Next week, we will continue our series on the Sermon on the Mount by looking at the passage “Blessed are the Merciful”. It is always good to ask ourselves the question “Is my heart becoming increasingly and instinctively merciful?” The misery in the world around us can often feel unbelievable and unbearable. We want to shut down and close ourselves off from all the pain. Yet, the gospel produces deep with us another response. It fuels and sustains real and genuine mercy.

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This week’s message is entitled: Holy Hunger: Longing for Righteousness. One of the clearest marks of someone who has been born again is that his/her appetites have shifted. The taste buds of the soul are no longer satisfied with sin. The Holy Spirit creates within every Christian a hunger and thirst for righteousness. Then, in Christ, He goes to work to satisfy that longing. Let’s gather to worship the Lord for the great work He has done and is doing in our lives for His glory!

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Liberty, Legalism, and Love : How the Gospel unites us in the hope of an impossible joy.  
 
Paul's letter to the mixed congregation in Rome dealt with all kinds of divisions, but ultimately, he wrapped up his message with a call to set aside unhelpful divisions and unite in their praise of the only thing worth taking a stand on: the hope of the Gospel.
 
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Next Sunday, we have a couple of things on the agenda. First, we want to be praying in light of the Superbowl. We are partnering with Trafficking and Justice, IJM, and others to pray for police and for those involved in reaching out to those caught in trafficking at this huge event. We also want to consider the theme “Mighty are the Meek” from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.

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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 there is comfort for those who face it, feel it, and flee to Jesus.

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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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