Sermon Series
  • 1. Hurry Up And Wait

    Contributed on Dec 4, 2013
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    We don't like to wait. But God's people are often called to wait? What does it mean to wait?

    “Guidelines for Christmas: Hurry Up and Wait” Is. 40:27-31; Micah 5:2-5; Luke 1:1-10 Waiting is hard. Young children see gifts under the tree and beg to open ‘just one’ early. When told “No, you need to wait!” they respond “I can’t wait that ...read more

  • 2. Jump For Joy

    Contributed on Dec 20, 2013
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    Many have the view of the Christian life as boring, lifeless, full of duty, ritual, and restriction.yet the picture painted in Scripture is radically opposite of this view.

    “Guidelines for Christmas: Jump for Joy” Is. 35; Lk. 1:11-25 The Sunday School class for 7 year olds was barely underway when one little boy suddenly exclaimed to the teacher, “Can we hurry up? This is boring!” Immediately the little girl to his left gave him a sharp ...read more

  • 3. Fill It Up

    Contributed on Dec 20, 2013
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    Peace is frsrt and foremost a spiritual issue.

    “Guidelines for Christmas: Fill It Up” Isaiah 9:1-7; Luke 1:26-38 In a radio broadcast on September 2, the day after he accepted the Japanese surrender, General Douglas MacArthur said, “Today the guns are silent. A great victory has been won. The skies no longer rain death; ...read more

  • 4. Make A Commitment

    Contributed on Jan 3, 2014
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    To what are you committed? Why are you committed? On what basis do you make your commitments? We can learn from Mary.

    “Guidelines for Christmas: Make A Commitment” Luke 1:46-55 To what are you committed? Why are you committed? On what basis do you make your commitments? Today’s passage about Mary forces us to consider these questions about commitment. What led her to her commitment? We can ...read more