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Colossians 3:12-17

April 7, 2024

In this sermon, Brendon teaches on the core truth from this Scripture passage: I am His chosen love. So I will: choose to love; be ruled by the peace of Christ; and give thanks. Listen in this week, as we look at holy living in the sermon series: Mature in Christ.

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Bill Jenkin III

February 25, 2024

One of our missionaries, Bill Jenkin III, is the guest speaker today. He introduces us to the apostle Paul from Acts 9. He teaches about Saul’s transformation to Paul and how the Lord used him in mighty ways. Bill gave 4 tips for reading scripture: 1- Read it like you’ve never read it before, 2 – Ask God to help you visualize, 3 – Ask God to help you understand it, and 4 – Ask God to help make application to our lives. Listen in this week, as Bill Jenkin III shares with us. Also a reminder to keep reading the book of Colossians.

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Matthew 9:9-17

December 31, 2023

In this new series, we are encouraged to head into the new year refreshed and renewed in our faith.

In this sermon, Brendon teaches that Jesus calls us to a new life:

-With others, so: abandon isolation

-Clothed in Him, so: don’t reduce Him to a patch

-Filled with His Spirit, so: be the single purpose vessel He made

Listen in this week to Renew – following Jesus into the New Year.

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Ecclesiastes 5:8-6:12

October 1, 2023

In this sermon, Kent Wallace teaches on being present for all the days you have left. He teaches that Solomon warns against: 1- being frustrated with leaders, 2-wealth without life, 3-family without relationship, 4-questioning God’s plan. Listen in this week, as we look at how to be present in the sermon series: Living Life Backward.

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Matthew 12:38-42

August 6, 2023

In this sermon, Brendon teaches that Christ’s resurrection is a sign that demands a response. We are to respond to Christ’s work: 1- in repentance, 2 – with faithful hope and 3 – by living accountably. Listen in this week, as we learn about the sign of Jonah in the sermon series: Grace, for when you are in over your head.

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Revelation 3:14-22

July 2, 2023

In this sermon, Brendon wraps us the Conquer sermon series with a message about the church in Laodicea. He teaches we must choose Christ’s riches because Christ can be trusted, His riches last and His riches heal. He goes on to say that we conquer by choosing Christ’s riches: 1- see our need for Him, 2 – be zealous and 3 – repent. Listen in this week, as we look at the “lukewarm” church of Laodicea.

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Joshua 3:1-6

June 4, 2023

In this sermon, Brendon challenges the graduates and all of us to follow God into the future by trusting Him as our Lord and Savior, by being set apart and by being with His people. Listen in this week, as we learn to trust Christ more.

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Haggai 1:1-15

May 28, 2023

In this sermon, our guest speaker, Pastor Jack Miller teaches from the book of Haggai and asks “What do we need to hear from God today?” He teaches that we must make God a priority in our lives, pay attention to God’s correction and obey His Word. Listen in this week, as we learn about “A Stirring Up”.

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George Collins on 1 Thess. 2

April 30, 2023

In this sermon, our guest speaker and missionary, George Collins, taught on the relational aspects of outgoing ministry, using Paul as the example to follow. Paul showed acceptance like a brother, caring like a mother and offered advice like a father to the people he met. Listen in this week, to the message given by George Collins.

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Why thorns?

April 2, 2023

In this sermon, Brendon works to answer a question about why God doesn’t rid the world of struggles or make us into perfect people. Brendon teaches about Paul’s journey and the “thorns” he encountered in his life. He preaches that God is working in our weakness by giving us grace, finishing His work in us and covering us with His power. Listen in this week, as we hear how His grace is sufficient so we are to put our trust in Him.