Sermons


The Curious Case of Simon Magus

The book of Acts tells the story of a mysterious individual named Simon, who was baptized and then tried to buy the office of apostle. Why did Luke dedicate 16 verses to this man? What can we learn from the curious case of Simon Magus?

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Whole-Brain Christians

Brain researchers conclude that the two halves of the brain may be responsible for differing functions. A "right-brain" dominated person is thought to be more emotional and creative whereas a left-brain dominated person is thought to be more analytical and task-oriented. Where does Christianity reside in the brain?  Are...

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The Word of God - Hebrews 4.12

Over the years the Church of God has taught about the importance of the Word of God. We are a Church unlike others in that we literally believe the Bible and its authority over a Christian’s life. We believe that the whole Bible from the book of Genesis...

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Healing Relationships

One of the most hurtful things a Christian can deal with may be a sin or offence that comes from a brother or sister in the faith. How can these relationships be healed?

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Lessons from Israel

In this message, I share 3 lessons we learned while on the recent Foundation Institute Israel tour. They are fundamental for all of us in our desire to grow spiritually, and to truly appreciate our precious calling.

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Our God is an Awesome God

The common use of the word awesome in modern English has weakened its meaning. However, by definition it is a very strong descriptor. God is described as awesome over thirty times in scripture. This message will review three of the many attributes that make God truly awesome.

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Christianity is All About Self

Normally we think of Christianity as outgoing, but have you realized that Christianity is really all about the self? In this sermon we’ll show how.

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The Mercy Gate

One of the fundamental traits of God the Father and Jesus Christ is their great and abundant mercy. Are you known as a merciful person?

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Pentecost and D-Day

On D-Day, June 6, 1944—the Allied forces began the push to save western civilization from Facism.  In like manner, Pentecost 31AD began God’s work to save mankind from himself through the work of the Church

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Being a First Fruit

God calls calls people into His church as the first fruits of His family.  But what does a first fruit look like?

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