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One Last Thing . . . Jesu: Messiah, King, Savior, Friend Women and Worship Burning Questions The Inbetween Kindness is our superpower Guest Speaker Awaiting the Messiah Vernacular Parables Haggai I John Churning Waters- Navigating Conflict Biblical Marriage and Sexual Expression Easter 2018- Out of the Depths For Freedom: Paul and Galatians Paternity Leave Tis the Season Gideon: The Hero Within Growing Young Misreading Scripture The Seven Life In The Spirit Epic: God's Story of Redemption Who holds up your arms? Holiday Christmas Special A Homily on Shoefiti Our Exodus The Last Enemy
Advent easter Easter Good friday Guest Speaker Jordan Coss Randy Hall
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Nick Berens Mike Cope Jordan Coss Thien Dang Scott Falkowski Randy Hall Shane Hughes Jason Locke Tony Mauldin Ken McAlpin Samuel Montoya Travis Pappa Jarrod Robinson Kyle Sapp Monty Tuttle Brad Voss
So often in our Biblical study we miss the forest for the trees. This series will focus on the meta-narrative, or the big picture story, of God's love and redemption with humanity.
This December we look at Advent through a warm and whimsical perspective of television and movie Holiday Specials. What can we learn about the truth of Christmas, from watching tv? Based on the blog series by Richard Beck, via experitmentaltheology.blogspot.com
This sermon probes the need for empathy, as it is a hallmark of churches that are reaching young people. Jesus showed considerable empathy in his incarnation. He put on his own shoes so that he could step into ours. It is now our turn
The exodus of Israel from Egypt is fulfilled in Jesus' exodus for us, but it comes with a warning.
Reflections from a gravesite.