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  • Living the Life of a Saint – Prayer | Sermon from 11/24/2013


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    The foundation of every saint’s life is Prayer. Prayer is what connects us into the spirit and power of God which makes being a blessing to others through our heroic service possible. Hear how God wants us to pray with faith and power and as we join together to Pray and Give Thanks.

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  • Living the Life of a Saint – Blessed | Sermon from 11/17/2013


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    Jesus said that we will do greater works than He did, does that include performing miracles? While it may not mean we need to walk on water or turn water to wine, living the blessed life of a saint does mean filling our lives with miracles …and we can! This time we’ll learn how God is calling us to be miracle workers and bless our world today.

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  • Living the Life of a Saint – Heroic | Sermon from 11/10/2013


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    What does it mean to be a hero? As followers of Jesus it has nothing to do with fame, fortune or the number of followers we have on twitter! The heroic life of a saint reflects the life of Jesus which was filled with good works. This time we explore living the life of a saint by learning the four qualities of being a hero.

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  • Living the Life of a Saint – Servant | Sermon from 11/3/2013


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    Saints are ordinary people who live extraordinary lives with and for God. This month we will examine what living the life of a saint is all about by looking at four specific characteristics of sainthood: being a servant, being heroic in virtue, being blessed with a deep love for God and others, and being powerful in prayer. As we grow in these areas we became the saints of tomorrow.

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  • Soul Detox – Toxic Comparisons | Sermon from 10/29/2013


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    Homes, cars, jobs, marriages, kids, toys, looks… we always seem to want what other people have. The toxic power of envy is strong and the only way to overcome it is to learn to be thankful for what we do have. As we end our Soul Detox series by learning how Jesus truly can be our full heart’s desire. A heart at peace gives life to the body, but envy rots the bones. Proverbs 14:30

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  • Soul Detox – Toxic Culture | Sermon from 10/20/2013


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    There is no question that our culture is filled with toxins that invade our eyes, ears, hearts and minds at every turn. It’s all around us and the only way to come clean and stay clean in this world is to make wise choices about the media and messages we consume. Find out how to “be transformed by the renewing of our minds.” (Romans 12:2).

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  • Soul Detox – Toxic Beliefs | Sermon from 10/13/2013


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    “I’m no good. I’ll always fail. After all I’ve done, God could never love me. I have to take care of myself because there is no one (not even God) who will take care of me.” These kinds of toxic thoughts fill our minds and hearts daily and the only way to fight these lies is with the truth of God. Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure… think about these things. Philippians 4:8

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  • Soul Detox – Toxic Relationships | Sermon from 10/6/2013


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    Toxic people are simply going to be part of our lives and maybe even part of our family. This time we look at how to deal with these unhealthy relationships by creating healthy boundaries that protect our hearts and lives, and strengthen our primary relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

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  • Soul Detox – Toxic Fears | Sermon from 9/29/2013


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    For most adults, our fears fall into four categories: fear of loss, fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of the unknown. (From Craig Groeschel’s book, Soul Detox) Join us as we explore the spiritual toxin of fear and how it holds us back in faith, relationships and life. There is only way to overcome our fear and that is trust God. I sought the Lord and he answered me; He delivered me from all my fear. Psalm 34:4

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  • Soul Detox – Toxic Words | Sermon from 9/22/2013


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    “Many people today aren’t fully aware of the forces stunting their spiritual growth. We embrace toxic words, relationship and media and remain oblivious to their long-term effects. It’s time we come clean.” (From Craig Groeschel’s book, Soul Detox). For the next six weeks we will not only identify these dangerous toxins at work in our lives but find biblical and practical ways to “come clean” (live faithfully). Learn how to overcome the negative words said about ourselves and others by focusing on positive words filled with grace and truth. Our words have the power of life or death. Proverbs 18:21

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