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  • Social Justice, Civil Disobedience, Unity, And The Bible

    Contributed by Jody Marsh on Aug 15, 2020

    There is no shortage of issues dividing our country and our church today. Should we, as Christians get involved in these issues? If so, which ones? And to what extent should we get involved?

    Social Justice, Civil Disobedience, Unity, and the Bible Great Power Point slides are available. Email There is no shortage of issues dividing our country and our church today. Here is a list. Feel free to add to it: gun control, abortion, vaccines, climate change, drug more

  • Eisodus After Exodus (A Way In After A Way Out)

    Contributed by Martin Kiogora on May 22, 2020
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    Salvation is a story of Exodus. It is a story of God intervening and rescuing us from sin and its effects. It is a story of deliverance from the world of sin to God's perfect world. This sermon is about salvation, redemption, and the blessed hope.

    [THIS SERMON WAS DELIVERED LIVE IN A FACEBOOK GROUP ON 11TH APRIL, 2020. IT IS POSTED HERE WITH MINOR EDITS. THE STARS **** INDICATE A TRANSITION IN THOUGHT AND INTENSITY OF DELIVERY] Welcome to our live stream service. My name is pastor________and I am so thankful for you joining us today. If more

  • And The Storm Rages On

    Contributed by Norbert Garcia on Apr 25, 2020

    With all the storms that we confront in life, what is our best response?

  • What's In A Name?

    Contributed by Norbert Garcia on Dec 26, 2019
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    A review of the Bible reveals there are over 350 names used to identify Jesus. Why are there so many different names and titles for Jesus? What is the importance of these various names?

    WHAT’S IN A NAME? Over the last few years I took it upon myself to explore the genealogy of my family. I focused first on my Mother’s side of the family since she primarily of Northern European stock. My Father’s side of the family is principally from Mexico and would be much more problematic in more

  • Twelve Lessons From The Wright Brothers

    Contributed by Jody Marsh on Nov 30, 2019

    Twelve Biblical lessons interwoven with the story of the Wright Brothers. Great PowerPoint slides are available. Email me at

  • The Prayer Of Your Leader Series

    Contributed by Jesse Stevens on May 30, 2019

    This is the prayer of any leader of a group of believers. It is Paul's desire for the church in Philippi. To know that we have peace from God; There is joy in partnering with others; We should develop a passionate affectionate for one another; And, I need to pray for a love that abounds.

    The prayer of your leader Philippians 1:1-11 Philippians because it hits on so many different topics hat I wanted to share with you, not only today, but in the weeks to come. As you reflect on the passage this morning, it reflects how I feel about this church, this community, and you as more

  • One Thing I Do Know

    Contributed by Heather Cook on Jan 4, 2019

    This starts with a story of a young boy who has a pivotal moment that changes the focus of his whole life. Just as the blind mans interaction with Jesus changed his.

    When you think about the narrow streets of Paris at night, under the glow of the sparkling Eiffel tower, with a chilly summer breeze blowing down the promenade that sends lovers close together, you might find it romantic and enchanting. But pan out, to a 12-year-old boy…sitting alone on a bench, more

  • Ministry Is A Liability

    Contributed by Heather Cook on Jan 4, 2019
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    A personal story of my first few years in ministry. I tie it into the fact that when you are doing effective ministry you will have enemies. Just as Christ did.

    I was 21 when I first set foot in Connecticut Valley Seventh-Day-Adventist Church. I was nearly a month married, full of enthusiasm and excitement for the adventure of “real” life. Totally unprepared for the reality of it. I was well armed with a bevy of important and well-educated sounding more

  • A Stall Full Of Joy Series

    Contributed by Heather Cook on Jan 2, 2019

    Begins with my experience in an AIDS orphanage

    It was near Christmas, but it didn’t feel like it. In Cambodia there are two seasons. Hot and hotter. Christmas is just hot. I had led a study tour with fifteen over privileged Hong Kong students to a orphanage called Wat Opot, run by an American expat in his 60’s. It is difficult enough grasping more

  • Sermon On God The Father-Fundamental Belief #3

    Contributed by Patrick Reynolds on Oct 4, 2016
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    God the father is often very misunderstood.

    Sermon on God the Father-Fundamental Belief #3 Text Revelation 4:11 God the father is often very misunderstood. Many of us in the world today and in the past are quite familiar of the mission of Jesus Christ to earth for humanity and we have gone over extensively now the role of the Holy Spirit more

  • A Broken Alabaster Box

    Contributed by Etienne Lombard on Aug 19, 2016
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    Encounter between Jesus and Mary Magdalene, why she was thankful to him and how a sinner can repent. This study is based on Matthew 26:6-13; Mark 14:3-11; Luke 7:36-50; John 11:55-57; John 12:1-11

    A Broken Alabaster Box This study is based on Matthew 26:6-13; Mark 14:3-11; Luke 7:36-50; John 11:55-57; John 12:1-11. Luke 7 : 40-48 And Jesus answering said unto him, Simon, I have somewhat to say unto thee. And he saith, Master, say on. 41 There was a certain creditor which had two more

  • Wake Up. Serve. Repeat.

    Contributed by Ray Navarro on Jul 1, 2016
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    A brief sermon intended for a communion service (about an 8-9 minute talk).

    The entire life of Jesus can be summed up in this short slogan: “Wake up. Serve. Repeat.” If Jesus were to have T-shirts printed for all His disciples, like I do for my earliteens for campmeeting [I direct the 13-15 year-old program at our annual 9-day family campmeeting at Camp more

  • And The Music Plays On

    Contributed by Norbert Garcia on Jun 24, 2016
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    We must maintain hope and perseverance until the second coming

    We have often heard the axiom that when life serves us lemons we should turn the lemons into lemonade. I don’t know about you, but I find that is not always an easy thing to do. There have been times when I have been confronted by an issue the seemingly overwhelms me. I twist and turn and more

  • Kingdom Values - Mercy Series

    Contributed by Vili Costescu on May 7, 2016
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    A new perspective on the concept of Mercy - a discretionary power to mitigate conflict or to grant forgiveness

    8 July 2014 can be considered the worse day in Brazil’s history. Ever! Those of you who don’t know what I am talking about, let me remind you: on that day, MERCY has been absent from Estádio Mineirão in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Germany defeated Brazil in the first semifinal of the 2014 more

  • Só Uma Coisa (Esboço)

    Contributed by Marcus Frutuoso on Jul 14, 2015

    A frase “uma coisa” não é muito bonita de se ouvir Mas na Bíblia ela aparece algumas vezes e pode nos oferece lições preciosas para nossa vida espiritual.

    INTRODUÇÃO Hoje, de maneira breve, veremos alguns versículos onde a frase "uma coisa" aparece e o que podemos aprender para a nossa vida espiritual. I. Só uma coisa te falta. Mc. 10:21. Comecemos com “reconhecimento”. No primeiro verso desta manha aprendemos que precisamos more