Sermon Series
  • 1. The Journey Of Transformation

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2011
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    Being a follower of Jesus is more than just admiring Him from a distance or giving him our time on Sunday mornings. It is literally taking on the person, the mind, and the heart of Jesus. We are called to be worshippers with our whole lives not just an au

    The Journey of Transformation Romans 12:1-3 Kyle Idelman writes, It was a Thursday afternoon, and I was sitting in our sanctuary where 30,000 people would soon be coming to one of our Easter services. I had no idea what I was going to say to them. I could feel the pressure mounting. I sat there ...read more

  • 2. Transforming Our Narratives

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2011
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    Our lives are made up with stories. We are a people of the story. We love stories. We’re raised with stories and when something happens to us, we turn it into a story. This series is based on James Bryan Smith’s study, Apprentice of Jesus.

    Transforming Our Narratives Romans 12:1 Ben Hooper was born in Newport, TN in 1870 out of wedlock, to Sarah Wade. As a result, he had a tough childhood, being taunted by others. When he went into town, he could see people staring at him, making guesses as to who his father was. At school children ...read more

  • 3. Retraining The Mind, Body And Soul

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2011
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    If we are to run the race in life that God has set for us, we must develop a lifestyle of training to be like Jesus. As one noted basketball coach once stated, “The will to win is not nearly as important as the will to prepare to win.”

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    Retraining the Mind, Body and Soul Ephesians 4:22-24 In the ancient Greek Olympic games, an athlete would begin training at least 10 months before the race. This training involved rigorous discipline including the athlete’s diet, his sleep habits, exercise routine, and daily running.
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  • 4. Plugging Into God

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2011
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    God desires a relationship with us, so first we have to make space for God. The second step is to connect to God. But the problem is we aren’t connected to God or even other people. And if we are, it’s infrequent and usually casual or shallow. That leads

    Plugging Into God John 15:5-8 In this sermon series, we’re asking you to look at yourself through a new lens, as that of an apprentice of Jesus. An apprentice is someone who is bound to another for a certain amount of time to learn an art or trade in which the master is an expert. To be a ...read more