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Holy Day Scenarios - Give an Answer

When questions or conflict comes p regarding your observance of the Holy Days, how will you answer?

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Courage to Give Up Riches

We don't just have to fight greed, we have to fight fear of not having enough. This can lead us to hoard and possibly even leave God's way. To have courage to give up riches, we have to trust God and his shield to put out this tricky...

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The Parable of the Minas

The parables that Jesus taught carry rich instruction for us? What was the purpose of Christ telling he parable of the minas?

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Lessons from Children in the Bible

We are proud of our children growing up in the faith. What can we learn from the children recorded in the Bible?

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Resurrection of Christ

It may be the most important event in human history! The resurrection of Jesus Christ to eternal life is vital for us to understand.

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Our Christian Hope

At times in our lives hope can seem lost. Here we explore our greatest hope: what is needed to have hope, how to strengthen our hope, as well as the positive effects of hope.

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Lessons from the Life of Abel

Abel is only mentioned in a few short verses in the Bible, yet his life records important lessons for us today.

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Spiritual Chess

The way chess is played can be an analogy for how God interacts with mankind. We compare 3 elements of chess, seeing many steps ahead, always being covered, and sacrifice being needed, to get a glimpse into God's deep layered plan for each of us.

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Lessons from Blind Bartimaeus

While the story of blind Bartimaeus is a historical fact, what allegorical lessons are there for us today?

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Reverse Engineering - Complaining

Paul advises us to learn from Israel's wilderness sins so we don't fall prey to them. In this sermon we reverse engineer the sin of complaining.

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