Monthly Archives: February 2013

“Jesus Christ Is Lord…I Think?” – Sermon 2.24.13

Pastor Mark talks about the teaching that “one can receive Jesus Christ as Savior…but not necessarily as Lord…” Yes, God accepts us “just as we are” but “it is wrong to teach that it doesn’t make any difference to God … Continue reading

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Letting His Light Shine Through – Sermon 2.17.13

We hear the “absolutely unlimited potential of Christ in us” as Christians and yet we don’t “fully enter into that unlimited potential.” We do what we’ve always done so we always get what we always got. If life throws us … Continue reading

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Making the Main Thing – THE Main Thing (Sermon 2.10.13)

To begin this discussion of Ephesians 4:11-16, 22-25, 30-32, Pastor Mark tells a story of two paddleboats traveling in the Deep South. They begin to race. One uses not only their coal but also their cargo to win. He reminds … Continue reading

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United WE Stand, Divided – Sermon 2.3.13

From the brief reading of Ephesians 4:4-6, we see that ONENESS is the central theme. “UNITY  through Jesus Christ is so important to the overall PLAN of God.” John Wesley, founder of Methodism, had a dream of heaven and hell … Continue reading

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Slip On By – Finding Favour

Watch this video, courtesy of godtube. It holds a beautiful message for how we can live our lives: http://www.godtube.com/watch/?v=0JEMFJNU

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