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For the week of June 25 - August 1 Sermon Series: (SELF) - CONFIDENT Week 5: Just Lying There...

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For the week of June 18 - 24 Sermon Series: (SELF) - CONFIDENT Week 4: Let Go... And Hold On!...

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For the week of June 11 - 17 Sermon Series: (SELF) - CONFIDENT Week 3: Bless... You!...

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For the week of June 4 - 10 Sermon Series: (SELF) - CONFIDENT Week 2: In Search Of Love...

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For the week of May 28 - June 3 Sermon Series: (SELF) - CONFIDENT Week 1: The Confidence Paradox...

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For the week of May 21 - 27 Sermon Series: FOMO Week 4: Turn Someday Into Today...

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For the week of May 14 - 20 Sermon Series: FOMO Week 3: Just Say Yes...

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For the week of May 7 - 13 Sermon Series: FOMO Week 2: Affluenza...

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For the week of April 30 - May 6 Sermon Series: FOMO Week 1: Burn The Plow...

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For the week of April 23 - 29 Sermon Series: You Were Made for More...

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For the week of April 16 - 22 Sermon Series: Journey to the Empty Tomb Week 5: He is Risen...Indeed...

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For the week of April 9 - 15 Sermon Series: Journey to the Empty Tomb Week 4: Silent Saturday...

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For the week of April 2 - 8 Sermon Series: Journey to the Empty Tomb Week 3: Good Friday - The Agenda...

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For the week of March 26 - April 1 Sermon Series: Journey To The Empty Tomb Week 2: The Scarlet Thread ...

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For the week of March 19 - 25 Sermon Series: Journey to the Empty Tomb Week 1: Palm Sunday - Lamb Selection Day...

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Your Days Are Numbered Psalm 90:1-12

We are very time-conscious people. In fact, one of the most common questions the average person asks is: "What Time Is It?" But given the fact that our lives go by so quickly, perhaps a better question would be: "What Am I Doing With My Time?" Join us this Sunday as we explore the life and words of Moses, and discover how to spend our time wisely....

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Defining Moments

Have you ever thought about the fact that one single moment in your life, even one little decision, can change the course of your life forever? It's a little unnerving to think about, actually. Think back to a moment in your past that changed your life. Maybe it was your first day of school? Maybe it was your choice of a major in college or a vocation in life? Maybe it was...

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'Magnify" - An Unexpected Song

This Sunday, we're wrapping up our 'Unexpected' Christmas Series with an unexpected song. After many hours of study of this passage, I'm convinced that the depth of insight and compelling nature of Mary's song will blow your mind! Join us Sunday as we explore the secret of Mary's faithfulness and the implications for our lives today....

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Unexpected...Mother!

We often use the phrase "she's expecting" to describe a pregnant woman. In Mary's case, it was just the opposite. The birth of Jesus to a young virgin was the most unexpected birth in the history of the world. This Sunday, journey with us through the Christmas story and learn invaluable life lessons from the "mother" of our Lord. Expect the unexpected!...

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'Unexpected Light'

"The people walking in darkness have seen a great light;
 on those living in the land of deep darkness a light has dawned.” Isaiah 9:2 In the midst of all of our Christmas shopping, decorations, cards, presents and parties… we're in danger of missing the true meaning of Christmas. Even our "religious" celebrations can miss the mark if they focus on...

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Won't You Be My Neighbor?

In an attempt to dodge the Great Commandment (love God with all you have and your neighbor as yourself), and justify himself, an 'expert in the law' once asked Jesus... "Who exactly is my neighbor?' But Jesus didn't answer his question directly... instead, He told a classic story that asks and answers the question: 'What kind of person is able to be a good neighbor?' Join...

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They Say: "Time Changes Everything"

They say: "Time changes everything." And we live in the most rapidly changing culture in human history - a highly creative, innovative period of time. Things seem to be changing at breakneck speed - and sometimes we like those changes, sometimes we don't. But either way, how do we cope? What can we count on in an ever-changing world? Join us this weekend as we talk...

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Pursue Pleasure...In God

“All men seek 'pleasure.' This is without exception. Whatever different means they employ, they all tend to this end. The cause of some going to war, and of others avoiding it, is the same desire in both, attended with different views. The will never takes the least step but to this object. This is the motive of every action of every man, even of those who han...

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100 X

There’s a huge difference between salvation and rewards in the Christian life. Salvation is a free gift of God, received by faith alone. Rewards are earned through faithfulness in following Christ and sacrificing for Him. Most Christians don’t pursue the latter with much diligence. But what if following Jesus and making sacrifices for Him offered a huge payof...

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