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Parent Child Dedication/Baptism

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One

In this series we will examine Paul's first letter to the church in Corinth. Paul was shocked to observe the disconnect in the church between the beliefs they confessed and the lives they lived. The church is one body, united in love and the gospel, and dedicated to glorifying God and fulfilling the Great Commission. Join us as we learn how to filter everything in our life through the gospel, and love Christ and His church.

Heritage

How do we raise a godly family? How do we discipline our children? If we don't have children or are single, what is our responsibility? During this series, we'll look at those questions and discover how to leave a legacy of faith by being obedient to the Great Commission in our homes.

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Stand Alone Sermons

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Beginnings

The book of Genesis is the "You Are Here" marker for Christians. If you don't know your starting point, you don't know where you're going. Our series "Beginnings" will cover the first 11 chapters of Genesis, and help us get a firm grip of where we started, and where we're going as followers of Jesus Christ.

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Philemon- The Prisoner, the Slave, and the Slave Owner

As Christians, we should be known for our ability to forgive and reconcile with one another. Paul's brief letter, Philemon, covers the topic of forgiveness, restitution, and reconciliation. Through Christ, we have been forgiven for our sins against a holy God, far worse than anything that's been done to us.

Hope

Christmas is a time of hope. For generations, God's people waited for Him to send His Son. They hoped that God would be true to His promises. That first Christmas, they began to see their hope realized! Jesus had come to earth as a man to fulfill God's plan to restore His people to Himself. Our hope is that we can have relationship with God through His Son, and we look forward to His return. In the meantime, we want to share that hope with the world around us. The hope of God does not disappoint!

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Distorted

We live in a world that is no different than those who have gone before us.  For thousands of years, the broader culture has attempted to distort God's Word in an effort to sabotage its meaning.  Much like churches during the time of the apostles, churches today are affected by the ramifications of distorting God's Word.  Over the next several weeks, we will look at specific biblical topics our culture distorts and allow God's Word to take what has been distorted and make it clear for us again.  We pray our series, "Distorted" will encourage you and instill in you a confidence for the authority and sufficiency of Scripture.

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Greater Than: A Study in Hebrews

The book of Hebrews was written to encourage believers to persevere in their faith because of the supremacy of Christ.  Jesus is our great High Priest and intercedes on our behalf and gives us rest.  He is described in Hebrews as the author and finisher of our faith and the guarantee of our salvation.  Join us during this series as we discover the power and authority of Jesus Christ and put our trust in Him as God, who is greater than all.

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