Come to Jesus (Mark 2:1 – 12)

Jesus invites all to come to Him and find rest for their souls. Those who hear Him usually fall into three categories. Some are curious about His person and message. Others are critical, not sure what to make of this man. Many gather, simply because there is a crowd. When

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Reaching Out (Mark 1:40 – 45)

How well do you handle interruptions? When life doesn’t follow your scheduled plan, how do you respond? Today we see Jesus’ schedule being disrupted, yet He takes time to reach out to those in need without treating people as though they are interruptions in His plan. We see two men

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In Search Of … (Mark 1:29 – 39)

The television show “In Search Of…” probed the myths and legends of our culture and tried to give explanations for extraordinary occurrences. It proved popular, partly because people like to have answers, no matter how ludicrous those answers might be. Mark introduces us to several who were searching. We will

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The Servant Speaks (Mark 1:14 – 20)

The first time anything is attempted, it is not usually as good as anticipated. This morning we hear Jesus preach His first sermon – and find it BETTER than one might hope. It is a message of hope, good news, and a call to obedience.

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The Servant Arrives! Mark 1: 1 – 11

Mark records the arrival ceremony of two great individuals. Far from being filled with pomp and circumstance, their arrival is almost archaic in its nature. Nothing indicates position, popularity, or prominence; yet the arrival of these two persons marks a turning point in history. Mark tells us in the Great

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Ready for Good News? Mark 1:1

We live in a society that is filled with news, but most of it is less than encouraging. Wouldn’t it be nice to hear GOOD news? Mark tells us that Good News is possible – and it involves the person of Jesus. Listen as we introduce a new sermon series

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Facing the Future (2 Timothy 1:7)

Grief often strikes with the triple reality that life is short, eternity is real, and death is certain for us all. The follower of Jesus is not immune from grief; but how should we face and deal with grief? Paul’s words to Timothy give us a pattern to follow as

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New Realities (John 21:1 – 19)

The bold apostles who proclaimed Jesus’ Messiahship at the Feast of Pentecost were not always so convinced. They went through a period of transition – from confused followers to dedicated disciples. Three realities shaped their thinking and lives; and they will transform yours if you will allow it. Notice these

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