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During the last month, we learned the power that words have on others. It is noteworthy that Jesus says we are judged by how we use our words. So how can we use our words in the most positive way? Join Andy as he brings out lessons from the Paul's motivational letter to the Christians at Colassae as well as a wonderful story where Jesus bucks expec…
 
How do we separate the 'Wheat from the Tares?' Should we separate the 'Wheat from the Tares?' What is the difference between them and why do we need to know that? Join Larry as he discusses three things that could stand in your way as growing like the wheat Jesus would have you be.Autor: Larry Urbaniak
 
Sometimes, we assume that all it takes is one touch of Jesus for everything to be as it should be. However, in Mark Eight we find an account of two touches of Jesus being required. So the question is, “What’s the bench-mark for knowing if another touch is required?” The answer is, if we see anything like, “Men as trees walking,” obviously our Lord …
 
We hope that you will join us this Sunday as we complete the Sermon Series on ... as the Word. This Sunday, David Elliott will be speaking on You as The Word. The Lord has promised to be there every step of the way. The are promises to those of God that walk with Him. When you give your life to God, when you determine to do His will, then you need …
 
David Elliott will be sharing with us some practical ideas on discipleship that will help you at work or school. The ideas he will share will help you to make an impact in the areas where you work with other people. There are many outside of these walls who we interact with on a daily basis and we can make a difference in their lives. We hope you w…
 
On this Mother's Day we would like to honor the sisters in our church by talking about two very special women in Jesus' life, his good friends Martha and her sister Mary. Martha, of course, was the older and busier sister. She spent her time scurrying about the house, preparing an exquisite dinner for Jesus during his visit, while Mary spent her ti…
 
As disciples, we need to be focused on what the Master would have us be doing, learning, and serving. However, we're constant bombarded with Distractions from without, and sometimes from within. Join Andy as he walks us through identifying and avoiding our distractions from our spiritual walk.Autor: Andy Weeks
 
"How to attain and maintain a healthy spiritual disciple’s heart. Athletes that have achieved greatness in their sport all have several things in common: Xtreme workouts, disciplined diets, and a heart set on being the best. We sometimes emulate those athletes hoping if we follow their example, we will get the same results. It might be great to "Be…
 
"This Sunday will be set aside in much of Christendom to commemorate the mighty power of our God that was brought to bear when He raised His Son from the grave and declared once for all that death does not reign supreme! We've assigned many pleasant customs to this day - spacial songs and prayers that train our thoughts toward the empty tomb and th…
 
1 Thess. 5:17 "Never stop praying." Prayer is an interesting topic. Lots of religions do it. People who aren't religious, but spiritual do it. It is one of those things, that even in this day and age is so pervasive most of us think we understand it. Do we? This Sunday we will take a simple and straightforward look at the basics of how to pray (fro…
 
"The Chicken Eagle" The Bible has a lot of references to eagles! It tells us how it lives, how it flies, how it eats, how it mates, as well as how it learns. So, what do you think the chicken eagle is? Come and find out just how the eagle can heighten your Christian flight with God.Autor: Larry Urbaniak
 
Godly Sorrow Brings Repentance At one time or another we've all experienced some "guilt" in our life. Where does it come from? Does it have a place in a Christian's life? Scripture shows us that guilt can be both positive and negative. We just need to recognize the difference between positive and negative guilt.…
 
The bridegroom is a significant symbol for us when in comes to Jesus. The analogy is used by Jesus himself a few times with his disciples here on earth as well as his words to John in the book of Revelation. So it is good for us to understand what a wedding was like in Jesus' day.Do you know who picks the bride? Is it possible that she could refuse…
 
Christ-reme Uniqueness... You may be surprised how everything God does is so unique! This includes his creation; it includes each one of us! So many of us sell short what God is doing in our lives. Each of us is a special work of his. Each of us has unique ministries that no one else can match! Join Andy this Sunday as he explores our incredible un…
 
Christ-reme Love - what does it mean? It means taking the gospel seriously. It means following Jesus' commands simply and without dissembling. Christ's love meant the cross, and he calls us to deny self, take up our cross and follow him. Seeking first the Kingdom and his righteousness will fulfill all our dreams beyond what we could do or plan. Bec…
 
The Kingdom of Heaven is one that that is established, maintained and advanced by the service performed by its citizens. From the Lord Jesus to the least of His subjects. The positions of highest honor are reserved for those who are the humblest servants. It would be easy to think of those who've given their all-even their lives in service, as Extr…
 
So, what do you think extreme freedom is? God offers us such extreme freedom in Christ. The question to ask yourself is, 'Am I availing myself of everything that the Freedom in Christ offers me? Join Larry as he shows us how to make choices in your life that will help you become free to be everything you were meant to be in Christ!…
 
Mentoring is a key piece of our Christian walk. While not directly called out in scripture, examples of it appear across the New Testament as the primary means of training and growth for the apostles. This Sunday we'll look at the power of mentoring, its role in our Christian walk, and the challenges and principles for mentoring someone or being me…
 
We continued to look into being a Disciple with David's take on Today's Disciples. This is not an easy path we are asking you to join us on. 2014 will feature work, sweat and tears. You will be asked on Sunday if you are willing to take a stand together as a congregation in our journey together.Autor: David Elliott
 
Matthew 28:19 and 20 is commonly referred to as the "Great Commission". Just as commonly, it is thought to be the directive to evangelize the nations. But is that it? What makes this commission "great" is that it is an imperative from our King and Lord to "make disciples?" All that we do as Christian people and as Christian churches is to be focuse…
 
Matthew 28:19 and 20 is commonly referred to as the "Great Commission". Just as commonly, it is thought to be the directive to evangelize the nations. But is that it? What makes this commission "great" is that it is an imperative from our King and Lord to "make disciples?" All that we do as Christian people and as Christian churches is to be focuse…
 
What can we learn from Jesus' birth until the Magi visited Him. We can learn much about out Father in Heaven by how he directed and worked with the Magi. As we move from our 2013 theme of Climbing Higher to the 2014 challenge of Discipleship, David will also address the idea of "being the one". is it? Where is it? When will it begin? Or has it alre…
 
Where is the promise of his coming? For ever since our ancestors died all things are continuing as they were from the beginning of creation. (2 Peter 3:4) Have you ever found yourself weary of waiting for Christ's return? Or maybe you are secretly hoping that he doesn't come for a while because you are satisfied with the status quo. We will be disc…
 
One of the best known and most dramatic stories of a person's conversion is that of Saul of Tarsus which can be found in Acts 9:1-18. Do you ever wonder what happened to Saul after his conversion and why he made such a incredible change of direction in his life? His life is a fantastic example for us! The question we must ask ourselves is, did we c…
 
To his beloved Philippian brothers and sisters, Paul wrote, "this one thing I do". Not "a hundred things I start" or "these 10 things I try", but "this ONE thing I do". Paul was a focused individual and he encourages us to be focused too! He brought all his being to bear into pursuit of this "one thing". All his energy is put into pressing toward h…
 
There may come a season when we hit a dry spell and the trees are slowly withering and their roots cry for water. Where life seems to stay the same. Yet we want change but don't know how. We feel empty inside, but can't put the finger on the need. But seasons change, and the trees will grow and bear fruit. Where we'll find refuge in our Awesome God…
 
Elijah was a great prophet. Elisha was his disciple. Elisha picked up Elijah's mantle and wanted the authority and power of his master. He wanted to be Elijah's successor. 2 Kings 2:23-24 (KJ): "And he went up thence unto Bethel: and as he was going up by the way, there came forth little children out of the city, and mocked him, Go up, thou bald he…
 
On Orphan Sunday, Christians around the globe celebrate the love of the God who “defends the cause of the fatherless” and calls us to do the same. Ultimately, Orphan Sunday makes God’s true character and the Gospel itself visible as God’s people explore and respond to His heart for the orphan in adoption, foster care, and global orphan ministry. Jo…
 
"Why me?" This question haunts many a soul, especially when life really hurts. Why does God allow tragedy? Why do I have to work for people who do not seem to know what is going on? Why did things turn out the way they did versus the way I wanted? Will all questions be answered in a half-hour? No. Will you have some Scriptural tools to use immediat…
 
Some things are so wonderful--so impossibly wonderful... We will consider the time when Abraham laughed in reaction to God's promise. We will consider those times when God's work in our lives is so "off the radar," so beyond our hopes and our imaginations, that "I would have laughed if someone had told me..."…
 
Our series on the mind and capturing our thoughts has raised our awareness of the need for Focus, Discipline, Training, and taking Responsibility for the thoughts and intents of our mind. All of which, anointed by the Holy Spirit and enabled by Grace, lay the foundation upon which we construct a faithful life. But whatever we gain, how ever much we…
 
Did you know your mind is a battlefield? Do you understand the opposition's strengths and weaknesses? How about your own strength and weaknesses? What is your strategy for winning this battle? In Part One of a Four part sermon series on the mind, Tim will help us examine the battle, the opposition, and the effect that focus has on our minds. This i…
 
Did you know your mind is a battlefield? Do you understand the opposition's strengths and weaknesses? How about your own strength and weaknesses? What is your strategy for winning this battle? In Part One of a Four part sermon series on the mind, Tim will help us examine the battle, the opposition, and the effect that focus has on our minds. This i…
 
You are probably familiar with the old adage, "Location, location, location." It was one my father always repeated to me and how it applies to purchasing a home or property. I believe that old saying can also have application when used in a constructive way to analyze our daily Christian walk. Where we were, where we are, and where were going as we…
 
Do you ever wonder where God was worshipped in times past? There have been a few places that were appointed. How about today though and where is the site of His temple? Where can we go to serve and worship him? Join Larry as he tells us where we can worship God today.Autor: Larry Urbaniak
 
Over and over the scriptures, especially the great Apostle Paul, tell us.....no, command us.....to be joyful. Joy is not going to be handed to you on a silver platter merely because you are a Christian. We must CHOOSE joy. Join Dennis as he defines exactly what joy is and give powerful suggestions for how we can be joyful Christians REGARDLESS OF C…
 
Psalm 23 is a favorite and often quoted psalm of David. David was a shepherd who refers to the Lord as his shepherd. He tells us that the Lord's rod and staff comfort him! The question we should ask ourselves is, 'What is the difference between the rod and the staff?" They were very important symbols to David, and Larry will explore with us how thi…
 
When did you last ask God for the Holy Spirit? We know the Holy Spirit is the subject of much doctrinal debate. On any position we take on the subject, we are often swept along in the whirlpool of argument centered around the nature of the Holy Spirit. What is all too often lost in the debate is something upon which nearly every Christian can agree…
 
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