“The Story of Promise”

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From Genesis to Revelation God we learn that God is a God of promise. What promise? “I will graciously redeem mankind and gloriously reign forever.” What does this mean for us at advent season? God is faithful and can be trusted…by virtue of His very nature and character God is a “promise maker” and a […]

“Imagine”

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This sermon looks at 2 truths in play for every person on the planet: (1) One day our time is going to run out… (2) One day everyone will give an accounting for how they have lived. With those truths in mind the question is: How should you live your life? Scripture – II Corinthians […]

“Playing God”

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This sermon looks at the conversation that Jesus had with Pilate after his trial. The issue: Who was in control? God or Us? Scripture – John 18:33-19:16

“Easier Said Than Done”

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This sermon is centered around this big truth: Often times our felt need is not our deepest need and our pressing need is not our primary need and the thing we want the most is not the thing we need the most. Scripture – Mark 2:1-12

“Games People Play”

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This sermon looks at the games the Pharisees and Sadducees played to try and discredit Jesus in the eyes of His followers. They did not work. The games we play with God don’t work either. Scripture – Matthew 22:15-46

“Thirsty?”

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This sermon reminds us all of how Jesus views thirsty people. The choices we make in life can leave us very thirsty for something more. And when we try to quench that thirst with relationships, life experience, and accumulating stuff or money it doesn’t quench our thirst… it compounds it. Only a relationship with our […]

Faith Promise Sunday

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Our special guests, Dustin and Angie Herring, work with the children in Salinas Grandes, Nicaragua, providing water for the thirsty, rest for the weary, and light to realize the hope set before us. You can follow them on Instagram @waterandlight.international. Learn more about their ministry on their blog.

“Seeing Is Believing”

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It’s been said, “You don’t have to understand everything to believe in something.” Using the story of the man born blind this sermon teaches that while some things in life can be unexplainable—there are at the same time some things that are undeniable. And if you will focus on the undeniable—the unexplainable won’t shipwreck your […]