Sep 18, 2016
I Know A Place

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  • Sep 18, 2016I Know A Place
    Sep 18, 2016
    I Know A Place

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  • May 29, 2016Dare To Be A Daniel
    May 29, 2016
    Dare To Be A Daniel
    Series: None
    Daniel 1:1-21; Unleash your inner prophet.
  • Apr 17, 2016God of the Second Chance
    Apr 17, 2016
    God of the Second Chance
    Series: None
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  • Apr 10, 2016Benefit of the Doubt
    Apr 10, 2016
    Benefit of the Doubt
    Series: None
    John 20:24-31. Thomas, commonly known as "Doubting Thomas," is seen in a questionable or negative light by many. However, could honest doubt lead to owned faith? Also see notes file for Charles' outline of the text.
  • Apr 3, 2016Did You Lock the Door?
    Apr 3, 2016
    Did You Lock the Door?
    Series: None
    Text: John 20:19-23
  • Mar 27, 2016Why Do You Seek the Living Among the Dead?
    Mar 27, 2016
    Why Do You Seek the Living Among the Dead?
    Series: None
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  • Mar 27, 2016The Ultimate Easter Egg Hunt
    Mar 27, 2016
    The Ultimate Easter Egg Hunt
    Series: None
    Sermon delivered by Pastor Charles for 2016 Easter Sunrise Service, based on Matthew 28:1-6.
  • Mar 20, 2016Moments Like These, Places Like This, People Like Us
    Mar 20, 2016
    Moments Like These, Places Like This, People Like Us
    Series: None
    Text: Luke 19:28-44. Jesus' Triumphal Entry represents the momentary acclaim on the part of the crowd for the miracle working Christ, but immediately afterward he weeps over Jerusalem, because he knows the adulation is short-lived, and that Jerusalem is missing the moment of God's visitation, not knowing what will really bring them peace. God uses a myriad of simple encounters to initiate his subversive kingdom agenda. They wanted royalty, he brought reality in the form of servanthood. They wanted a king on a throne; Jesus was that king, but the path to his throne would lead to the cross. Rather than seeking a hero, we need to be responding to the call of a savior who really does have the ability to meet not only our "felt" needs but the deepest needs of every heart. His love is experienced in the most commonplace situations: in moments like these, in places like this, among people like us. It is in these places and spaces his kingdom rule and reign begins. It is in these places where transformation takes place.
  • Mar 6, 2016He Bore Our Shame
    Mar 6, 2016
    He Bore Our Shame
    Series: None
    Shame is distinct from guilt or conviction. Guilt says, "You did something bad." Shame says, "You are bad." Lewis Smedes, former professor at Fuller Seminary, defines shame this way: "A vague, undefined heaviness that presses on our spirit, dampens our gratitude for the goodness of life, and slackens the free flow of joy. Jesus bore our shame on the cross, enduring the most shameful treatment and death imaginable. His sacrifice liberates us from the shackles of shame, enabling us to live in the light of his love.
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  • Feb 28, 2016The God of All Comfort
    Feb 28, 2016
    The God of All Comfort
    Series: None
    In 2 Corinthians 1:3-11, The Apostle Paul informs us that God comforts us in all of our trials so that we may comfort others.