Oct 19
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Oct 15
Paul's Letter to Those in Rome  Part 5: Everyone Needs the Gospel
Romans 3:1-20     
 

Continuing in our series examining the letter to the church in Rome, we turn next to the destructive nature of sin. Paul makes the case that everyone in the world needs to confront the sin problem. He describes how it is shaping and molding us as individuals. Sin does not work on everyone in the same way; its effects show up in each of us differently. Join us on Sunday as we explore the effects of sins in our life and how to overcome them through the Gospel.

 

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Oct 05
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Sep 21

Romans 1:18-32

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Sep 17

In the year 386 a libertine named Augustine read Romans 13 and his life turned 180 degrees.  In 1515 a monk named Martin Luther,  constantly guilty over his lack of perfect obedience, studied Romans 1:16-17 and learned that righteousness is freely given to those who trust in God.  In 1738 an Anglican Priest named John Wesley read Romans and felt his heart warmed to an authentic conversion.  Join us on Sundays as we look at Paul's letter to those in Rome;  your life might be transformed too. 

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Sep 07
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Aug 31
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Aug 24

The prophets foretold the birth of a child, a descendant of King David, who will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. His Reign will have no end - the LORD will do this. This child was born about 2000 years ago and his name is Jesus. He came to save us from our sins.

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Aug 17
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Aug 12

In the famous Old Testament story about the Unburning Bush (Exodus 3), Moses asks a question that mankind has asked for ages. "Who is God?" Is there a question both simpler, and yet more profound than this? Regardless, when we are enlightened by the Bible's answer to this question, "Who is God?", we find that the only fitting response is to remove the sandals from our feet, bow down to His awesome and glorious majesty, and cry: "Who Am I?"

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