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Archive for August, 2016

  • First Day – Sermon from 8/28/2016


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    The first day of school, the first day of college, the first day on a new job, the first day of retirement… life is full of first days and with them comes uncertainty and anxiety. Through all our “first days”, God is there and by looking at the “first days” during Jesus life we see that God is there with a plan and with power. Read and listen to get ready for your “first day.

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  • The Games – The Thrill of Victory & The Agony of Defeat | Sermon from 8/21/2016


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    During the Olympic Games, we have seen the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. In our life, and in our own race of faith, we also experience moments of defeat. Whether it is in our jobs, families or finances – failure is there and we can either allow these moments to define us or we can use them as fuel for a victory. Because of our Savior, Jesus Christ, we can experience the thrill of victory if we will not give in to the agony of defeat. Celebrate this victory and press on in the race of faith.

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  • The Games – Perseverance | Sermon from August 14, 2016


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    What is it that has allowed Michael Phelps to swim in his fifth Olympics and win his 23rd gold medal and Yusra Mardini to swim in her first Olympics coming in 45th overall? Perseverance. Every athlete has to endure illness, injury, depression, disappointments and setbacks. Every athlete has to learn to persevere through the difficult days in order to compete in the games. Perseverance is needed in every race, including our race of faith. Learn what can help us endure and even breakthrough the problems and pain of life so that we can achieve our goal and win the prize of Christ.

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  • The Games – Teamwork | Sermon from 8/7/2016


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    Let The Games Begin! The Olympic Games are going on right now. After years of training we see athletes competing at the top of their game. No athlete arrives in Rio alone. They are all part of a team. They are part of a national Olympic team with other athletes in other sports, but each athlete also has their own team of family, friends, trainers, coaches and others who have helped them along the way. In the race of faith we all need a team. We need to ask ourselves two important questions: Who is on your team? & Whose team are you on?

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