Monthly Archives: October 2013

Dreaming God-Size Dreams – Sermon 10.27.13

Pastor Mark’s not sure he has an ultimate goal for his life. He starts by talking about Michael Dell and his goal to compete with IBM and how he made that happen. Pastor Mark says that “if I’m not attentive … Continue reading

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What Are We Afraid Of – Sermon 10.20.13

With Halloween looming, many of us could be facing childhood fears. The pastor mentions his fear of vampires and monsters. He mentions that a “child’s fear of the dark is one of the most universal, consistent, persistent and widely exploited … Continue reading

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Old Man, New Man (Part 3) – Sermon 10.13.13

This week’s reading comes again from Romans 6: 5-8 and 12-14. “Part of the reason” Pastor Mark “wanted to spend so much time with this subject matter is because it can be difficult for Christians to see their New Life … Continue reading

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Old Man, New Man (Part 2) – Sermon 10.06.13

This week’s reading comes from Romans 6: 5-8 and 12-14. In order to accept the death of our ‘old man’, our ‘sinful nature’, we need to believe it. This will help us find peace. The ‘old man’ was crucified and … Continue reading

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Old Man, New Man – Sermon 9.29.13

In this passage from Romans, Paul tells us exactly what we need to know to live a Godly life. “Our OLD MAN is CRUCIFIED with HIM.” That is the image of mankind before Christ came along and died for our … Continue reading

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