Jul 28, 2019
“Why We Believe You Should Be a Part of a Church Family” by Michael Jones
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"Why We Believe You Should Be a Part of a Church Family"
By: Michael Jones
Hebrews 10:23-25
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  • Jul 28, 2019“Why We Believe You Should Be a Part of a Church Family” by Michael Jones
    Jul 28, 2019
    “Why We Believe You Should Be a Part of a Church Family” by Michael Jones
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    "Why We Believe You Should Be a Part of a Church Family"
    By: Michael Jones
    Hebrews 10:23-25
  • May 5, 2019Super Mission Sunday
    May 5, 2019
    Super Mission Sunday
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    Super Mission Sunday
  • Sep 16, 2018“Throne – In Awe of God, Part 3” by Michael Jones
    Sep 16, 2018
    “Throne – In Awe of God, Part 3” by Michael Jones
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    "Throne - In Awe of God, Part 3"
    By: Michael Jones
    Psalm 139:13-16
  • Sep 3, 2017“Called to Function” by Michael Jones
    Sep 3, 2017
    “Called to Function” by Michael Jones
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    "Called to Function"
    By Michael Jones
    Ephesians 4:11-16
  • Jul 16, 2015“Sharpen Your Saw” – By: Patrick Barber
    Jul 16, 2015
    “Sharpen Your Saw” – By: Patrick Barber
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    "Sharpen Your Saw"
    Scripture: Luke 10:38-42
    By: Patrick Barber
    When in Africa back in May, I made the mistake of only taking one shaving razor with me, and I was there for three weeks. Ouch. If it had been a straight razor, I could have sharpened it, but it wasn't. It was just the cheap disposable kind. My mistake was just not thinking about taking extra razors. I wasn't trying to be cheap or save packing space; I just didn't think about it. And that's how we usually put ourselves in rough spots, we just don't think about it. I doubt that any generation before us could claim a busier, more frenetic lifestyle than the one we live. I don't mean that we work harder or accomplish more than previous generations--in fact I think that we don't do either of those things. But we are busy all the time. We're running here and there with a phone in one hand and an energy drink in the other looking like the man in the circus trying to keep a dozen plates spinning atop their poles all at the same time. Eventually, the plates will fall and we will crash. When that happens, shaving with a dull razor is the least of our concerns. But it happens for the same reason that I spent two weeks with a dull razor--we just get so busy with today that we don't prepare for tomorrow. We try to run so far and so fast that we don't slow down to refuel, and then we end up empty. But it doesn't have to be like that. Jesus teaches us that there's a better way, if we'll slow down long enough to listen. We'll talk about that in today's sermon.