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Sunday, March 19, 2017

God Relentlessly Pursues Us

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Have you ever lost your keys so that you had to relentlessly search and look everywhere to find them? 
What does God do when we or other people get lost? 
The Good News is that "God Relentlessly Pursues Us."  This is God's heart for us as we will hear in the message this Sunday based on Luke 15.

  
Sunday, March 12, 2017

God Longs to Gather Us to Him

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A mother hen wants to gather her chicks under her wings to be safe from danger.
This is the image Jesus uses to describe His ministry as it reveals God's heart for us.
"The Heart of God" is the title of our new series starting this Sunday with the message, "God Longs to Gather Us to Him" based on Luke 13:1-9; 31-35.

    
Sunday, March 05, 2017

A Scandalous Love

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"Love your neighbor as yourself."  Do we get to choose who our neighbor is that we love?
We tend to pick and choose whom we love.  Jesus, however, calls us to receive and express "A Scandalous Love" that puts no limits on who our neighbor is.
This is our message for Sunday based on Luke 10:25-42.

  
Sunday, February 26, 2017

Look No Further. Listen to Jesus.

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How do we know who God is and what He's like? We can get confused even if we try to piece together a picture of God from the Bible itself. After the disciples saw the brilliance of God's glory radiating from Jesus, Moses and Elijah faded away, and they saw Jesus alone. This Sunday our message is titled, "Look No Further. Listen to Jesus." based on Luke 9:28-45.

  
Sunday, February 12, 2017

Got Questions?

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Sunday, February 05, 2017

A People of Hope

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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Heal Broken Lives

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Is following Jesus and serving like Him an obligation we need to fulfill? Not at all. Following Jesus and serving others flows out of the healing rest we have in Him. We serve not because we have to. We serve because we want others to experience the same Sabbath rest and healing in Jesus. This Sunday our message is "Heal Broken Lives" based on Mark 6:1-16.

  
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