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Lopsided Christianity: Christ’s Call to Freedom – 10.1.23

People all over the world want to be free. We long for national freedom, civil freedom and economic freedom. But the most important freedom we can experience is personal freedom—the freedom to become the person that God has designed each of us to be. In this message Pastor Doug discusses not only what Jesus came to set us free from, but just as importantly, what he came to set us free for! Only by embracing the freedom that Jesus offers can we escape living an unbalanced, lopsided, superficial life.

Ephesians – Our Riches in Christ Part 1 – 2.12.23

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 TAKE ONE STEP Each week, write down one doable concrete step of obedience, small or large, that you will put into practice…

Conversations with Christ – A Lame Man – 10.23.22

As we study the life of Jesus, we have the opportunity to observe a perfect human being. And his responses often surprise us, as we see in his conversation with a lame man at the pool of Bethesda.

Next Sunday we will examine three aspects of this interaction: the pool, this lame man, and finally the resulting controversy over the Sabbath. From this conversation we will learn much about the nature of salvation.

Parables – Jesus the Storyteller: The Good Samaritan – August 15, 2021

Jesus was the greatest teacher the world has ever known. To convey spiritual truth he often used parables–stories drawn from everyday life in which he revealed the way of the Kingdom of God. In this series we will look at seven selected parables which, when understood and applied, will transform how you think and how you live.

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