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Recent Sermons

4/28/19 "We Need the Holy Spirit" by Rev. Robin Beale
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He Sought Us First
Presented by Jay Patterson
on 4/21/19
Pastor Jay teaches from the story of Zacchaeus, the "chief tax collector," and a pariah to his own people. Jay weaves together the stories from several previous parables to explain how Jesus intended, from the beginning, to be the Good Shepherd, coming to seek and save the lost. His encounter with Zacchaeus was neither accidental nor an independent story, and helps explain John 3:16-17: "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him."
4/14/19 "Investigating Same-Sex Attraction" by Rev. Lanny Clark
4/7/19 "Encounter Sunday (no recording available)" by Jay Patterson
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Passion for His Presence
Presented by Jay Patterson
on 3/31/19
Pastor Jay talks about pressing in to our Father's presence, saying "I am not satisfied; I will not camp here!" He shares an intriguing testimony about an encounter he had earlier in the week that demonstrates how God has been answering our congregation's February fasting and praying.
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Overarching Trajectories for Evaluating Sexual Brokenness Behaviors
Presented by Rev. Lanny Clark
on 3/24/19
Pastor Lanny discusses the Biblical basis for understanding God's view of sexuality, particularly in light of His expressed intent to accurately represent Himself in us. Pastor Lanny then challenges us to have a Biblical frame of reference in our responses to sexual brokenness; citing a verse of scripture, pointing a finger, pronouncing damnation, and reacting emotionally do not accurately put the Father on display.
3/17/19 "The Means of Healing" by Rev. Lanny Clark
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Becoming the Professional
Presented by Brian Jamerson
on 3/10/19
Brian Jamerson speaks on developing a passion for God, teaching from 1 Cor 9:24-27.

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