Sermon – January 7, 2018

Liz Dante shares about addiction alongside some personal testimony.

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Sermon – December 31, 2017

Let this be the year of the four R’s; Restoration, Recognizing, Resourcing, Releasing

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Sermon – December 24, 2017

Dennis talks about how the birth of Christ is shrouded in mystery and intrigue. He also asks the question; Do you believe in angels?

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Sermon – December 17, 2017

The Virgin Birth

Chanda begins by giving a word during the third week of Advent. Followed by Dennis speaking on the virgin birth of Jesus.

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The Birth of Christ

The Birth of Christ

December 2017

In this Christmas season there is a lot of activity swirling about us. Shopping for gifts, office parties, church functions, and family events fill our schedules. I suppose it may seem a bit trite or repetitive to focus on the true meaning of Christmas, but yet so necessary to reign in our scattered thinking and for a moment, put a laser focus on it.

Yes, Jesus is “the reason for the season.” Not just his virgin birth, as absolutely important as that is, but the reason he came. To redeem mankind. To restore us to a relationship with Father that was torn apart in the Garden when Adam and Eve decided in their rebellion, they could be as smart as God!

So, take a moment; shut out the hustle and bustle. Think about your life and your relationship with the one who created you. Take stock of your year in review. Have you spent time with him? Do you know him better now than you did then? Reflect in the quietness.

He came for you!

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Sermon December 10, 2017

Guest speaker Nicole Yoder from International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ). Nicole is Director of ICEJ Aid in Israel and is giving an update to the congregation.

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Sermon December 3, 2017

A sermon from pastor Dennis about unity in the church.

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