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  • Experiencing Christmas – By A Different Road | Sermon from 12/30/2012


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    There are 3 lessons we learn from the Magi for the New Year:
    1. Bow down and worship Jesus – surrender yourself to Jesus as Savior and Lord
    2. Open your treasures to Jesus – make all our treasures (money, time, gifts and abilities) available to God.
    3. Go home by a different road – set new priorities.

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  • Experiencing Christmas – Christmas Eve – Don’t Put Christmas Away | Sermon from 12/24/2012


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    When will your Christmas decorations come down? When you put them away, don’t put the message of Christmas away with them. The Christmas message is that God is with us and that God meets our need for salvation in the person of Jesus which means there is always hope.

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  • Experiencing Christmas – The Best Gift… for Jesus | Sermon from 12/23/2012


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    The best gift we can give is not something we buy and wrap and place under a tree but our love expressed in action. What gift will you give to Jesus this season?

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  • Experiencing Christmas – Never Home Alone | Sermon from 12/16/2012


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    In the movie Home Alone, the parents forget their son when they go on vacation, but God never forgets us. The story of Christmas is that God comes to be with us so we are never home alone. Not only is God with us, but God provides people for us. Mary had Joseph. Elizabeth had Zechariah. Mary and Joseph got assurance from the shepherds. How will we make sure others aren’t home alone?

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  • Experiencing Christmas – Give Up On Perfection | Sermon from 12/09/2012


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    Life get’s messy, but in the midst of the mess – God shows up. Life got messy for Joseph. His engagement was not turning out the way he thought it would, but God showed up and told him it was ok. God was in his mess and God is in our mess – always.

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  • Experiencing Christmas – Expect a Miracle | Sermon from 12/02/2012


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    During the season of Advent we need to focus on PRESENCE not PRESENTS. The miracle we celebrate this season is God coming to be with us and what God can do in us and through us when we give ourselves to Him. Like Mary we are ordinary people, but if we are willing to surrender to God’s Holy Spirit, we will see and experience the miracle of God’s presence in our lives.

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  • The “WOW” of Thanks-Giving | Sermon for 11/25/2012


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    Don’t let Black Friday (or Thursday!) crowd out your Thanksgiving. Instead, keep the season of giving thanks alive long after the turkey is gone by learning how one simple word can help us give thanks in all circumstances. This Sunday join us as we explore the “WOW” of Thanks-Giving.

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  • 3 Simple Rules – Stay In Love With God | Sermon for 11/18/2012


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    The last of John Wesley’s three general rules is to stay in love with God and one way he encouraged people to do that was through the worship of God. While these three rules may be simple, they are not easy and we need the love and support of one another to help us run this race of faith.

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  • 3 Simple Rules – Do Good | Sermon for 11/12/2012


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    It is not enough to do no harm, we must also be proactive and “do good”. Join us this week as we continue to explore John Wesley’s “3 Simple Rules” and learn how love in action is “doing good.”

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  • 3 Simple Rules – Do No Harm | Sermon for 11/04/2012


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    While we seem to make things more complicated, God has always tried to keep the living of our faith simple.  God gave us 1 guiding principle, “love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength.”  Jesus gave us 2 great commandments, “love God and love your neighbor ” and in speaking to the early Methodists, John Wesley gave 3 General Rules, “do no harm, do good, and stay in love with God.”  Join us this week as we look at the first of these 3 rules, do no harm.

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