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The Father Knows Best

This sermon looks at how Pentecost reminds us of God’s family plan. The plan to extend His family starts with the Father and He is going to bring many sons to glory.

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Slaves of Righteousness

We know we have been set free from the slavery of sin and bondage but we are to be slaves of righteousness. This message looks at slavery and freedom in God's word and examines what a slave of righteousness looks like.

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Have You Not Known?

Before running the race that God set before us, we were taught how we must run the race to obtain the prize. At different times in the Bible there is the question that circles back to how we should run, and it is: “Have you not known?” What...

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Have You Not Known

Before running the race that God set before us, we were taught how we must run the race to obtain the prize. At different times in the Bible there is the question that circles back to how we should run, and it is: “Have you not known?” What...

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The Father Knows Best

This sermon looks at how Pentecost reminds us of God’s family plan. The plan to extend His family starts with the Father and He is going to bring many sons to glory.

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Leveling Mountains of Pride

This sermon looks at how pride hinders the power of God’s Spirit working effectively in someone’s life. How can we level mountains of pride with the help of God’s Holy Spirit?

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Eternal Priorities

This sermon looks at keeping our priorities right. We all may have a physical check list, but do you have eternal priorities? What are our eternal priorities?

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Are You Being Good?

On Mother’s Day weekend I remember and miss the time being raised by Mom and Dad. This sermon looks at the question I heard growing up and compares physical maturing to God working with us and what being good looks like to God.

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A Mother’s Advice

This sermon looks at right attitude to receive advice and the advice we can learn from the biblical profiles of Elizabeth, Mary, Hannah, and Deborah (Mothers of Jesus Christ, John the Baptist, Samuel, and the “mother in Israel”).

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Patient Work for Delayed Gratification

This sermon looks at the patience involved in our calling and the work that we have been called to do. We work at being transformed into the likeness of Jesus Christ. That work takes patience and endurance, and while the reward isn't instant, there is a long-term, delayed gratification...

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