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Reboot: The Reformation at 500 – By Grace Through Faith – Part 4 of 6 – September 17, 2017

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY October 31st, just a few weeks away, marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, the event that sparked a “reboot” of Christianity. The first, most foundational of those truths is “Sola Scriptura”—Scripture alone is our source of truth. The second question the Reformers addressed was, “What does God reveal […]

Reboot: The Reformation at 500 – Overview – Part 1 of 6 – August 27, 2017

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY As soon as I saw Justin Long’s “Get a Mac” ad, I immediately ditched my PC and bought a refurbished Macbook. I thought I had it made—until this pretty little spinning wheel thing kept popping up and I’d have to restart my computer. It got worse, and so I took […]

Joseph, A Portrait of Character and Grace – Part 5 of 8: Awakening a Seared Conscience

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Share with Friends… Series Summary: While he never did anything that we would normally associate with Biblical greatness—he never performed a miracle, he never slew a giant; he never saw a burning bush. Nevertheless Joseph was a great man. In his life we see a unique and powerful portrait of character and grace. In reviewing […]

Joseph, A Portrait of Character & Grace – Part 4 of 8: Man of Faith and Integrity

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Share with Friends… Series Summary: While he never did anything that we would normally associate with Biblical greatness—he never performed a miracle, he never slew a giant; he never saw a burning bush. Nevertheless Joseph was a great man. In his life we see a unique and powerful portrait of character and grace. In reviewing […]

Joseph, A Portrait of Character & Grace – Part 3 of 8: From the Prison to the Palace

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Share with Friends… Series Summary: While he never did anything that we would normally associate with Biblical greatness—he never performed a miracle, he never slew a giant; he never saw a burning bush. Nevertheless Joseph was a great man. In his life we see a unique and powerful portrait of character and grace. In reviewing […]

Joseph, A Portrait of Character & Grace – Part 2 of 8: Steadfast When Tempted

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Share with Friends… Series Summary: While he never did anything that we would normally associate with Biblical greatness—he never performed a miracle, he never slew a giant; he never saw a burning bush. Nevertheless Joseph was a great man. In his life we see a unique and powerful portrait of character and grace. In reviewing […]

Joseph, A Portrait of Character & Grace – Part 1 of 8: Favored Son, Hated Brother

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Share with Friends… Series Summary: While he never did anything that we would normally associate with Biblical greatness—he never performed a miracle, he never slew a giant; he never saw a burning bush. Nevertheless Joseph was a great man. In his life we see a unique and powerful portrait of character and grace. In reviewing […]

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