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  • You CAN Go Home Again – God Sustains a Homecoming | Sermon from 9/7/2014


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    We CAN come home again, but that journey isn’t always easy. Returning to God and living the life God has for us can be a challenge at times, but God will be with us along the way. Hagar was a woman who felt like everyone and everything was working against her so she ran away. God tells her she CAN go home again, but it was going to be hard. Through the difficult times, however, God was with her and God is with us too. Hear how God’s presence and power can sustain us on our journey home.

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  • You CAN Go Home Again – God Promises a Homecoming | Sermon from 8/31/2014


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    While it may have been awhile since you have been in church or felt close to God, you CAN go home again! No matter what you have done or where you have been, God wants us all to come home and enter into a relationship with Him. Over the next three weeks we will look at different “coming home” stories in the Bible and see that God promises that there is a home waiting for us (not just in heaven but right here and now), He sustains us on the journey and then celebrates our arrival. So forget that old saying – you CAN go home again!

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  • The Pause That Refreshes – Dick Snyder | Sermon from 8/24/2014


    Jesus in the Sky-web

    What do Spring Creek, Gideon, log cutting, Coca-Cola, Holy Communion, Saul and Walt Disney World have in common? Listen and it will be made clear. Gain insight as to how to get refreshed for another week in today’s world.

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  • Blessed to be Blessing | Sermon from 8/17/2014


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    Even in the midst of all the tension and turmoil we see around us, we are blessed by God. God gives to us generously, loves us deeply and shares with us the gift of life abundant and life eternal, but these blessings aren’t to be held on to, they are to be shared. God blesses us so that we can be a blessing to others! Learn how to bless others by giving, loving and living life to the fullest.

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  • Principles for Everyday Leaders – Vision | Sermon from 8/10/2014


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    What we see makes all the difference and how we live determines what we see. While those around him could only see problems too big to overcome, Caleb saw a BIG God who could lead them to victory. As we come to the end our series on Leadership Principles, we will explore how a life of passion, courage, commitment, generosity, celebration, wisdom and initiative will help us see what it is God wants and needs us to see. Find out how to cultivate and sustain a God-given VISION.

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  • Principles of Everyday Leaders – Initiative | Sermon from 8/3/2014


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    While many people can see opportunities and needs, leaders are those who step up and step out to do something about them. Taking the initiative always involves risk and often involves failure, but the rewards can be priceless – just ask Peter. Peter was an ordinary fisherman when Jesus called him to the opportunity of a lifetime – to become a fisher of men and women. Learn how the initiative of Peter made him a great leader, led him to great experiences and how we can take more of an initiative in our own lives.

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  • Principles for Everyday Leaders – Wisdom | Sermon from 7/27/2014


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    By the way she lived her life, most people would have assumed this woman had no wisdom at all, but by acting on the knowledge of Jesus given to her, we come to see her as more wise than the disciples. The woman at the well shows us that wisdom is having the right knowledge AND knowing how to use that knowledge for the benefit of ourselves and others. Learn how to grow in wisdom so that our leadership can be effective.

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  • Principals for Everyday Leaders – Celebration | Sermon from 7/20/2014


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    All work and no play makes Jack and dull boy. This modern proverb was first published by James Howell in 1659 but it is a biblical principle that can be found all through the Bible. Throughout history God has called his people to celebrate; celebrate the Passover, celebrate God’s goodness, celebrate God’s righteousness, and Jesus told stores about how the kingdom of God is feast to celebrate. Heaven itself is a celebration – a royal wedding feast. Good leaders understand the need to help people celebrate and this week we will celebrate in worship and learn what’s involved in true, God-honoring celebration.

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  • Principals for Everyday Leaders – Generosity | Sermon from 7/13/2014


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    Generosity isn’t about giving a big gift one day, it’s about giving big parts of our lives away every day. Generosity involves joyfully giving away our time, energy, talents, resources, possessions and money in order to add value to others. Learn from King Saul’s son, Jonathan, how to develop our own lives of generosity.

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  • Principles for Everyday Leaders – Commitment | Sermon from 7/6/2014


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    On July 4th we celebrated 238 years of freedom as a nation because men and women were committed to a cause. They were “sold-out” and “all-in” for establishing a nation where people could experience the fullness of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”. Commitment is important to all leaders because commitment leads directly to action.

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