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Sermon Series August 28- September 4,2022
 
There are several stories in the Bible that cause you to stop and say, Wait, What?”  Even though they are weird, gross and bizarre, they have a purpose.  God wants to teach us something through these strange stories.
Sermon Series August 7- August 21,2022
 
 
 
This three-week series helps show the importance of not just following rules or abstaining from sin but pursuing and seeking after the things of God. As summer winds down and fall activities kick back up, we need to center our lives on the right pursuits.
 
Sermon Series July 10- July 31,2022
 
 
Three Big Characteristics of Christians are listed at the end of First  Corinthians 13
And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. But the greatest of these is love.” (NIV)
Sermon Series May 8- June 26,2022
 
 
Experts say that every day every one of us will speak 500- 700 words of actual value. The rest is all filler. This series is about 8 valuable words that can change your life. 
Sermon Series April 24- May 1, 2022
Why isn’t this working?  We ask this of every electronic device in our lives (televisions, cell phones, wireless routers, etc.). Sometimes we ask it about our faith.  Faith That Works is a series about four core issues upon which you can build a faith that works:  A Community, A Mission, Worship and Prayer. 
Sermon Series March 27- April 17, 2022
Eight hundred years before the Crucifixion, the prophet Isaiah described Jesus as being pierced for our transgressions and he was crushed for iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed. His wounds are a reminder we are no longer a hostage to sin. 

Sermon Series March 6- March 20,2022

When you ask someone what comes to mind when they hear the word “Church”, be prepared for any kind of a response.
Some think of a building they walk into.  Others think of an organization, or some denomination.
The church is simply a family.   When the The Apostle Paul writes a letter to the church in Ephesus, he describes them as God’s holy people who are members of God’s very own family. (Ephesians 2:19)
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