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  • Memorial For A Christian Lady

    Contributed by Adam James on Feb 24, 2017

    A short reflection I used for an active Christian lady who passed at the age of 90 years.

    One of the major themes in the book of Ecclesiastes, and certainly a theme that is reflected in our passage this afternoon, is that everything in this life, including life itself, is temporary. The author wrote that, “For everything there is a season. A time to be born and a time to die.” Words more

  • A New Beginning

    Contributed by Adam James on Jan 3, 2017
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    Often we set a New Year's Resolution, because there is a part of ourselves we are not happy with, or we want to live better than we have before. The world says we can't change. But with God, nothing is impossible.

    Who here has ever made a new year’s resolution? How many people have actually stuck with it? I have made a new year’s resolution many times. A common one for me has been to lose weight, and get into shape. However, needless to say, I never lost weight. And I came to the more

  • The Spirit Of God

    Contributed by Adam James on Nov 25, 2016

    A sermon on the power of the Holy Spirit.

    Life can get really busy, can’t it? I think that with every passing year, the pace of life increases, and we have quickly found ourselves in a culture where being busy is normal. A young doctor had just opened office and felt really excited. His secretary told him a man was here to see him. more

  • Communion

    Contributed by Adam James on Nov 25, 2016

    A communion message reflecting on Jesus' command to share the cup and break the bread in remembrance of Him.

    When we come around to a time of communion, our attention can’t help but be drawn to the two elements. We have the bread, and we have the grape juice. But these two symbols represent something bigger, and much more important that bread and juice. We are all familiar with the Last Supper more

  • Communion And Passover

    Contributed by Adam James on Oct 31, 2016

    Every ritual of the Old Testament was completely fulfilled by Christ's finished work on the cross. There was significant meaning in the bread and the wine in the Passover meal, which Jesus reinterpreted with his new covenant.

    One of the great and exciting challenges we have as Christian readers of the Old Testament, is to find Jesus in every book of the Bible. All of the festivals and rituals prescribed in the Old Testament point directly to, and are completely fulfilled by the finished work of Christ on the more

  • Purpose: Unknown

    Contributed by Adam James on Oct 31, 2016
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    It is a fact of life that we will go through times of trial, pain, and suffering. This is an encouraging sermon that reminds us that God has a plan for us, and that trials give us an opportunity to grow in faith, wisdom, and maturity.

    You know, everything happens for a reason. Even before I was saved, I seemed to have the knowing that nothing in life was a coincidence. I just knew that we encounter experiences in life for a purpose, either to learn an important life lesson, or to grow in some way, but more importantly, to more