Sermons


Passover and Unleavened Bread Orientation

The Passover (not called communion, Eucharist  nor the Lord's supper in the scripture) and the Days of Unleavened Bread are vital to a Christian's spiritual health.

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The Book of James, Part 3

 In this study we continue our study in the book of James in Chapter two with the subject of favoritism and faith.

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Reconciliation

Like an orchestra in perfect harmony, God's people are to be in harmony with God and others through the process of reconciliation.

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The Work of the Church

Before He ascended to heaven, Jesus Christ gave the Church a great commission. In this sermon we look forward to a major step in our ability to preach the gospel to the world and fulfill the commission Christ gave us

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Except the Lord Build the House

Take Care of Your Cares

In the parable of the sower, Jesus Christ warns of the threat posed by the cares of this world. So, how do we keep the cares of this life from sapping all of our energy and attention, leaving the seed God has sown in our lives choked and unfruitful?

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Background to The Book of James PT 2

A Split Bible Study on the background of the Book of James By Dave Myers and Zach Smith

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Why Christians Keep The Law

Is a Christian obligated to keep the law of God as codified in the 10 Commandments or to simply keep the 'Law of Love,' or both? What is the 'Law of Love?' Join us to learn what law Christians are subject to.

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Am I a Cynic?

The culture around us is characterized, in part, by cynical, faultfinders - always thinking the worst and believing the worst. Is this the default that Jesus Christ would want for Christians?

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Facing The Truth of Christmas

Christmas - the most wonderful time of the year - except for the crass materialism, its sun-worshipping origins, its propagation of lies and its religious deception.

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