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A Word About the Weekend - 10.31

This Sunday, we continue with our "Jesus in His Own Words" series as we look at the I Am statements!The statement "I am the door," found inJohn 10:7, is the third of seven "I am" declarations of Jesus recorded only in John's Gospel. These "I am" proclamations point to His unique, divine identity and purpose. In this "I am" statement, Jesus colorfully points out for us th...

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A Word About the Weekend - Oct 24

JESUS IN HIS OWN WORDS Jesus spoke to the people once more and said,"I am the light of the world. If you follow me, you won't have to walk in darkness, because you will have the light that leads to life." John 8:12 Jesus had come to the temple along with many others from across the land to celebrate and commemorate the Feast of Tabernacles and was in ''The Court of the W...

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A Word About the Weekend - October 17

Join us this weekend as we kick off this brand-new sermon series entitled, "Jesus in His Own Words". We will be exploring the "I AM" statements of Jesus from the Book of John....

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A Word About The Weekend - September 19

This weekend we continue in our "Wise Up" series with a very special guest. Dr. Ray Cummings will be our guest preacher for the weekend and will share insights from the Book of Ecclesiastes that will keep us moving forward in our quest for meaning and purpose in life. Join us for Starting Point or Small Group Bible study at 9:00 am and worship at 10:30....

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A Word About The Weekend - How to live in a unpredictable world

LIVING UNDER AUTHORITYHas you boss at work ever made you angry? Have you ever struggled to live with decisions the government has made? God has placed people in positions of authority over us and established a principle that we are to honor and be submissive to these structures as long as they don't tell us to disobey God.That can be a struggle for us... especially when we...

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Reflections on Reality


Knowledge deals with the "WHAT"Understanding deals with the "WHY"Wisdom addresses the "HOW"... How do we respond to the "what" in light of the "why". God wants us to live wisely. To respond to reality... And that includes the reality of things unseen. It is important that we "WISE UP!", because there is a drastic difference between how Jesus and the world defi...

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A Word About the Weekend - Watch Your Mouth

Don't make rash promises, and don't be hasty in bringing matters before God. After all, God is in heaven, and you are here on earth. So let your words be few. Ecclesiastes 5:2 Speak Less, Sin less Has your mouth ever gotten you in trouble? There is an old saying that sometimes people let their mouth write checks that their lives can't cash. The writer of Ecclesiastes h...

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A Word About the Weekend - UNMASKING DEATH


The Book of Ecclesiastes wasn't written in our day and time but it could have been. With brutal honesty, the author wrestles through some of life's most relevant and perplexing questions and comes to some startling conclusions.What is life all about? What really matters? Is it possible to find real meaning and satisfaction? How do we face a world where death is the final ...

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A Word About the Weekend - ENJOY

Our first two messages from Ecclesiastes could be down right depressing if we didn't know that there was more coming... AND I promise - better is coming! But not quite yet. Chapter two continues to point out the fruitless nature of life "under the sun"... However, we'll also begin to see the importance of capturing the common graces of this life and enjoying them! It's...

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A Word About the Weekend - WISE UP

have seen all the things that are done under the sun; all of them are meaningless, a chasing after the wind.Ecclesiastes 1:14 One of the most well-known verses penned by Solomonis in Ecclesiastes 1:14:"I have seen all the things that are done under the sun; all of them are meaningless, a chasing after the wind." Life "under the sun" can be confusing, disorienting and i...

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