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  • Roots (Week 2)

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    September 17: Group: Want Fruit? Grow Roots!


    “Two are better than one,” wise King Solomon wrote. He knew the power of two (or more) people grouped together for the purpose of spiritual transformation. Have you experienced that power? This message explores the value of have a Life Group, a small circle of Christians who love you, love God, and love to see spiritual growth in you.

  • Roots (Week 1)

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    September 10: Gather: Want Fruit? Grow Roots!


    “Let us not give up meeting together,” the author of the Hebrews wrote. He knew the power of regularly gathering around the gospel to be taught, corrected, challenged, confronted, and forgiven in Jesus’ name. This message explores the value of gathering together every week (and the lures the Enemy uses to prevent God’s people from gathering).

  • Taboo (Week 4)

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    September 3: Suicide and the Scriptures


    The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" thrust suicide into the cultural conversation. This sermon explains why Christians are tempted by suicide, what the Bible says about suicide, and gives 13+ reasons why we should live to the end of our God-ordained time of grace.

  • Taboo (Week 3)

     (Week 3)

    August 27: God's To-Do's for the Depressed


    Aren't Christians supposed to be happy? To rejoice in the days that the Lord has made? So, why do so many of us feel so unhappy? Depression is a complicated struggle that has both chemical and spiritual components. It often leads to greater depression as the depressed realiaze how many "rejoicing commandments" they aren't keeping. This message looks to the Psalms/Lamentations to resonate with 'down and out' Christians and to remind them of the God who walks with them in the darkest valley.

  • Taboo (Week 2)

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    August 20: Drunkennes (part 2)


    Spirit vs spirits. Paul talks about the two ways to find excitement, joy, etc. - to be filled with the Spirit or to get drunk on beer, wine, and spirits. As Paul explains in Ephesians 6, these two paths affect marriage, children, work, and spiritual warfare.

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