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October 7 – Wellness of Mind & Body

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video Currently Unavailable for This Message The cycle of sickness and healing paints a beautiful and sometimes painful portrait of the life and way of Jesus. This message explores the promise of God for our bodies, fragile as they may be, as we pray for a wellness of mind and body. Jesus stepped into…
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October 7, 2018
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September 30 – Contentment // Comparative Happiness

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video Currently Unavailable for This Message Every commercial you see on television, every ad you see on a billboard or in a magazine, every “for sale” sign in the world is intended to sell you the same thing. Discontentment. The more discontent we are, the more we buy; which is helpful to a struggling…
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September 30, 2018
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July 22 – The Sustainability of Clay

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video https://youtu.be/B1WK_GR2Ee0 It’s a dangerous prayer we pray: “Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me.” Inviting the re-creative work of God isn’t for the faint-hearted. He molds us like clay, with work-worn, blood-stained, pierced hands. He the potter and we the clay. This message puts us…
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July 22, 2018
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July 15 – Over Whispers of Insufficiency

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video https://youtu.be/r-B0xwAcR4w It's written in the trees and the wheat fields. Seeds that grow into plants that give birth to seeds; nothing is too small or too insufficient for the Spirit of God to grow into something unique and meaningful. Yet the whispers that we're not enough... This message explores what Jesus says back...…
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July 15, 2018
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July 8 – The Gift of a Quiet Mind

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video https://youtu.be/XRyqoRLCT8g Stillness is relative. Our bodies may appear motionless, beneath the surface we're nowhere close to at rest. The thousand processes that give us breath and blood-flow. The onslaught of thoughts that assault without warning and drag us in every direction. This message sits with the promise of Sabbath; what it means to…
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July 8, 2018
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June 17 – Taking the Long Way

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video https://youtu.be/7nfQbsjFB8c It's all part of our common pilgrim journey. The years spent in the far country, either absent from the household of God in the body or wandering in the doubt that saturates the mind. Wandering seems the only pathway to death, and death the only pathway to resurrection. This Sunday, we'll explore…
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June 17, 2018
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May 13 – The Definition of Presence

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video https://youtu.be/y2vtYdev-6Q Up through endless ranks of Angels. After the Ascension of Jesus, we're left to wonder what it is to live and experience the world without Him. After all, He's not here anymore. He was, but now He's returned to the God. That is, if we bind ourselves to a perceived definition of…
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May 13, 2018
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May 6 – And Let it Begin in Me

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video https://youtu.be/xOOC4i1GRZs He says it Himself. I will give you whatever you ask in my Name. If you've ever found yourself praying the same prayer over and again, it can feel like you're on the receiving end of a dropped phone call. Yet He says it Himself. This Sunday, we'll dive into what it…
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May 8, 2018
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April 8 – Sacred Imperfections

Listen to Sermon Audio Now Thomas (also known as Didymus), one of the Twelve, was not with the disciples when Jesus came. So the other disciples told him, "We have seen the Lord!" But he said to them, "Unless I see the nail marks in his hands and put my finger where the nails were, and put my hand into…
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April 8, 2018
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April 1 – What it Means to Rise

Listen to Sermon Audio Watch Sermon Video https://youtu.be/DvO49olWcf8 Alleluia, Christ is Risen and so are we. This Easter message explores what it means for Jesus to shatter the chains that bind Him in a rock-hewn tomb; the Resurrection that breaks every chain that binds us as well... Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark,…
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April 1, 2018