Freedom in the Gospel: The Blessing of Faith

When you think of blessings, what typically comes to your mind?  You may think of physical items like your home, car or possessions.  You may think of your health, family or friends.  Hopefully one of the things that comes to your mind is the incredible blessing that we find in...

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Freedom in the Gospel: Justified

When’s the last time that you stopped to really consider all that the gospel is and its implications for our life?  When’s the last time that you thought on the reality that through faith in Jesus, we are declared righteous by God, forgiven of our sins and brought into the...

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Freedom in the Gospel: Only One Gospel

As we begin our study in the book of Galatians we’re reminded of the reason Paul originally wrote to the Galatian churches.  As false teachers came in and began to promote a false gospel, Paul wrote to remind the Galatians of the true gospel and its rightful place in their...

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Beginnings: In the Beginning, God…

This week we began a new sermon series, “Beginnings: A Study of Genesis 1-3” As discussed on Sunday, Genesis 1-3 lays the foundation for everything we believe. Without these three chapters, we would not have the Bible because all of the Scriptures are built on the basis of the truths...

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Who Is This Jesus? God’s Promised Savior

It has been said that our current generation is filled with “Saturday’s Children”.  This, of course, is an evangelical way of looking at things because Saturday is in reference to the day after the resurrection.  In short, Saturday’s Children are people who are lost, looking for a savior.  In viewing the landscape of our culture,...

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Who Is This Jesus? God’s Perfect Sacrifice

As we have moved through the gospel of Mark we have seen Jesus do some incredible things.  His wisdom, teachings, healings and miracles have all pointed to Jesus’ true identity as Savior.  But all of that was secondary to Jesus’ larger mission, to reconcile the world to God.  This was...

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