Sermon Series
  • 1. A Compelling Commitment: 3 Stories, 3 Views

    Contributed on Jan 9, 2008
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     | 3,157 views

    God is committed to us and we are called to be committed to Him. The mutual search reflects the value seen in the one being pursued.

    A compelling commitment: 3 stories, 3 views I once borrowed a tan, leather sports coat from my brother. He was not using it, and I was headed back to college, so he lent it to me for the semester. I liked it so much that I brought it back next semester, but I didn’t tell him. I hung it in the ...read more

  • 2. Being All Wet ... And Admitting It

    Contributed on Feb 9, 2008
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     | 1,177 views

    Everything we say and do should be consistent with who we are.

    Being all wet ... and admitting it James 3:9-13 When, as a kid, I was obviously ignorant and wrong, my dad used to say I was "all wet." I guess that is something more than being wet behind the ears. He saw some of the weird things I said and decided I was more wet than just around the ears. ...read more

  • 3. Going With The Flow, Embracing Change

    Contributed on Feb 9, 2008
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     | 8,929 views

    What God is about to do is so great, and so important and so impressive that what He has done in the past pales in comparison. If you persist in holding too tightly to the greatness of what He did in the past, you will miss the greatness of what He is goi

    Going with the flow, embracing change Isaiah 43:16-21 God’s changelessness is a powerful and important doctrine in our faith. God is not a man, that he should lie, nor a son of man, that he should change his mind. Does he speak and then not act? Does he promise and not fulfill? (Numbers ...read more

  • 4. Don't Get Tired

    Contributed on Feb 9, 2008
    based on 22 ratings
     | 16,659 views

    Everyone has bad days. Everyone stumbles. Even the best of us fail. What will you do?

    Don’t get tired Galatians 6:7-10 I had a friend in college who used to say, "get behind early, that way you have plenty of time to catch up." His philosophy was supported by the assumption that nobody could keep up. You might as well fall behind in a way that makes sense. Right? ...read more