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It’s a Mad, Mad World

When did the world get so angry? How did it happen so quickly? Yes, we have some serious issues to deal with in the world of relationships (especially race, religion, and politics), but I don’t remember another time during my lifetime when everyone was so angry about them. How did we get so full of frustration that the slightest disagreement or difference of opinion overflows to unkind words, unloving hate, or outright violence?

We’re tired of what’s going on in our world and many are angry about it. What is a believer in Jesus to think in times like these? To feel when life is out of control? To do when we’re angry? God has shown us in the Bible, Micah 6:8.

sermon by: Larry Murray
date: 08.20.2017

 
ACTS: God of the Possible

In ACTS 12, the power of God is displayed in impossible situations. We usually use the word “impossible” to describe situations that appear to have limited solutions. But sometimes we encounter a truly impossible situation where there are no human solutions, no easy answers. Whether global politics, racial conflicts, or personal problems - all things are possible with God.

It is in our seemingly impossible situations that God’s power is demonstrated best for our good and His glory.

sermon by: Larry Murray
date: 08.13.2017

 
ACTS: The Gospel for ALL People

Since life is short, death is certain, and eternity is forever, the most important question in life for the sake of eternity is, “How can I be saved?”

As we walk through the book of ACTS, up till chapter 9, the apostles believed that to be right with God, a pagan Gentile had to become a practicing Jew in the sense of obeying the Jewish laws regarding circumcision, diet, and other ceremonial issues. The thought of a Gentile getting saved without first becoming a Jew was completely foreign to them. In ACTS 10-11, however, God made it clear to Peter that everyone who believes Jesus Christ died as their death substitute and was resurrected receives God’s free gift of salvation. The Gospel is for ALL people regardless of ethnic race, national identity, or personal morality.

sermon by: Larry Murray
date: 08.06.2017

 
ACTS: The Church God Blesses

When we look at the people of the early church in the book of ACTS. We see how God allows challenges and changes of life as great opportunities to trust and obey him. We see how God blessed their lives as they allowed God’s Spirit to control them.

In Acts 9:31-43, we see Peter serving the Lord, not in a public gathering of thousands, but in a private, personal setting - ministering to the needs of just two people. And we see God blessing him, using him for his willingness to serve in changing circumstances when he was needed, where he was needed, and to those who needed him at the moment.

sermon by: Larry Murray
date: 07.23.2017

 
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Current Sermon Series: ACTS
ACTS isn’t simply a book about doctrine or theology, it tells the story of Jesus continued ministry on Earth through the Church today by the power of the Holy Spirit.
(Spring - Fall 2017)


RELATIONSHIPS
(grace required)
Winter 2017
Broken people in messy relationships can experience the reconciling grace of God.

EPHESIANS
Unity in the Body

Summer and Fall 2016 
Christ Jesus has called us as His Body to be a united, diverse church in whom God dwells among us and in the world.

 

JOSHUA:
Be Strong and Courageous

Winter and Spring 2016

Most of the time, courageous faith doesn’t look very courageous. It’s not the absence of fear, it’s the presence of faith in God and the promises of His Word.