SERMON ARCHIVE



SERMONS BY SERIES


SERMON ARCHIVE

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Home is built on a Firm Foundation
Today we are going to shift gears a little bit and talk about how coming S04 Home for Christmas means coming home to a strong foundation in God’s Word. We are going to talk about the Bible as the preservation of God’s word; we are ...
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Home Brings Community
Today we begin a new series of messages designed to tune our hearts to the profound significance of the Christmas season. It’s our hope to cut through the glitz and commercialism of the season and refresh ourselves in the significance of Christmas…not just during the ...
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The Infusion The Included Need
let me invite you to keep a couple things in mind. Paul’s prayer opens our eyes to what God is eager and willing to do in us and through us, but also what he is capable of doing. It’s good to understand both. Paul’s prayer ...
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God intends the included to tell others
As an Apostle Paul was a steward, appointed by God to be a voice piece of the riches of Christ to all humankind, especially the non-Jewish people in the regions he traveled. And he was the steward of what he called a “mystery of Christ." ...
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The Consequence of Being Included
God’s grand purpose is that all things in heaven and earth become included in Christ. One commentator put it this way, "Christ came into the world, ultimately, to reunite, to head up again, in Himself all things both in heaven and in earth" (pg 152) ...
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The Included Were Rescued
Before we were Included in Christ we were essentially walking dead people, zombies of sorts. Men and women looking like we were alive on the outside, but inside there was only death and decay. We were trapped in bondage to our natural, godless way of ...
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The Included Need Deeper Awareness of these Four Realities
Being “in Christ” has tremendous, life-changing implications for those who believe in Jesus. Last week learned being “In Christ” means the believer becomes the recipient of blessings like being holy and blameless in God’s sight, being adopted as God’s very own child, and being sealed ...
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What It Means To Be Included
In my experience in talking with people over the years, I have observed a very common struggle to do what that verse calls us to do—to throw off everything that hinders and entangles. And most of the time the struggle to “throw off” what needs ...
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Legacy Principles
This Sunday we had some guests share and encourage us with what God is doing in the world through the Gideon International Ministry and WIlliam Jessup University. We as believers have an opportunity to live lives that exemplify the gospel and pass it down to ...
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Generosity inspired By God’s Greatness
What we’re about to see is David’s generosity serves as a catalyst for the generosity of the people. It reminds us of an important principle of leadership. If leaders are not on board, the effort can’t take place, nor should it take place ...
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The Enemies of Stewardship
Jesus knows that our money management practices are actually a measure of spiritual health. Jesus puts it so plainly: “Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.”- Matthew 6:21 Clearly, the way we handle our money is essential to Jesus. Yet two things ...
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Spending Speaks
In the Bible, there are hundreds of verses that talk directly or indirectly about money, and possessions, and how God’s people are to use them. The sheer enormity of the Bible’s teaching on this subject screams for our attention. It might shock you, but more ...
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You’re Part of a Much Bigger Thing
Today, I’m fulfilling a promise to you. Today I am starting a new series that I cued you up for a couple of times last spring. I shared with you the dilemma we’re facing as a church It’s a dilemma of a growing shortage of ...
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Reflecting Throughout the Process
Today we’ll be reading from Deuteronomy 32 and learning what Moses’ parting words were to Israel as they entered into the promised land without him. In chapter 32, we see that Moses’ final instruction as Israel’s leader is through the form of song ...
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Legacy In The Process
Today we are going to be diving into chapter 27 of Numbers as we continue on in our series “The Process.” Due to time constraints last week I want to make time to make note of a couple things that I was not able to ...
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Reconciliation in the Process
Today we continue in the process of watching Israel navigate through the process God has them in.  The last couple of weeks we saw the camera shift focus from Israel onto Balaam and Balak. Today the camera continues in the narrative as it switches focus ...
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Blessings in the Process
This morning we pick up where we left off last week. As you recall Balaam a diviner who makes a living by blessing and cursing people and nations was summoned by the King of Moab Balak to put a curse on the nation of Israel.  ...
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Repentance in the process
Within the world and even within some Christian circles there can be at times a mentality that if God was loving he would often protect us from all sorts of battles and trials in our lives.   Yet as we have been discovering in this ...
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Focus in the Process
Today as we keep working through the 40-year Process that God took Israel through in the desert; we are going to learn about the power of focus. So please open up your Bibles to Numbers 21 as we hang out verses 4-9 this morning ...
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Responding To The Process
The process can often put us in very difficult situations emotionally, spiritually even physically. The question often become how do you respond? Do you let your circumstances dictate your faith, theology, your actions or do you rest in your faith responding in obedience to Christ ...
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Relational Maintenance in the Process
This morning, we pick up in what has been called the most dramatic chapter in all of Numbers! I mean Ch 14 last week…you know, with the spies returning and lying to Moses and God wanting to destroy them, lol, that was pretty dramatic.  Well, here ...
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Faith Grows Through The Process
This morning we get to join Israel in one of their biggest decisions in the Old Testament. When we arrive on the scene the host of Israel is camping in the desert of Paran, just outside the Land of Canaan, the Promised Land ...
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Trusting God in the Process
Complaining is a dangerous game, friends. You might just get what you ask for! Today I want to take a look at one of my favorite stories about the Israelites as they’re heading for the Promised Land. It’s from Numbers 11 ...
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Preparation for the Process
Life has a way of making unexpected turns doesn’t it? Woke up early Monday to go on a jog so that when I got home I could spend the evening wrestling with my kids. Little did I know that instead of wrestling with my kids ...
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