Sermon Series
  • 1. Reaching Out And Gathering In

    Contributed on Apr 24, 2007
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    Sept. 2006 Pastor’s Letter - Promoting a balanced approach to Evangelical Social Ministry, drawing on personal experience of a conservative evangelical now serving a broadly diverse independent, non-denominational community church.

    Reaching Out and Gathering In Bill Myers, Pastor On occasion I hear from old friends and former coworkers who have known me throughout portions of the almost twenty years I served in denominational churches. They find themselves amazed, and sometimes perplexed at my decision to pastor The more

  • 2. Assurance, Confidence And Joy

    Contributed on Apr 24, 2007
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    Sept. 2006 Pastor’s Letter - Part Two - The Basis for Reaching Out and Gathering In in a three-fold discipleship pattern in I John.

    Assurance, Confidence and Joy Bill Myers, Pastor In explaining the process of spiritual development, many Christians struggle to describe concisely and accurately “what comes next” in the ever-deepening walk with Jesus we usually call “discipleship.” Among the many passages that speak of the more

  • 3. Vision Tests

    Contributed on Apr 24, 2007

    Nov. 2006 Pastor’s Letter - Determining calling by examining Passions, Gifts and Experiences.

    Vision Tests Focusing on a Personal Vision There was only one letter on the first eye-chart I ever saw. It was the letter “E.” I could see it just fine. It was big and bold. I actually knew other letters at the time, but not all of my classmates in Kindergarten did. So there was just the more

  • 4. It Should Be Simple To See

    Contributed on Apr 24, 2007

    Nov. 2006 Pastor’s Letter - Emphasizing the uniquely personal nature of vision, yet the absolute necessity of sharing yours with others (and vice versa).

    It Should Be Simple to See Focusing on a Congregational Vision Bright white clouds. As I write this they are moving very swiftly past the windows of The Glenburn Community Church. So swiftly that if I were to show you the one that looks a great deal like a crab’s claws at the moment (of more

  • 5. "Upon Further Review..."

    Contributed on Apr 24, 2007
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    March 2007 Pastor’s Letter - Transformation often consumes the past in favor of the present reality of Christ; requiring us to allow the past to go peacefully to its rest.

    “Upon Further Review…” A consideration of less-than-instant replays. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect. Romans 12:2 Prior to 1950, most motion more