books of the Bible named after them. One of the OT prophets most quoted in the New Testament is Isaiah. We'll begin our series of messages by looking at Isaiah chapter 6 to see how God called this an to be His messenger. How God calls Isaiah is very similar to how He calls us to His service.

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Jul 13

Grace to the Christian is as water to the sea. It is the stuff we swim in everyday as we live our lives growing in our faith. We need grace throughout the day, both in moments of success and in moments of failure. Grace is always necessary. This Sunday as we end our series looking at the God Who Pursues Us, we end with the importance of grace. Specifically, we will look at Psalm 103 as David reflects on the role of grace in his life and its importance for understanding what God is doing in our lives.

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Jul 06

God created mankind. He created us in order that we could have a relationship with Him. This relationship was lost in the Fall but God works in mad pursuit of us in order to restore us to relationally to Him. We are currently in the midst of exploring God's pursuit of His lost people. Today we look at the God who creates and how is creating act reveals His love and care for us as His people.

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Jun 29

God finds you absolutely remarkable. His love for you knows no bounds and his grace is endless. The story unfolds as we flip through the pages of Scripture, revealing his love on page at a time.

However, it can be difficult to stay focused on the big story and not get lost in the small details. The key to maintaing focus on the larger story is knowing that he is pursuing you throughout the small stories.
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Jun 15

What is the key to finding contentment in Christ as we live through the ups and downs of our life? Each one of us has been given a unique call in our life to serve ad walk faithfully with God. There are moments in the journey that are wonderful and there are moments of extreme disappointment and frustration. How do we navigate these things in the context of our relationships with God and one another?

In the conclusion of the series, we'll learn from Philippians 2 about being passionate in the call that God gives each of us as individuals and how it effects our relations with one another in Christ.
Series Finale.
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Jun 08

We celebrate our graduating seniors from high school and college as they begin new chapters in their lives.

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Jun 01

One of the difficult parts of being in relationship with people is that conflict with them is inevitable. We have different preferences, opinions, and points of view. We get disappointed over unmet expectations, we become angry when our feelings or dignity get stepped upon and we feel strife ver who is in the right and who is in the wrong. Conflict in relationships is inevitable and Christians are called by God to face it and learn to repair our broken relationships. We look at the instruction Paul gives in Galatians 6 t Christians as a whole and Christians as individuals when it comes to aspiring to repair relationships.

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May 25

In John 13 we have the well known story of Jesus washing his disciples feet. Question: Why were their feet still dirty as they sit to eat? Water and a towel were provided and it was the custom to be clean to be clean at such a meal. Were they slovenly? Answer: No one wanted to take on the role of humble servant who does the mental and lowly job of washing feet. They would rather have dirty feet than be considered a servant by others. So, Jesus serves them and tells them that to emulate his example. We must deal with the same inner issues ourselves if we are ever to serve like Jesus did.

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May 18

Brokenness, strife, and conflict will always be part of our relationships. It's because we are children of Adam and our natures are damaged. But those who have been given a new life have received a call to deal with conflict in a whole new way - the way of peace, tenderness and reconciliation.

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May 11

This week we continue in our series uncovering the characteristics of an On Belay Relationship. We describe these relationships as ones being used to encourage support, and build up one another through the love of Christ. Today's sermon uncovers the characters of compassion and how God has shown compassion on us and how we are called to be compassionate in one another's life.

2 Corinthians 1:3-11
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