Monthly Archives: July 2013

“Are We Available?” – Sermon 7.28.13

What does it mean to be power-hungry? Is it a desire to control an environment and everyone in it? Is it someone who doesn’t care who they hurt to get what they want? What is it? Regardless of what power-hungry … Continue reading

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“What’s the Meaning of It All?” – Sermon 7.21.13

“What is the meaning and purpose for our existence?” Pastor Mark poses this question using the scripture passage John 17: 1-11. Then he goes on to quote MacBeth’s ponderings in Act 5, Scene 5 beginning with “Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and … Continue reading

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“Heard Any Good News Lately?” – Sermon 7.14.13

While illustrating the point of Romans 5: 1-8, Pastor Mark relates a story about listening to a sermon on the radio that ended with “And finally brethren, I’d like to say that we’re all going to hell.” He wonders where … Continue reading

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“Are You ‘Dying’ to KNOW?” – Sermon 7.7.13

In this passage, Paul says, “I die daily.” What does he mean by this statement? Jesus requires His followers to ‘accept the fact that they will die, don’t struggle against their death and make their lives matter.’ Why? It’s because … Continue reading

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“What Are You Doing with Your Freedom?” – Sermon 6.30.13

Galatians 5:1 states, “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.” To illustrate this passage, Pastor Mark discusses the story of Washoe, … Continue reading

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