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Sermons on Luke

Meaning and Miracle – Mary: The First Christian – 12.4.22

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Character of Christmas – Jesus: Prince of Peace – 12.19.2021

TALKING POINTS / WALKING POINTS View the sermon summary or dig deeper into the message during the sermon, in your personal Bible study, or with your family or Community Group in application-driven discussion. APPLICATION / CHALLENGE Christmas is the perfect time to offer grace to others, while celebrating the grace that God has shown you.…

Character of Christmas – Mary: Faithful and Available – 12.12.2021

TALKING POINTS / WALKING POINTS View the sermon summary or dig deeper into the message during the sermon, in your personal Bible study, or with your family or Community Group in application-driven discussion. APPLICATION / CHALLENGE Like Mary, determine to be a person of great availability. Find a place to serve here at TCC. Learn…

Character of Christmas – Joseph: Compassionate and Faithful – 12.5.21

TALKING POINTS / WALKING POINTS View the sermon summary or dig deeper into the message during the sermon, in your personal Bible study, or with your family or Community Group in application-driven discussion. APPLICATION / CHALLENGE Resolve to be both compassionate and biblically faithful as you face life’s challenges. Make obedience to God a higher…

Naaman’s Journey: A Case Study of Faith – The Marks of Meeting God versus Missing God – 9.26.2021

In this message we will see that being religious and having a changed heart are not the same thing. We will learn this lesson by contrasting Naaman life with that of Elisha’s servant, a man named Gehazi. In Naaman we see the marks of a person who has met God, whereas with Gehazi we see the marks of someone who, despite being religious, has missed God.

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