SERMON ARCHIVE



SERMONS BY SERIES


SERMON ARCHIVE

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From Fear to Trust
What many people don’t realize is, how we manage our money is one of the most spiritual things about us. It indicates more poignantly than almost any other area of our life, where our trust and dependence lie.  Do we trust in our stuff, or ...
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From Craving to Contentment
Of all the reclamation projects that Jesus leads Christians through, often transforming how we manage our financial resources is perhaps the most difficult transformation we undergo. This week I want us to consider another aspect of the stewardship transformation that needs to occur in you and ...
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From Idolatry to Exclusive Love for God
Stewardship Transformations are some of the most difficult and most important transformations Christians are called to go through. Today, I want to talk about why that is, as well as cover one aspect of this transformation that the Bible addresses; that is, to become a faithful ...
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A Reclaimed Identity
Today, I don’t want to talk about some “resolutions.” I don’t want to talk about some small changes. Instead, I want to look at what God has to say about the complete transformation of a life ...
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The Gospel Reclaiming You
The Gospel, most of us know, is the good, great, amazing news that Christ was born, lived perfectly, became the perfect sacrifice to take the penalty of our sins and offers salvation to those who put their faith in them.  The cool thing is, that ...
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Christmas Eve Service
Join us for our Christmas Eve service as we celebrate the birth of Jesus together! ...
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Persistent Proclamation Required
Today we step into a section of Romans—Chapters 9-11—where the focus is on the Jewish people and how they process this gospel of justification by faith alone. Paul is concerned for his Jewish brothers and sisters because the majority of them have failed to respond ...
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Gospel Gifts (Part 2)
The Holy Spirit marks and seals us. The Holy Spirit testifies the truth that we are His children. Since we are His children, that means we are heirs of God. Foothills Family, we are just that — family — when we receive the gospel, we ...
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Gospel Gifts (Part 1)
Today we are going to discover that the gospel gift is a gift that keeps on giving. The gospel gift is like those presents you receive wrapped in a gift bag. When you pull out the first object, you hear the gift giver say, “Keep ...
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The Impacts of Justification
Today, Paul turns another major corner in his presentation of the Reclaimed gospel and begins to unpack additional results of the reclaimed gospel. Or another way to say it is, these are the game changing impacts of being able to stand before God “JUST-AS-IF-I’D” never ...
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It's All About Faith
In our section in Romans today, Paul does something brilliant. He brings a death blow to any argument that tries to add anything to being saved through faith alone. And the way he does it is to use the most powerful “case in point” for ...
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Sin Solution
The really good news of the Gospel is, that we are justified freely by God’s grace. Justified is a judicial term, a courtroom term. To be justified means to be pronounced guiltless, though we are proven guilty by God’s law. It means to be pronounced ...
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No One
After establishing that people have a sin problem, Paul starts addressing false beliefs circling in congregations in Rome. During Paul's time, Jewish Christians were doing their best to establish themselves above others within the church. These were religious moralists who thought they were exempt from ...
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Only Bad People Go to Heaven
One way pride tarnishes the gospel is by considering it unnecessary. Probably the most often used argument people lean on is that good people go to heaven. The argument goes something like this: There is a good God who lives in a good place reserved ...
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The Reclaimed Gospel
Many outside the Church don’t view the Gospel as good news. For many, the Gospel is bad news. Jesus is the only way to heaven? I have to release control of my life to who? Consequently, to make the Gospel more appealing, some churches have ...
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30th Anniversary Celebration
We throwing a party to celebrate 30 Years of Ministry in the foothills. Back in July of 1990, a handful of families began meeting in their homes, then at Blue Oak Elementary, and finally on our Merrychase campus. What God planted, God grew and we ...
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The "Loving Others" Way of Life – Part 2
As a church, if we have everything in this world, but do not have love, we have nothing. As people created in the image of God, if we have everything in this world, but we don't have love, we have nothing. We have to be ...
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The “Loving Others” Way Of Life
Today, I want to shift our focus a little to how you are relating with one another within the church. Are you engaged in true connection with others here within our church community? Are you experiencing authentic connection yourself? Are you experiencing belonging and are ...
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The Perfect Church
this week I want to look deeper at a scene in Luke 5:27-32. This scene gives us some insight on what God intended when he started the church. In fact, it gives us some clues as to what the perfect church should look like ...
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Caring for Your Calling
But, if you’re a Christian, then you have a greater, more overarching Calling “Big C.” In other words, as a Christian, regardless of your career, job, or role in life, you have a greater “Big C” Calling laid over that and that is to represent ...
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Key Lessons From the Life of Moses
These highlights of Moses’ life tell us why Moses is not honored in the sands of Egypt. The decisions and choices he made gained him honor with God instead. Let’s review a few of these choices and decisions ...
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A New Leader
As the ones closest to the Lord, Moses and Aaron bore the highest responsibility to preserve his reputation.” Like Sam said last week, God cares more about obedience than He does results. Even though Moses and God spoke face to face like friends—for decades—Moses didn’t ...
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Leading through the Rapids
Today in Numbers 20, we see Moses and Aaron enter some whitewater as they are leading the nation through the wilderness. Unfortunately, what we are going to witness is Moses and Aaron dismissing God’s instruction as they walk through what I would argue is their ...
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8-22-21 // Grappling with Grumblers
did you also know that when you grow in your intimacy with God, you also make yourself vulnerable as well? Wait, what? You might be thinking, “I thought the closer we got to God the more protected we were. I thought if I walked close ...
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