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  • The Life of Moses – Overcoming All Criticism | Sermon from 6/28/2015


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    At some point in time we all face it and it comes from those who are for us and those who are against us – criticism. We live in an increasingly critical world where the harsh words of others can tear us apart inside and out, but they don’t have to. Like Moses, we can learn to overcome all criticism through humility and our trust in God. Learn how overcoming criticism that can lead us to a place of peace.

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  • The Life of Moses – Overcoming The Enemy | Sermon from 6/21/2015


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    God called Moses to lead the Hebrew people out of slavery in Egypt and into the Promised Land, but to do that, he had to overcome their enemy – Pharaoh. It didn’t take one miracle or one plague to overcome Pharaoh and convince him to let God’s people go, it took ten plagues. Our enemy is not overcome in a day. Our enemy doesn’t give up easily and let us go, which means that to overcome our enemy we need to be persistent.

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  • The Life of Moses – Overcoming Our Ego | Sermon from 6/14/2015


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    Facebook, Instagram and Twitter might lead us to believe that the entire world revolves around us and that people are just waiting to see our next meal or hear our next thought. Newsflash!!! The world is not centered on us, and when we can actually shift our focus from us to God – we will start to experience more of life and more from God. When God first called Moses to lead the people of Israel into the new life of the Promised Land, Moses said no again and again and again because all he could see was himself. Overcoming his ego, however, allowed Moses to be part of one of history’s greatest events – the Exodus.

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  • The Life of Moses – Overcoming Our History | Sermon from 5/7/2015


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    Moses is one of the central figures of the Old Testament and his life was a series of overcoming great obstacles. That Moses even had a life was because there were women around him who were willing to overcome their position and lack of power in the community to take courageous risks to ensure his safety. If we want to overcome our own history and where we have come from, then we need to take some courageous risks of our own. Where the world sees no possibility – God sees valuable potential and new life.

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  • Trinity | Sermon from 5/31/2015


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    Trinity is not a word found in the Bible, and yet the idea of God as “three-in-one” clearly is. Throughout the Bible God is identified as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and yet we believe in ONE God. While the Trinity often can not be explained, it’s truth has implications for our lives and faith. Explore what the trinity means for our lives.

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  • To Remind You | Sermon from 5/24/2015


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    Every day it seems that I forget more and more. Names, dates, appointments, my grocery list… it get’s frustrating at times. While some say we are more forgetful today because there is so much more we need to remember, forgetting things has always been part of the human condition that God has addressed. The #1 command in Scripture isn’t to love or obey, it is to remember. Just as Memorial Day was created to remind us of those who have served our nation, the Holy Spirit was given to remind us of God’s presence and power and purpose in our lives.

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  • The Finish Line – David Carter | Sermon from 5/17/2015


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    There’s a right way and a wrong way to do many things. Saying the words, “I forgive you” doesn’t release the person from the grudge we hold against them unless, in our hearts, we have done it. For our worship to be true, God desires a change in our heart and a reorientation of our lives.

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  • The Power of Your Words – Dan Christopher | Sermon from 5/10/2015


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    In the beginning God created and he created in a very miraculous way. For example, Genesis 1:3 says, “And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” God created by speaking. The Bible also says that we were were created in God’s image. Does this mean that we can create too and that we can create by speaking just like God?

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  • Prayers Part 2 – Lessons on Prayer from Others – Being Silent | Sermon from 5/3/2015


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    Sometimes the voice of God is hard to hear because of all the noise around us. The prophet Elijah teaches us the importance of hearing God in the silence and still moments of life. We invite you to step away from the noise of the world and join us for some moments of stillness and silence might help us experience God’s presence and hear God’s word of hope, direction and peace.

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  • Prayers Part 2 – Lessons on Prayer from Others – Being Human | Sermon from 4/26/2015


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    At the center of the Bible sits a book that feeds the heart of our faith – The Book of Psalms. The author of many of those psalms, King David, was a man who held nothing back from God when he prayed. Today those prayers continue to teach us and give us permission to share with God all our human experiences and emotions. Learn from David how Being Human is part of developing stronger prayers and a deeper faith.

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