The Challenge to shining in a dark world is dealing with the darkness continually.  Seeing sin continually is a struggle for most of us but the promise is that ther is comfort for those who face it, feel it and flee to Jesus.

 

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This Sunday, we will begin our new series: Shine: Reflecting God's Glory In a Darkening World. What we will see is that the kingdom of heaven belongs to those who have no right to it.

 

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It’s hard to believe it's Christmas Eve! Our message for that Sunday is entitled: The World Did Not Know Him. One of the most striking truths about the incarnation is that after all the anticipation, the world did not recognize him. The question is this: Is recognizing Jesus difficult because of Him or because of us? Come as we recognize and celebrate that God’s Son came and dwelt among us.

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This Sunday, our message was entitled “Why Jesus is the Center of the Universe and I am not.” We will be looking at Matthew’s account of the birth of Jesus and seeing that God’s eternal purpose was and is to give Christ pre-eminence over all!.

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This Sunday, we will have our final sermon in 1 Peter. It is entitled Grouped Together by Grace. Peter sends his closing remarks to the persecuted church and it is obvious that God works through people battered by the world but renewed in grace. If you are struggling as a Christian, this should give you hope.

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This Sunday, our study was entitled Fostering Christian Humility. Humility is a battle fought in every Christian"s heart. Too often, we struggle with being honest and transparent. We can be reluctant to look to others for direction and correction. Pride keeps us at a distance and i t keeps us disconnected from any deep meaningful Christian interaction. 1 Peter 5:5-11 reveals to us that the safest person is actually the person who trusts God enough to humble himself or herself. Humility opens up a channel to the grace of God. Is pride keeping you from experiencing God's grace? Come and join us as we study this crucial and challenging subject of Fostering Christian Humility.

 

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This Sunday the message was entitled:  Stepping Up – The Call for Christian Leadership. What makes Christian leadership unique? What attributes mark out the kind of leader that Christians are called to follow? What does a Christ-like leader look like? Peter gives us some clear and simple directions that challenge leaders to step up for the sake of God’s people and for the sake of the gospel.

 

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This Sunday our sermon is from 1 Peter 4:15-19. It is entitled “Unashamed”. The apostle Peter calls us as believers to be unashamed to suffer for the name of Christ. What kind of impact would the church have if all believers were holy, happy, and unashamed lives of open devotion to Christ? Peter says such is the hour in which we live. Are you unashamed?

 

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The psalmist who penned Psalms 42 and 43 was not unfamiliar with worry and anxiety.  In these psalms, however, they both revealed to us the extent to which the human experience can be consumed by despair and the heights to which our joy can rise when we dwell on the Lord's goodness.  Join us as we study a hope that is rooted in our knowledge of the Lord and His promises to the believer!

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