“It’s Just Not Okay” (07-12-20)

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The Holy Spirit makes us one. The Holy Spirit makes us brothers and sisters. Because of this, we can see clearly the differences that make up our church and recognize that what unites us is so much more significant than what divides us! Sermon Notes 7-12-20  

“New Normal” (07-05-20)

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As we start to see businesses and restaurants reopen in our community it’s easy for us to look forward to things getting back to normal. But what if normal isn’t enough? What if we are missing out on a huge opportunity to let the Holy Spirit into our lives and change us from the inside out? What if there is …

Refusing to Change (06-28-20)

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 Passage: 2 Kings 5:1-14 We’ve been forced into a situation totally outside of our control, and it hasn’t taken long to discover that none of our strength, influence, our financial well-being, our skills, or connections can save us.  Instead this for many of us has become a season of total surrender.  Naaman was probably accustomed to getting what he wanted. With …

“Sitting Duck” (06-21-20)

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We are an instant culture. Instant-download, instant savings, instant coffee, instant pots… Instant is what both catches our eye and makes us an easy target. And Satan knows this, instant knowledge was at the heart of the fall. So as these hard days grow longer, the temptation for instant pleasure grows with it. We are tempted to give into whatever …

Short Fuse (06-14-20)

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You feel it lurking under the surface. It’s more real than you’ve ever felt in your entire life. In this season, it only takes one thing to set you off. It is anger. Pressure has a way of unleashing what has always been beneath the surface, and this pandemic presents an opportunity to see what we press into when pressure …

“I’m Busting Out of here”

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Call it “isolation,” “staying healthy at home,” “social distancing,” or “cabin fever.” These are words, or phrases that capture this idea: nowhere to go, and nothing to do. Couple that with long days, messy homes, heavy workloads and close quarters, and it is an excellent recipe for a stir-crazy household. And we’ve all felt it in this season. The conditions …