Scarcity or Abundance? (03-08-21)

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Matthew 6:19-24, 33 verse 19: “Don’t treasure TREASURES.” Two take-aways:   1.)    If money DEFINES you, it will DESTROY you. “You will always struggle to be generous if you have not learned to be content with what you have.” 2.)   When Jesus DEFINES you, He will DIRECT you. Sermon Notes 3-7-21 Digging Deeper 3-7-21

All in a Whisper (2-28-21)

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·      Samuel 3:1-10 ·      Psalm 46:10 ·      Luke 19: 37-40 ·      Psalm 148 ·      John 3:16-17 Many people desire to hear from God, yet they claim they have never heard him speak.  Some expect a loud audible voice, yet God most often speaks in a whisper.  Why?  In order to …

His Mercy is More (09-20-20)

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  What do you do with the reality that many situations in this life leave us feeling anything but thankful? As the world threatens to fill our minds with everything broken in this world, how do we live with honest awareness and great hope? Healthy starts with honesty- the writer of Lamentations does not gloss over grief but dives straight …

Chosen (09-13-20)

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We read in 1 John 3, that if we have material possessions shouldn’t we help those who don’t? If the love of God is in us…. shouldn’t we help the “least of these brothers and sisters?” Are you available to be CHOSEN?

“You Need a Mentor!” (09-06-20)

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Pastor Eric shares his heart for discipleship in this sermon entitled, “You NEED a Mentor!” Break the cycle of consumer Christianity with us as we engage in a new cycle of discipleship. Sermon Notes 9-6-20  

Heart, Soul ,Strength (08-02-20)

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Loving God with all our heart, soul and strength is so much more than just that. In our ever changing world this universal truth holds firm… Love the Lord your God with everything that gives you life, everything that makes you who you are, and everything else that you have control over in this life. As we continue to find …

“Broken Cisterns” (07-26-20)

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The dry wells God’s people had dug were never going to produce the kind of water they thirsted for. Have we settled for broken cisterns, or are we going to choose that we are going to stop digging for nothing? Jesus offers us the living water that never runs dry. Sermon Notes 7-26-20 Digging Deeper 7-26-20