SERMON ARCHIVE



SERMONS BY SERIES


SERMON ARCHIVE

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The Poisonous Vice
What would you say if I told you there was one sin, one vice that if with God’s help, you could purge out of your life, you could lessen your struggles with every other sin? What would you say if I told you there was ...
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Live Studio Conversation
Live Studio Conversation this Sunday at Foothills. Stories and responses to Life’s Healing Choices Series. Come experience the growth! ...
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The Sharing Choice
We live in a broken world, don’t we? Pain, hurts, wounds are all part of what it means to live here. There is no such thing as a pain free life. Pain is inevitable and it’s universal. Following Jesus doesn’t mean all your pain is ...
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The Growth Choice
Today, I want to talk to you about how to end the race well – the Growth Choice. That’s the seventh choice we’re going to look at in this message today. “I reserve a daily time with God for Bible reading, self-examination and prayer in ...
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The Relationship Choice
Most all of us have a few, if not more, relationships that are in disrepair. As we go through life, we have painful experiences with people—we’ve sinned against them, or they against us. If we’re not careful, we can build walls to try and keep ...
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The Transformation Choice
Today, we're going to look at the fifth beatitude, which is: "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness sake…" While this is the fifth beatitude that we are examining in v. 6. We will be looking at it from Jacob's perspective in Genesis ...
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The Housecleaning Choice
The first way we let God do his work in our life is by doing a little housecleaning in our heart and soul. This choice is where the rubber meets the road for many of us. We are all fine and dandy when it comes ...
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The Commitment Choice
if you are a Jesus follower, meekness is not optional. Let me demonstrate to you what I mean. Meek in greek is praeis, which carries different levels of meaning. On the surface, it can mean mild or humble. But there’s a deeper meaning to this ...
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The Hope Choice
That gets us to the second choice in our series. The second choice is in Jesus' second Beatitude. Look at Matthew 5:4. 4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. The second choice is the hope choice. It is the choice to earnestly ...
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The Reality Choice
One of the games that really stressed me out was Whack-a-Mole. Does anybody remember this game? Whack-a-Mole. In Whack-a-Mole these moles pop up out of holes. You take a rubber club, and you try to knock the moles back down. As soon as you slam ...
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Illuminate The Dark
Throughout history, the Israelites and Christians have endured the darkness of this world through persecution from governments, wars, plagues, famines, the list goes on and on about the level of darkness in this world. I mean it’s no different today. We have people in our ...
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Christmas Eve // Christmas Unveiled
The culmination of our Christmas Series is here! The true meaning of Christmas is unveiled in the person of Jesus Christ. Join us as our worship team and pastors join together in song and conversation looking at what the hope of Jesus means in our ...
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Love Unveiled
As we unveil Christmas, today we will be unwrapping the advent of love. I cannot think of a more misconstrued topic. There is a lot of confusion out there today as to what love is. Some say love is a feeling, an emotion that rises ...
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Joy In The Muck
Joy is a feeling called forth by well-being, success, or good fortune. A person automatically experiences it because of certain favorable circumstances. It cannot be commanded. Joy includes happiness, contentment, satisfaction but is not limited to those things. On the other hand, Joy as an ...
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The Peace of Christmas
Today we light the second candle: the Candle of Peace. It’s amazing the power that that little, five-letter word carries. It’s something that everyone longs for because we live in a world that desperately needs it! ...
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Nevertheless Hope!
Life is full of winter seasons and challenges; nevertheless hope! What an amazing concept. It stands in this text as a signal of grace! It broke into their hopelessness with a promise of mercy! It declared God’s committed love for his people then and it ...
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Thanksgiving for giving
This Thanksgiving week we have the perfect opportunity to practice thanksgiving and model it for those in our lives. The scripture is filled with instructions to be thankful and filled with examples of great men and women of God being thankful and expressing that in ...
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Peace in an Anxious world
This week, we come to a passage that is really heavy on application. If you are the kind of person that likes to come to Church on Sunday morning and just wants to be told what to do, this is the Sunday for you. If ...
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Forgetful Pursuit
Paul’s radical transformation from religious zealot who could out perform any other person in action and knowledge may cause us to think that Paul has figured it all out. That, Paul, somehow has an advantage, that he has reached some type of Utopic spirituality, where ...
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Jesus Plus Is A Minus
Some of you may have noticed that when our hearts are at peace with God and at peace with key relationships in our lives, we can navigate the stresses of life much, much better. Staying heart connected with Jesus and with one-another provides the needed ...
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The Aroma of Humility
The crazy culture that the Philippians faced is similar to the crazy culture we face today. A culture torn apart by conceit, pride, and selfishness. Paul calls/commands the Christians to change their ways and conduct of living to not reflect the world in all its ...
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Healthy Relationships Through Humility
Now, as we get started today, consider with me for a moment the opposite of humility. That is, pride! Have you ever noticed that pride is a sin that always divides people? Other sins bring people together for a time, as in the case of ...
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Humility In Harmony
In this section of the letter, Paul shifts his focus off his introductory comments about himself and instructs those reading this letter. In making this transition from him to us, Paul uses the word Monon. The Greek word monon refers to the exclusivity of the ...
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Nothing Wasted
At first glance, from the outside looking in, it seems like everything has gone wrong in Paul's life: God’s man is in jail, his ministry is shot, he may be executed. But that’s not what God sees. God sees circumstances that are bursting with opportunity ...
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