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Archive for May, 2015

  • 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


    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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