Monthly Archives: January 2014

Dealing with Demons – Sermon 1.26.14

Pastor Mark asks us “what demons trouble us?” You know the “things that keep up from experiencing the fullness of Christ in us.” The demon of fear robs many Christians of their joy, for example. Life scares a lot of … Continue reading

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An Account for Christ – Sermon 1.19.14

The Maddoxes came to be baptized this week and Pastor Mark wants to thank them for making ‘that account for the hope that is in them.’ Being baptized is a ‘confession of faith’ and how we continue to make that … Continue reading

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Lightening Our Load in 2014 – Sermon 1.12.14

Pastor Mark got stuck in Missouri due to the snowstorms there last week. He wasn’t able to get a flight out until Wednesday. A minor hiccup in Dallas – his “carry-on” bag had to be stowed below on the small … Continue reading

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??? – Sermon 1.5.14

Rev. Dan Owen, who is filling in for Pastor Mark, mentions that the Gospel of Matthew does NOT have an account of the Nativity. “You could almost say that, after the promising and reassuring Christmas stories we read about in … Continue reading

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Do You See What I See? – Sermon 12.29.13

Pastor Mark wonders how perceptive we are. He talks about a law school exercise his wife went through. Someone came into her lecture class, then took something and left. The students were then asked questions about what they saw. There … Continue reading

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