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There’s nothing really new in the world. The moment progress is felt, the same pains, the same injustices, the same wickedness rear their smug faces. We take two steps forward and two steps back. Some want to say things are always getting worse while others are saying things are getting better, and then the weather changes and so does both of their…
 
Love is thrown around to describe all sorts of relationships, but there is a love the Bible condemns over and over: the love of money. We all have an off again, on again love affair with wealth. The questions most pressing are first, why is that so dangerous and second, where can we go looking for love instead? Join us as we continue to learn from …
 
The longer you live and the longer you work at something, the more often you find yourself asking, “Is this worth it? What’s the point?” If you’ve ever asked that question, join us as we continue walking through the unconventional wisdom of Ecclesiastes. It’ll be worth it. Sermon Notes: https://www.bible.com/events/48885458 22.05.08…
 
Today, we will hear how the Teacher addresses the pursuit of pleasure and shows how that too is a dead end out of the maze of life. There is no satisfaction from pleasure under the sun. As we go through Ecclesiastes 2, we will see three things about pleasure: 1) pleasure promises much, but 2) pleasure produces pain when it’s pursued above all else,…
 
There are really only two ways to respond to the claims of Jesus’ resurrection. He either resurrected or didn’t. Your answer not only reveals your historical method but your present life. So much - whether you’re a Christian or not - hangs in the balance on this choice. Join us for Resurrection Sunday as we explore the depths of the Gospel of Jesus…
 
Imagine you are accused of a crime, and despite the utter lack of evidence to convict, you are declared “guilty” by a jury of your peers. Imagine now you have a significant amount of evidence that proves your innocence, and still, the jury declares you “guilty.” It is this very miscarriage of justice that Jesus experienced by the religious leaders …
 
Across every major world religion and for anyone who has heard His name, everyone has a take on Jesus. The real question is “Who does Jesus say He is?” Join us as we walk through a unique moment in Jesus’ life, where Jesus unapologetically reveals who He is, and invites us to hear Him out. I’ll put it this way, if it’s not true, it’s absolutely cra…
 
In Week One of our newest series, Pastor Ben Kaempfer discusses living in, hearing, and discerning God's will over our lives in the now. Many Christians, over the course of their lives, will ask the question "God, what is your will for my life?", and Pastor Ben explains how over the next few weeks, we will be working through the Sovereign will of G…
 
What prevents us from responding properly to Jesus? In our passage, we see someone who gets what he has been waiting 38 years for, and seems totally unaffected by God’s gracious gift. Even the religious leaders observing the miracle care more about their religious traditions than a man being healed. We are going to look at three main ways that hind…
 
Everyone is after something. What is Jesus after and are you aligned with where Jesus is going? Few questions are as crucial for the follower of Jesus (or for the one who is curious about Jesus). Join us as we continue to learn alongside the disciples what God does when He takes on flesh. John won’t let us miss it. Sermon Notes: https://www.bible.c…
 
Few people in the history of the world have been entrusted with powerful, God-given positions only to walk away and know joy to the full. Jesus called John the Baptist the best of the prophets and one of the greatest human beings who ever lived. Join us as we continue through the Gospel account of John and see how John the Baptist oriented his life…
 
Jesus confronts someone, who by no means is looking to change, and tells him that everyone, including him, must have a fresh start and become a completely transformed person, in order to experience life the way God designed it. Jesus says that real, lasting change is both necessary and actually possible, though not in the way you might think. Join …
 
Transportation is filled with guardrails, protecting you from dangers that could be. What about our own lives? Do we need personal guardrails? As you set goals and think about the year ahead, finding personal areas of your heart to protect will keep you from future regrets…and help you achieve the things you plan for.…
 
What image comes into your mind when you think about Jesus? The picture John gives is both scandalous to some modern Christians and also surprising to Christians throughout the ages. But maybe that’s why we can trust Him… I hope you join us as we continue to see who God reveals Himself to be in Jesus. You might just crack a smile. Sermon Notes: htt…
 
Transportation is filled with guardrails, protecting you from dangers that could be. What about our own lives? Do we need personal guardrails? As you set goals and think about the year ahead, finding personal areas of your heart to protect will keep you from future regrets…and help you achieve the things you plan for.…
 
We are beings who “want,” and Jesus, rather than condemning us for being “wanting” creatures, meets us there in the midst of our tangled desires. Join us as we continue to walk through John’s Gospel account. John retells how he experienced Jesus guiding him and his friends into more than they could have realized they wanted. Come and see for yourse…
 
Transportation is filled with guardrails, protecting you from dangers that could be. What about our own lives? Do we need personal guardrails? As you set goals and think about the year ahead, finding personal areas of your heart to protect will keep you from future regrets…and help you achieve the things you plan for.…
 
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