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Sun, Jul 04, 2021
Join us on this 4th of July as we gather not to celebrate political freedom but to worship Jesus, for his complete work on the cross, and our God & Father, for adopting us as co-heirs with His Son. Through Jesus' work we have not only been justified, but we have been made heirs with Him, members of His family. Through Jesus' saving work God didn't just save us back to a neutral state, he vaulted us to an elevation high above our station -- we have gone from slaves to heirs. In being a child there are rights, privilege, and freedom to live secure in the knowledge of our Father's great LOVE for us and desire to have a relationship with us. Listen to hear more!

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Sun, Mar 07, 2021
Join us for the 8th week in our series studying 1 Corinthians. In Chapter 10 Paul warns against spiritual arrogance. Redemption does not prevent future sin therefore, let anyone who thinks they stand take heed lest they fall. The fight with temptation is a close combat fight and exhausting - yet God is faithful, will provide a way out for us, and our trials can refine us and make us purer for His service.

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Sun, Oct 04, 2020
Join us for the 3rd week in our series on the Life and Times of Samuel.

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Fri, Jul 24, 2020

Join us as we conclude our three part series in the book of Esther. Consider with us Esther, how she is transformed and used by God to save her people. As we look at the events, do we recognize the providence of God in the situation? The exultation of the King accomplishes God's purpose through all of eternity. Do we notice these things in our own life?
Sun, Jun 14, 2020

This is the second of three messages on the book of Esther. Today we continue with the the narrative and see that deliverance will come - even if we don't know how or from where in the moment; God's providence is active involvement - demonstrated again & again in this small Old Testament book and again & again in our lives today.
Sun, Mar 08, 2020
Series: Esther
Part 1 in a 3-part sermon on the book of Esther. Today we look at the book of Esther examining the background and backdrop of the timeframe and people involved in this story as a basis for the next 2 parts in the series. As we see both good and bad woven into this history we are reminded that God orchestrates these - and all - events so that His divine purposes stand and He uses imperfect people to accomplish His will. Stay tuned for the second and third sermons on this book in June and July!
Sun, Nov 24, 2019
Week 11, the final week, in our series on Peter an Apostle of Jesus Christ.
Sun, Sep 08, 2019
As we consider Worshiping a holy God we must examine the point of our worship and what we're trying to achieve through our worship. Who is the subject of our worship? Does He command a certain kind of worship? How do the answers to those questions apply to us today?
Sun, Feb 10, 2019
Week 4 of our series in Jeremiah. There is a great gulf between boasting in self sufficiency and boasting in God; scripture from so long ago reads similar to what it would be in today's headlines - the idea that accomplishments are to be celebrated as our own rather than credited to God. This passage in Jeremiah is a striking example of the contrast between a man-centered worldview and one that is God-centered.
Sun, Dec 09, 2018
Week 14 of our series - Training the Twelve. In this final week, and final chapter, John includes an epilogue of sorts in chapter 21 during the time between Jesus' resurrection and His ascension. The disciples had gone fishing and Jesus chooses to meet them, provide for them, allow them the joy of participating, and impart a very important message - one that contains His hearts desire to those who know Him and want to serve Him.
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