Feb 7, 2016
“Fellowship Matters”
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"Fellowship Matters"
by: Kent Allen
Acts 2:42-47
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  • Feb 7, 2016“Fellowship Matters”
    Feb 7, 2016
    “Fellowship Matters”
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    Fellowship4
    "Fellowship Matters"
    by: Kent Allen
    Acts 2:42-47
  • Jan 31, 2016“Prayer Matters”
    Jan 31, 2016
    “Prayer Matters”
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    "Prayer Matters"
    By: Kent Allen
    Philippians 1:1-11
  • Jan 10, 2016“Living in Both Worlds”
    Jan 10, 2016
    “Living in Both Worlds”
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    Living in Both Worlds
    "Living in Both Worlds"
    By: Terry Kite
    Living in both worlds… Being a scientist and loving God to some seems like an oxymoron. Many have spoken on the subject and many have concluded that it is just not possible to do both. Anthony Flew, a well-known atheist, renounced his atheism at the age of 81, and concluded that intelligent design was indeed a more powerful rational than Darwinism(Evolution) to explain our existence. Terry Kite, a physicist by training and a Bible teacher because of his faith in Jesus Christ as our living Lord, has come to speak to us on this very subject, “Living in both worlds” of science and the Bible.
  • Jan 10, 2016Bible Class – Terry Kite – January 10, 2016
    Jan 10, 2016
    Bible Class – Terry Kite – January 10, 2016
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  • Dec 27, 2015“Chosen” – Speaker: John Langley
    Dec 27, 2015
    “Chosen” – Speaker: John Langley
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    "Chosen"
    By: John Langley
    Romans 1:1-7
    Do you feel you are a part of something special? If Jesus is your Lord, truly, you are part of that “something special”! When you decided to follow Jesus, you gave Him the opportunity to touch, not only your life, but also the lives of others.
    Paul felt this way when he wrote to the church in Rome. He felt chosen for a special job. He says he was called to be an apostle. Not called to a position, but to a destiny, a direction. His being an apostle brought him joy, pain, expectation, even disappointment at times. But, he never looked back at his calling and said it wasn’t worth it. Rather, he would say,
    “…I consider everything a loss compared to the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord for who’s sake I have lost all things. I consider them rubbish that I may gain Christ and be found in Him….”
    Philippians 3:8
    We can feel the same way Paul did if we identify ourselves with our Roman brothers in Romans 1:7, he says that the Roman Christians were sanctified, or “set apart”; made saints. They were chosen by God to do His will. As Paul sees his participation in Christ as the greatest thing he could ever do, I hope that you and I can see ourselves in the same way. I hope that you and I realize that we have been chosen to bring the Gospel (the Good News) into the lives of our friends, neighbors and acquaintances. No matter what the future holds, you have been called to be a driving force for the sake of Jesus Christ. May you find meaning and direction in your life lived for Jesus!
  • Dec 13, 2015“Start Your Journey” – Speaker: Patrick Barber
    Dec 13, 2015
    “Start Your Journey” – Speaker: Patrick Barber
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    "Start Your Journey"
    By: Patrick Barber
    Romans 6:1-11
    There's a Chinese proverb that says, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."  We know from experience that it's the first step that's almost always the hardest.  That's because before we take the first step, we have to commit, and before we commit, we have to decide if we even want to. Sometimes that takes a lot of time, thought, and prayer.  We make decisions every day that don't carry that much weight, but we are all called to make a decision that we shouldn't take lightly; namely, whether we will follow Jesus or not. We all have to count the cost and decide if we'd rather place our faith in ourselves or in the risen Christ.  And once we make that decision, we still have to take the first step on a journey that will last the rest of our lives.  If you haven't yet decided to follow Jesus, I hope you will make your decision today and start your journey with Him.
  • Dec 6, 2015“Remembering” – Speaker: Patrick Barber
    Dec 6, 2015
    “Remembering” – Speaker: Patrick Barber
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    12.5.2015
    "Remembering"
    By: Patrick Barber
    Scripture: Revelation 22:1-5
    There are only twenty-six days left in the year. In a few weeks we'll be opening presents. A few days later we'll be making New Year's resolutions. Life marches on. Until it doesn't. For many, this holiday season is their favorite time of the year. It gives us a chance to pause and remember our countless blessings, eat good food, spend time with loved ones, and celebrate the closing of a year full of all sorts of memories. This is easier for some than for others, because for some, the thing they'll remember most about this year is the loss of someone beloved. Paul teaches us in Romans 12:15 to "Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep." Today we'll probably do some of both as we remember--together--those who've gone on before us. May God's unending peace and comfort be upon us this day as we worship him and encourage one another.
  • Nov 29, 2015“Thanks…Giving” – Speaker: Patrick Barber
    Nov 29, 2015
    “Thanks…Giving” – Speaker: Patrick Barber
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    11.29.2015
    "Thanks...Giving"
    By: Patrick Barber
    Micah 6:6-8
    Love. Forgiveness. Health. Family. Friends. Jesus. Abundant provisions. Eternal life with God. These are, in no particular order, some of the things for which I'm most thankful. My family of five had a great day Thursday as we shared a meal of turkey and dressing and a few extra goodies. We watched the parade and later some football. We thanked God for our abundance and wondered out loud what He in His wisdom has in mind for us. I imagine that many of us spent Thanksgiving doing some of those same things. And then a day of darkness and gnashing of teeth came -- Black Friday!!! And the world all too quickly switched gears and moved from giving thanks to getting as much as we can as quickly as we can as cheaply as we can. It's not that trying to get a good deal is wrong; the problem is that we so quickly replace giving thanks with consumerism and greed. Our thankfulness should never lead to self-centeredness. Our thanks should lead to giving.
  • Nov 22, 2015Untitled Sermon – Speaker: Dave Hawley
    Nov 22, 2015
    Untitled Sermon – Speaker: Dave Hawley
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  • Nov 15, 2015Untitled Sermon: Speaker – Patrick Barber
    Nov 15, 2015
    Untitled Sermon: Speaker – Patrick Barber
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