Sermon Series
  • 1. A Message For People Like Me

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2011
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    This message from a series that looks at God's desire for us to live life in a way that avoids being overloaded and overextended.

    We are overloaded!!! Americans are living their lives at a break-neck pace, pushing the limits to live up to the expectations put on them by society. When compared to lives fifty years ago we see that there is something conspicuously missing. Our lives have very little time and space; if any. ...read more

  • 2. No Place, No Space = No Grace

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2011
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    This message from a series that looks at God's desire for us to live life in a way that avoids being overloaded and overextended.

    Living life, parenting, retirement and ministry can all become burdensome. These burdens can often be almost more than we can bear. We have grown to accept this as a part of living life in the twenty-first century. Imagine if you will if Jesus would have chosen to live in modern America rather than ...read more

  • 3. Chill Out And Breathe

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2011
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    This message is from a series that looks at God's desire for us to live life in a way that avoids being overloaded and overextended.

    Busyness and productivity are values that seem to be held high in our culture. In fact, these values are looked on quite favorably in the church. We often live as though busyness is next to Godliness. Dr. J. Grant Howard describes our culture this way, “Some people can’t say no. They ...read more

  • 4. How Much Is That Doggy In The Window?

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2011
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    This message is from a series that looks at God's desire for us to live life in a way that avoids being overloaded and overextended.

    In 1952 Patti Page recorded a song written Bob Merrill that asked this question, “How much is that doggy in the window?” The lyrics of the song are quite catchy and the little arf, arf scattered throughout the song is quite cute. However, when examined closely the lyrics reflect an ...read more