Transforming Ordinary People into Extraordinary Followers of Christ

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Radical Faith: Part 2 of 7 – Radical Love – January 21, 2018

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY We are in a series of messages where we are studying some of the hard sayings of Jesus. And it doesn’t get any easier this week, as we look at Matthew 5:38-42. Jesus begins by saying, “You have heard that it was said,” and then he quotes an Old Testament […]

1st Timothy – Part 6 – Shipwrecked or Smooth Sailing – How Elders Protect Us – June 25, 2017

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY For many people, a vacation aboard a sailboat, tucked away in some quiet cove, is a dream come true. But cruises don’t always have storybook endings. Shipwreck always is a possibility. Likewise, according to 1 Timothy 1:19, if we’re not careful, our faith can become “shipwrecked”. We all know someone […]

The Church Has Left the Building – Part 5 of 6 – Being a Guide Who Leads People to Jesus

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY How we relate to guides: Human nature: We’d rather not have a guide because we don’t want to need one. Conditions so severe that we accept the help of guides: When the place is really unknown When the topic is really important When the outcome really matters Connecting the need […]

The Church Has Left the Building – Part 4 of 6 – Be Bold & Clear About the Gospel

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY We’ve been looking at Scripture’s “Great Commandments” and “Great Commission”. The Great Commandments of Scripture are that we love God and others. The Great Commission is that we share God’s love with others around the globe. Jesus linked love, outreach, and prayer (Luke 10:2). What happens next is informative: Jesus […]

The Church Has Left the Building – Part 2 of 6 – Marks of a Disciple

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY At Triangle Community Church, our mission is not merely to make Christian converts, but to take the next step and “make disciples.” A disciple is a Christian who has committed himself to learn and grow in his relationship with Jesus Christ. Jesus gives us four distinguishing marks of a Christian […]

The Church Has Left the Building – Part 1 of 6 – TCC’s Two Great Commitments

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY As Triangle Community Church prepares to begin our 25th year of ministry, let’s reflect on our purpose: to transform ordinary people into extraordinary followers of Christ. This purpose is strengthened and directed by two great Biblical commitments: the Great Commandment and to the Great Commission. The Great Commandment Each of […]

Angry? – The Truth About Anger – Part 1 of 2 – August 28, 2016

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Share with Friends… SERMON SUMMARY Everybody deals with anger—and the Bible has a lot to say about it. It’s packed with stories, teachings and comments about anger. Many people are surprised to learn that God is—by far—the angriest person in the Bible. How can this be? Not only is God the angriest person in the […]

Getting There – Intro – Part 1 of 8

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Share with Friends… Sermon Summary Most of us are disappointed with how things have turned out in life. We are disappointed that we aren’t smarter, faster, taller, or more gifted. We wish we were more patient, loving, and kind toward others. We long to become better human beings. But to get there, we’ve got to […]

Fully Devoted – Part 6 of 6: How Do I Overcome The Temptations and Evil Surrounding Me?

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Share with Friends… Sermon Summary Pastor Doug asks the question, “How do I overcome the evil surrounding me?” The answer is summed up for us nicely in the last verse of Romans 12: “Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.” The specifics of what that looks like are found in Romans […]

Ruth & the Kinsman Redeemer – Part 1 of 4: Helpless & Hopeless…(or so it seems)

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Share with Friends… Sermon Summary This week, Pastor Dan began a four-week series on the book of Ruth, which takes place during the time of the judges in Israel. We learned during the series of messages Pastor Doug finished last week that the time of the judges was filled with immorality; however, today’s message demonstrates […]

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