Sermons

The Power of Words

The Power of Words

Sigmund Freud once said “Words have a magical power.  They can either bring the greatest happiness or the deepest despair.”  The apostle Paul encourages the church in Ephesus to use words in ways that…

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More Than Enough

In a world that often operates with a scarcity mindset, where the fear of not having enough leads to greed and hoarding, the story of Jesus feeding the 5000 invites us to live into…

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Jesus or John Wayne?

Jesus, or John Wayne?

What should we make of the Christian Nationalism that we see in some parts of the Church?  How does the desire for John Wayne-type heroes conflict with the way of Jesus and the identity…

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Hidden Gems

Hidden Gems

David in the Old Testament was a hidden gem because he didn’t fit the world’s criteria for a King. In God’s Kingdom, everything that is hidden will eventually be brought to light: hidden gems,…

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Torn Between Two Families

Torn Between Two Families

Because of divided loyalties and different values, Christians sometimes find themselves torn between two families—their biological family of origin, and the Church, the family of God.  How shall we act when this happens? Speaker:…

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