Greater Love (John 15:12 – 17)

The commandment to love others is one of the greatest obligations we have, according to Jesus’ own testimony. Today, Deacon Mike Beyelia shares how that love is lived out in the lives of those who follow Jesus.

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Finding Your Place (Mark 10:35 – 45)

Almost everywhere you go, there is a “pecking order” established that determines who gets what, when, and for how long. Is Jesus’ kingdom like that? How does one advance in His economy? Jesus instructs His disciples about that topic, and Pastor Eldred shares the wrong and right ways to advance in Jesus’ kingdom.

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The Thrill of Hope (Luke 1:67 – 79)

Christmas is a time for celebrating the hope of possibilities. As the promised son to Zechariah and Elizabeth is born and named, a song filled with celebratory hope is sung. Listen as these two short sentences are examined and explained. Ask yourself if you can sing this hopeful theme yourself.

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Looking Closely (Mark 9:2 – 13)

It is vitally important to pay attention to your surroundings. What you think you see may not be what is actually occurring. In this passage, Jesus allows His disciples to have a “behind the scenes” view of His person, power, and plan. As Pastor shares, ask God to show you how He is at work […]

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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 Servant has arrived.

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Enjoy Your Relationship! (John 17:20 – 26)

The relationship we enjoy with Jesus as our Lord and Savior is meant to be an encouragement and joy to us each day. As we look at the High Priestly prayer of Jesus, we find reasons to be encouraged and evidence that God is concerned for our safety and well-being. Our guest speaker today, Brenden […]

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God’s Word is Not Bound! Acts 4:1 – 22

Throughout the course of history, those who follow Jesus have followed the Great Commission – telling the good news of what Jesus has done to those who have yet to hear and believe it. The question often comes, “How is that done? I don’t know what to do or say?” Today, we look at the […]

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