Sermon Series
  • 1. Hold On, There’s Hope

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2016
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    Most couples when they walk down the isle think that it’s going to be Happily ever after because that’s what’s portrayed for us on the screen. But it can be a few days, months or even year, you begin to realize that marriage isn’t all happily evert after

    “Hold on, There’s Hope!” 1 Cor. 13:1-7 Our Scripture today is Paul’s letter to the church at Corinth which was experiencing a lot of turmoil and infighting as a new body of Christ. Paul’s answer was simply one word: love. This was a prescription of how the body of ...read more

  • 2. Developing Emotional Intimacy

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2016
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    There are 3 types of intimacy in marriage, kind of like a three legged stool. Sometimes we try to make it by on one or two of these but you can’t stay balanced in life and marriage without all three.This sermon is about emotional Intimacy

    Developing Intimacy in a Sex Crazed Culture 1 Corinthians 7:1-7:7 In today’s message, we’re going to look at Paul’s letter to the church at Corinth. It’s in this letter that Paul speaks more about sexuality than any other letter in the New Testament. Paul came to Corinth ...read more

  • 3. Developing Intimacy In Marriage, Part 2

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2016
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    There are 3 types of intimacy in marriage, kind of like a three legged stool. Sometimes we try to make it by on one or two of these but you can’t stay balanced in life and marriage without all three. This sermon deals with spiritual intimacy

    Developing Intimacy in Marriage, Part 2 Genesis 2:20b-24 Last week, we looked at the challenge for followers of Christ of developing intimacy in our relationships in a sex crazed world. Intimacy is like a three legged stool. You have to have all three aspects to be balanced in marriage and to ...read more

  • 4. Developing Physical Intimacy

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2016
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    While our culture has taken sex too far, the church hasn’t taken it far enough. We need to take sex back and reclaim it for the intended purposes of God. The problem is that we have not thought deeply enough about it, that is from God’s perspective.

    Physical Intimacy Song of Solomon A young pastor was once asked to preach a sermon on sex. Being somewhat reserved, he found himself embarrassed when he came to write the word “sex” while writing his sermon. To remove this discomfort, he decided to simply put the letter ...read more

  • 5. Help! I’ve Married The Wrong Person!

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2016
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    Jacob rolls over in the morning and the woman beside him is not the woman of his dreams. The same thing has happened to many couples. We wake up one day and think we’ve married the wrong person. What are you to do?

    Help! I’ve Married the Wrong Person! Genesis 29:15-30 Bob Moeller writes: "I never met my grandmother. She died on the dusty, lonely plains when my father was 17 years old. Yet my father credits her with pointing him toward God. A few summers ago, when I attended a large family reunion, I ...read more

  • 6. Counting The Cost Of Finance

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2016
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    Money and Marriage. there’s 3 major reasons couples get divorced: communication problems, infidelity but money tops the list

    Counting the Cost of Finance Acts 4:32-37 Dave Ramsey tells the story of feeling as lost as a ball in tall weeds. He felt that life was out of control, he had no sense of power and there was a deep sense of dread creeping over him like shadows on a cold wintry day. He found himself sitting at his ...read more

  • 7. When Things Don’t Work Out

    Contributed on Feb 7, 2016
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    what does Jesus have to say about divorce? In our Scripture today, the Pharisees asked Jesus, "Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife for any reason?"

    When Things Don’t Work Out Matthew 19: 1-12 Scott Grant writes about a Time Magazine article where Caitlin Flanagan observes that, while the divorce culture has become a fact of life over the past twenty-five years, the middle class has turned weddings into “overwrought exercises in ...read more