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  • An Unshakeable Assurance

    Contributed by Dr. Michael Pope on Mar 22, 2016

    The believer is given an 'unshakeable assurance' of God's love and eternal life that is promised to us.

    RM 8:31-39 Dr. M Pope INTRO: these questions begin with vs 24 Q 1. vs 31 GOD IS FOR US Who can take us out from Christ’s hand? Q 2. vs 32 GOD’S GIFTS ARE IMMEASURABLE What are some of these gifts? Eternal Life, Grace, ...read more

  • The Good Gift

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Oct 29, 2018

    Solomon asks for the gift of wisdom so that he can rule justly and righteously over his people.

    INTRODUCTION Today is Reformation Sunday. This is a Sunday when we celebrate the work and lives of Martin Luther and other reformers—saints of the Church. It is also a time when we celebrate the reforming work of the Holy Spirit in the Church and in our lives. The Holy Spirit is constantly moving. ...read more

  • Prodigality, Love And Grace Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Mar 5, 2016

    A few details of this beautiful parable that we may miss or take for granted because we think the story is so familiar.

    The so-called parable of the prodigal son is one of the—if not the—most beautiful stories in the whole Bible. God, it is pointed out, is like the father in the story. The beauty and power of this story is made very clear in the description and actions of the father. One of the dangers ...read more

  • Who Gets Your Blessing? Series

    Contributed by Brandon Vernoy on Aug 13, 2016

    We do not obtain the blessings of God because we deserve them. We obtain them because He loves us and it brings Him glory.

    Who Gets Your Blessing? One of the most dramatically unqualified biblical heroes I can think of is Jacob. He was a liar, a con, a trickster, a fraud. He spent much of his life haunted by bad decisions and exiled to the chaos of self-inflicted consequences. And yet God called him, chose him, and ...read more

  • Translating The Message Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jun 2, 2011

    Like Paul, we are challenged to translate the message of God's love and grace into words and actions that the people around us understand.

    Acts 17:22-31 “Translating the Message” INTRODUCTION [Play video] Some you may have seen this video previously, but I think it has a powerful message—a message that bears repeating—and it underscores today’s Scripture lesson. Paul was a man on fire. ...read more

  • If I Knew Then What I Know Now

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Mar 19, 2016
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    If the Prodigal Son could sit down and talk with you today, I'm sure it would start with the declaration "If I Knew Then What I Know Now"...

    NTRO: 1. Sometimes I look at my kids and say “You just don’t know how good you’ve got it. a. ILL. Wouldn’t it be great to step back to a time where… Decisions were made by going "eeny-meeny-miney-mo." Being old, referred to anyone over 20. Having ...read more

  • The Word, Love & Work Of God

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Jan 19, 2014

    Jesus is the Foundation of the Christian life. Upon that foundation there are three key pillars that enable to live the abundant life that Christ wants for us: God's Word, God's love and Grace, and our active engagement in doing the work of God.

    Today we want to take an opportunity to think about strengthening and making firm the foundation of our lives. The parable that was just read talks about the importance of building on a sure foundation. If life was always calm, if there were no storms, if troubles never came our way, then ...read more

  • The Spirit In Daily Life

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jun 3, 2010
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    The Spirit does not come upon us only for special events. The Spirit is meant to be a part of our daily lives. He enables us to be instruments of God's love and grace.

    John 16:12-15 “The Spirit in Daily Life” INTRODUCTION On the day of Pentecost, the Spirit came upon the disciples like a mighty wind with flames of fire and the ability to communicate the gospel of Jesus Christ in other languages. The Spirit comes upon us at the time of ...read more

  • Speaking The Truth Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Dec 6, 2012

    Jesus engaged in people's real life questions, issues and challenges. As followers of Jesus we are challenged to engage in caring conversations with others in order to share God's love and grace.

    John 4:37-30, 39-42 “Speaking the Truth INTRODUCTION One of the gifs of the technological revolution is that of communication. We are now able to communicate over greater distances, with more people, in a shorter time, than has ever been possible. • No more five day mail ...read more

  • Pride And Promiscuity

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Jun 12, 2016
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    Jesus contrasts a prideful Pharisee and a formerly promiscuous sinner desperate for grace. One is changed forever and one is unchanged. The difference: pride vs. humility. We all are in need of a Savior. Sadly, some don't realize it until it is too late.

    Luke 7:36-50 Pride and Promiscuity The sermon title for today’s story is in honor of my wife, who first introduced me to Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice,” a classic tale of two strong-willed and misunderstood personalities coming together in romantic love. But ...read more

  • His Unspeakable Gift

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Nov 19, 2017

    The greatest gift we have is that of Christ. Paul describes it as indescribable. It is so because of incomprehensible love, an inexpressible sacrifice, and its inexplicable result.

    His Unspeakable Gift – 2 Corinthians 9:12-15 In 2 Corinthians 9, Paul, writes about human gifts. During the 40s A.D., a famine swept across Judea, and Jerusalem Christians were in need. The church at Corinth took up offerings to give to the suffering Christians in Jerusalem. Paul commends them ...read more

  • Trials Of Suffering

    Contributed by Alexandria Jimenez on Jun 30, 2018

    We aren't promised to never experience suffering, but how do we react and handle it, when our lives become the target to suffering?

    Can you imagine the emotional state, along with the nerve wrecking distress that Jesus Christ himself felt the day before he was nailed to the cross? Can you imagine the hours, down to the minutes, and then the seconds, that our Father counted till his ultimate sacrifice, and our ultimate ...read more

  • Single Mindedness Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jun 6, 2014
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    We are to have a similar mind among ourselves, which is ours in Christ Jesus who became obedient to death.

    Philippians 2:2-12 INTRODUCTION A friend recently said to me, "Life would be so much simpler if it weren't for other people." Of course we laughed at the obvious truth of his statement, but also at the irony that people are what make up our lives. It is living in community where the ...read more

  • Behind The Scenes Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Dec 24, 2012

    Ancient spiritual disciplines, when incorporated in to our lives, prepare us for the coming of Jesus and enable us to prepare the world for the coming of Jesus.

    Luke 4:16-30 "Behind the Scenes" INTRODUCTION There are times when pithy statements stick in my mind, and I keep reflecting on them. One such statement is "If you don't know where you're going, you'll always get there." I see the reality of this statement every day. Most of us, I ...read more

  • Who's First? Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jan 17, 2017

    Jesus proclaims that Isaiah’s prophecy has been fulfilled. The inclusion of all people in to God’s family is foreshadowed.

    Introduction When I was young, the kids in the neighborhood would occasionally play a game called, "King of the Mountain." We would use the giant piles of snow, which were made by plowing the streets and parking lots. The object of the game was to get to the top of the mountain before anyone ...read more