SERMON ARCHIVE



SERMONS BY SERIES


SERMON ARCHIVE

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Developing a God-glorifying Life in a Crazy Culture
Would you like your life to honor and glorify God? You’re here today, so I would bet that every one of you in this room this morning wants that. We don’t want our lives to bring disgrace to God, we don’t get up every morning ...
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Unfinished
The responsibility in finishing the work which Christ began in you is indeed Jesus Christ’s. However, the work of completing Christ’s Great Commission has been given to us! We go, we make disciples, and we teach them all we’ve learned from Christ, and then Jesus ...
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Readiness
Today, I want to talk further about what it means to be ready and willing to grab a corner of the mat for those God brings into the orbits of your lives at home, at work, at school, on the sports field, or the sidelines; ...
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Our Responsibility To Our Community
Today, I want to refresh us in what our calling is to our immediate foothill region. We’ve talked Nations and Global the last few weeks…but, today I want to talk about our local priorities—the heart we are to have and the responsibility we have to ...
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Missions Q & A
This week we have an opportunity to chat with our very own Foothills Church mission couple.  We are looking forward to hearing what God is doing through them overseas.  The sermon video will only be posted online for two days so don't put off watching ...
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We Are Part of a Global Alliance
I want to let you know or remind you that our church here in these foothills is part of a much bigger alliance. We are part of global movement of churches called The Alliance—the Christian and Missionary Alliance. Today I want to spend our time ...
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The Purpose and Mission of the Church
This morning we start with the Church. What is the church? What is the makeup and Nature of the Church? What is the purpose of the Church? Why are we here and why are we doing the things that we do? Are we doing it ...
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Worship in Full
I would be wrong to not ask you, Church, are you giving your leftovers to God? Have you become discouraged by the trials of life? The death of a loved one, financial burdens, wayward children? Have you become distracted by self-centered goals of 401k’s and ...
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Salvation Assured
Zechariah’s prophetic ministry occurred about the same time as Haggai that we looked at last week. (Feb-Dec 520-519 BC) It was early in the reign of King Darius in Persia. When he came to power, he authorized Israel’s return to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple ...
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Options Have Consequences
COVID-19 slammed us; George Floyd episode; massive BLM protests were invaded by rioters funded. It is my opinion that, apart from the virus event, two worldviews are colliding. A worldview is not about race or ethnicity. It inevitably flows from religion and philosophy. The word ...
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A Promise of Restoration
It is a clear and direct declaration of God's coming judgment on the Day of the Lord. That is our Key Phrase for Zephaniah: The Day of the Lord. In this book, God speaks, Zephaniah writes, end of story. Yet there are some profound promises ...
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A Conversation with God
Today we are going to look at the book of Habakkuk. Just so you know, as of this week, Habakkuk is my favorite of all the minor prophets. I didn’t know this two weeks ago but now it’s my favorite for a couple of reasons ...
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Wrath Cometh
My hope is that this phrase will help you to remember that while God is a jealous God and can be filled with wrath, that His grace is everpresent ...
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The Courtroom
Today we continue in our Timeless series by taking a look at the book of Micah. Micah was all too familiar with injustice and people whose hearts were far from God. That’s why he was called into ministry: to warn God’s people that judgment was ...
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Running Man
Today we step back into our Timeless series…where we are taking one week in each of the minor prophets. We are finding these very ancient words to have very powerful lessons for living today. Today we are in the book of Jonah ...
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Annual Report 2020
Today’s sermon time is going to look a little different than normal.   If you’re new with us, this is a great day to be here because you’re going to hear us celebrate what really matters to us around here—lives changed for Jesus. Each year, we ...
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Our Avenger Cometh
From the beginning, people have passionately longed for justice to be delivered. They have struggled with the reality of wicked people going along in life unchecked, and unpunished. So, how does the Bible encourage us to process these kinds of emotions and reactions to the ...
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Keeping Your Life Plumb
Today, we are taking another step in our Timeless series where we are looking at the ancient truths of the minor prophets and their timeless relevance for our lives today. And today we’re going to see what the prophet Amos has to say about how ...
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Sin-festation
Probably the best indication of the state of the nation of Israel at the time of Joel’s prophecy is the magnitude of the judgement God brings against them. Large scale sin brings large scale judgment ...
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Gomers-R-Us
Today, I want to refresh us on a dramatic story found in the book of Hosea that declares the mind-blowing depth of God’s love for undeserving people ...
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The Cure for Insignificance
I bet if I were to take a poll, "How many want your life to be significant and important?" Just about everybody would say, "YES." No one wants to live a life of insignificance. I truly believe God wants that too. Yet it is sad ...
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The Cure To Sickness
This morning we are taking our third step into our series titled The Cure. The Cure is so comprehensive that it has saved us from death, freed us from those hurts, habits, and hang-ups in our life and it can heal us from sickness. During ...
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The Cure To Bondage
Fear can fuel our limitations, and as a result, we can often live lives that are not filled with the potential God has given us. I want to make very clear, I am not advocating fearlessness. Jesus wasn't fearless -- look at his interaction at ...
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The Cure To Death
While I don't want to downplay the impact C-19 has, there is a disease that has been plaguing this entire globe that goes back to the beginning of humankind. Like C-19, it, too, is a disease that originated within one man. Like C-19, it is ...
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