Monthly Archives: November 2012

Royalty & All That Jazz – Sermon 11.25.12

The Advent Season begins next week. We, as Americans are “not very good at waiting.” Henri Nouwen, a prominent Catholic theologian of the 20th Century says, “most people consider waiting to be a waste of time.” Our guest speaker, Rev. … Continue reading

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Attitude of Gratitude – 11.18.12

The Scripture reading is from 2 Corinthians 9:6-15 and is commonly referred to as ‘generosity encouraged.’ At this time of year, we are giving so much of ourselves. “God loveth a cheerful giver” 2:Corinthians 9:7. That is what we should … Continue reading

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All Saints’ Sunday

Pastor Mark drew from Luke 6:17-26 for his All Saints’ Sunday sermon. He discusses what it means to be a saint. In general, a ‘saint’ “lived out Christ in such a way that makes us want to be here in the … Continue reading

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Knowing the Plan Helps Carry it Out

In Ephesians 3:1-13, we continue with our study of the Gentiles’ new path to salvation through Jesus Christ. The message was certainly a new one and may have been difficult to accept for both Jews and Gentiles. Since he can’t … Continue reading

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Jesus – the Key Stone of Peace, Part II

In the last sermon, we discussed how the Gentiles were now free to receive salvation and hope in-Christ, how there was no one group of people who had the corner on the market of salvation any longer. Jesus freed us … Continue reading

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Jesus – the Key Stone of Peace

In Ephesians 1:16 – 2:15, we continue to learn great truths about ourselves as Christians. We learned some from the previous week and are building upon those. How will we respond to these challenges? Will many of us think of … Continue reading

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Who Are You Really?

This is the sermon from the scripture reading Ephesians 1:3-14. In order for us to fulfill our purpose on this planet, we must “who we are in-Christ Jesus”. Many Christians don’t know who they really are. “We were created, in-Christ, … Continue reading

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Ephesians Study and All Saints’ Day

We will be posting sermon studies from the Ephesians block and the All Saints’ Day sermon this week and next. We won’t go further back than that but will move forward. The Pastor feels these studies are very important and … Continue reading

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Poinsettia Order Forms

It’s that time of year, KLCC family. Time to order Christmas Poinsettias. Please see the attached form if you don’t get one with your newsletter (or don’t get a newsletter. BTW If you want to receive the newsletter, just call … Continue reading

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Sermon – 11.11.12 – “There, but Unaware”

  Pastor Mark uses the example of a woman in Wales who fought hard to get electricity but barely used it. It’s like that with our faith. “It’s there, but so often, it’s rarely used. It’s like people are unaware … Continue reading

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