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Archive for February, 2013

  • Final Words From the Cross – “Today You Will Be With Me In Paradise” | Sermon from 2/24/2013

    Good Friday

    His first word from the cross was a prayer to forgive; his second word put that prayer into action. We continue our look at Jesus’ Final Words from the Cross and find out what Jesus’ offer of forgiveness to one of the men crucified with him means for us today.

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  • Final Words From the Cross – “Father Forgive Them…” | Sermon from 2/17/2013

    Good Friday

    We are listening to Jesus final words from the cross and will learn what they mean for our lives. It should come as no surprise that the first word we hear from Jesus is a prayer, and that the prayer is not for him but for others. But who, exactly, is Jesus asking God to forgive? And what does it mean for us to forgive?

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  • Ash Wednesday Message – “Listen” | Sermon from 2/13/2013

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    The Lenten season has traditionally been a time for Christians to focus on spiritual disciplines like prayer, fasting and reading God’s word and the goal is make our faith stronger. One of the reasons the church chose to make this season 40 days was because Jesus himself spent 40 days fasting and praying to make his own faith and life stronger.

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  • Love One Another – Dan Christopher | Sermon from 2/10/2013

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    If you ask different people what they think love is you will get a wide range of answers. In this week’s message you will hear what some kids think love is, what others have written about what love is, and what God’s Word says it is. Author Erich Fromm says, “There is hardly any activity, any enterprise, which is started with such tremendous hopes and expectations, and yet, which fails so regularly, as love.” So in this message, we will try to discover what love really is and how we can choose to love others by giving of ourselves to them.

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  • Repentance | Sermon from 2/3/2013


    Some people followed Jesus and cheered him on while others wanted to kill him. What was the difference between these two groups of people? Those who followed Jesus were all willing to change. They changed their understanding of God’s grace and love, they changed their own hearts and attitudes, and they changed their words and actions. They all changed and we call this change – REPENTANCE. No one can follow Jesus without repentance which requires both humility and an openness to God’s new life.

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