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A Word From Our Pastor

A WORD FROM OUR PASTOR Hey Friends, As you may know, I recently decided to delete my personal social media accounts and focus my online efforts toward our church toward ministry. I decided to do this for three reasons: Family: I don't want my wife and children and friends remembering me with a phone constantly in front of my face. Stephanie is the love of my life and...

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Revival Praying

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"Let's not miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, folks. The most important thing we can do, THE opportunity before the church right now is this Gospel moment. It's not the "reset" of a slower pace of life; it's not a change in political leadership. That's not the main thing in God's mind. It is the eternal destiny of human souls...Pray for an outpouring of the revelati...

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Living in Obedience.

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"Make vows to the Lord your God and fulfill them; let all the neighboring lands bring gifts to the One to be feared." Psalm 76:11 Today... You have decisions to make.Today... Your beliefs will shape your behaviors.Today... Every man will walk in the shadow of the first or of the second Adam (Adam or Jesus). You will walk in the darkness and death of Adam's failure or...

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Good News From the Graveyard

Sermon Notes for Easter 2020HERE HE IS RISEN, INDEED!...

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Invited into God's Presence

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How could we be granted an audience with God? What happened? In a word, someone opened the curtain. Someone tore down the veil. Something happened in the death of Christ that opened the door for you and me. And that something is described by the writer of Hebrews. So, brothers and sisters, we are completely free to enter the Most Holy Place without fear because of the b...

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Here's Your Sign

HERE'S YOUR SIGN The framer of our destiny is familiar with our denseness. God knows we sometimes miss the signs. Maybe that's why he has given us so many. The rainbow after the flood signifies God's covenant. Circumcision identifies God's chosen, and the stars portray the size of his family. Even today, we see signs in the New Testament church. Communion is a sign of h...

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The F-E-A-T that Demonstrates the FACT of the Resurrection

Mythologies 27:22-41 -When they had crucified him, above his head they placed the written charge against him: THIS IS JESUS, THE KING OF THE JEWS. Those who passed by hurled insults at him, shaking their heads and saying, "You who are going to destroy the temple and build it in three days, save yourself! Come down from the cross, if you are the Son of God!" In the same w...

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Corona Virus Could Kill Consumer Christianity

One of the potential positive effects of COVID-19 on Christianity is that the epidemic is likely to kill off consumer Christianity, at least in the short term. And while there is certainly plenty to lament about how this crisis is wrecking lives, economies, and unraveling all the world's plans in stunningly rapid fashion, the virus's attack on comfortable Christianity c...

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What Forgiveness Looks Like

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A follow up to Sunday's message on forgiveness... Scripture tells us to pray, "forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors".. What does that look like to fully forgive? How do we know when we have truly forgiven? What does forgiveness look like? The answer will vary depending on the person involved what they did to you. Here are a few helpful guidelines (shared from R...

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A Lack of Forgiveness

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Yesterday, I spoke on Forgiveness from Matthew 6:12. I mentioned that I would share this week some additional insights. Here goes day 1. What happens when we refuse to forgive? Here are ten consequences of an unforgiving spirit. 1. Our fellowship with the Father is blocked. 2. The Holy Spirit is grieved. 3. Your prayers will not be answered. 4. God leaves you alone to fa...

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