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What God Requires: Do Justice, Love Kindness, Walk Humbly: Walk Humbly – June 27, 2021

Today there are multiple, urgent calls for justice, for systemic change—even for revolution!  As Christians, we want to know how to think biblically about these important issues. According to Micah 6:8, God requires that we “do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly”.  What do each of these three concepts involve, how can we apply them…

Foundations of the Faith – Understanding Forgiveness – Part 8 of 8

Sermon Summary All of us want to live a life of significance. And the only way to assure that is live each day with eternity in view. This life is preparation for roles and responsibilities we will assume in the next life when we will have the opportunity to reign with Christ in the coming…

Tuning Your Life to God’s Word – Psalms Series – Psalm 2 – August 7, 2016

Sermon Summary We live in a world that is growing increasingly hostile towards Christianity and its truth claims. Jesus predicted just this kind of opposition (John 15:18-20). Psalm 2 gives us God’s take on how he views the refusal of the world’s nations to acknowledge and submit to his divine authority. King David, the author…

Hope Rising – Part 2 of 2: Six Gifts of the Resurrection

Sermon Summary “What happens when you die?” Do you cease to exist? Are you reincarnated in some other form? Is there a heaven and a hell where we will live out eternity either in great bliss or with great dread? There is only one person that is truly qualified to answer that question. His name…

Book of James – A Prologue: My Big Brother

Sermon Summary Last Sunday we completed a 13-part series on the New Testament book written by and bearing the name of Jesus’ little brother, James. We’ve all heard the phrase, “Seeing is believing.”, but James thoroughly disproves it. James spent more than 30 years seeing perfection—watching Jesus “up close and personal”—and yet he was a…

The Book of Judges, Failure Through Compromise – Part 7 of 7: Hitting Rock Bottom!

Sermon Summary Today, Pastor Doug concluded our study of the Old Testament book of Judges. He reminded us that this is not an inspirational book, but rather a very instructive book, as it records one of the darkest periods in Israel’s history. As we discussed last week, during the period of the judges, “there was…

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