Monthly Archives: January 2013

“Just One Thing” – Sermon 1.27.13

Previously, we’ve discussed that this passage from Ephesians is a game plan for Christians. We also discussed three of the five virtues that set a Christian apart. They are HUMILITY, GENTLENESS, and PATIENCE. This week, we get to LOVE and … Continue reading

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Just One Thing – Sermon 1.20.13

Last week, we mentioned in the first half of this sermon that Paul is outlining our game plan as Christians. In this passage from Ephesians 4:1-3, Paul gives us five virtues that set a Christian apart. They are: HUMILITY, GENTLENESS, … Continue reading

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Just One Thing – Sermon 1.13.13

We’re halfway through our study of Ephesians.  It’s important to know the game plan. Ephesians 4:1-3 is a brief game plan for Christians. Paul transitions to “illustrate what each member of the Church MUST BE ~ IF ~ the Church … Continue reading

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What Is Our God? – Sermon 1.6.13

Epiphanies are many things. Generally, it’s “an appearance or manifestation, especially of a deity.”  On this Sunday, we celebrate the Three Wise Men and their ‘epiphany.’ Pastor Mark talks about meeting a young man at a church fish fry. The … Continue reading

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Christmas Preparations – Sermon 12.16.12

Pastor Mark discusses Luke 3:1-6, aka John the Baptist prepares the way, by beginning with the story of Pastor John Ortberg and his busy life. He was so used to being busy that he rushed his daughter along during a … Continue reading

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Turning Ordinary Places Into Victorious Places – Sermon 12-30-12

Pastor Mark asks us to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes, those of the wise men as presented in Matthew 2:1-12. They faithfully followed a star, and found an “ordinary house.” They must’ve been disappointed. We have all had moments … Continue reading

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