A Far Country

In the play You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Charlie Brown laments lunchtime: “I think lunchtime is about the worst time of the day for me. Always having to sit…

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Shipwrecked

Sidetracks aren’t necessarily bad but can be perplexing and frustrating. Sometimes a shipwreck crashes your plans or dreams on the rocks, and all you can do is pick up the pieces. Shipwrecks are painful and scary, and you wonder, “Okay God, what now?”

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Follow the WAY.

It’s not our responsibility to change our culture. Only the power of God through the gospel can do that! Our job is to help people know Christ, through the content of our life and the substance of our conversations. It is Christ that frees us from the penalty of our sin. He will change society as hearts are changed within its members.

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Fear Not

The story is told about Uncle Oscar being apprehensive about his first airplane ride. His friends, eager to hear how it went, asked if he enjoyed the flight. “Well,” commented…

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Acts Series – The Unknown God

While the philosophers that participated in the Areopagus were primarily interested in the mental exercise of sharing new ideas this day they would be introduced to a philosophy that would change the world more than any other single philosophy in history, the message of Christ and him crucified.

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UNRAVELED

We all have searching questions. What is the church? What is our purpose? What is our source of truth? How are we to relate to each other? To the world? To God? Answers to those questions are found in the stories that make up the book of Acts.

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Act 2 The Good News!

In spite of the fact that God’s forgiveness is our greatest need, it’s rare to have someone ask me, with desperation in there voice, “what can I do to be forgiven” It is not the burning question in most people’s minds, but it should be.

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Act 1: The Holy Spirit!

” It has been said that without the Spirit of God, we can do nothing. We are as ships without the wind, branches without sap, and like coals without fire, we are useless.”

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