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Genesis 43:1-14 - How Do I Let Go Of Grief?




Louie Zamperini was a famous Olympian that served in World War II as a bombardier on a B-24 Liberator. When his plan crashed he found himself a POW. He was constantly abused by his captors. After the war, while he came home to a hero's welcome, he couldn't leave behind the pain of his past and it nearly ruined his life. Join us in learning how to leave the pain of your past behind before it ruins your future.


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Genesis 27 - Sin Never Pays




When a mom in Murray, Utah found her 4th-grade daughter bullying another girl about her clothes she came up with a particularly apt form of punishment. She decided to send her daughter to school in ugly outfits. After experiencing two days of her friends picking on her nerdy clothes, the mother knew she made her point. Sin has consequences. As we study Isaac's dysfunctional family, we learn the unexpected consequences of sin in his family's life. Sin never pays.


Genesis 27 - Sin Never Pays - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 27 - Sin Never Pays - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 27 - Sin Never Pays - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 27 - Sin Never Pays - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 27 - Sin Never Pays- Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Genesis 18 - Guests




John and Francis Canning had an unexpected guest at their wedding in England at Manchester Town Hall. As they stood in disbelief, Queen Elizabeth appeared, shook their hands and congratulated them on their marriage. You never know who will show up for dinner. In Genesis 18, Jesus—a guest more infamous than the Queen mother, shows up to have lunch with Abraham and Sarah. Like an encouraging meal with an old friend, Jesus encourages Abraham, Sarah and us that no matter the obstacles we face, he is more than capable of overcoming them.


Genesis 18 - Guests - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 18 - Guests - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 18 - Guests - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 18 - Guests - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 18 - Guests - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Genesis 4+5 - Descent





A 1991 article in the Chicago Tribune told how a Texas mother was so intent on her 13 year old daughter making the cheerleading squad that she hired a hitman to kill the mother of her daughters competition. Detectives discovered she originally planned a double murder of the daughter and the mother but the double murder turned out to be too expensive so she opted for a single murder of the mother for a cheap $2,500. All this to secure her 13 year old daughter's spot on the cheerleading squad. How to people become so evil and cold-hearted? As we continue our way through Genesis we learn how sin slowly takes control of each of our lives and drags us into a descent of increasing levels of wickedness. Jesus is our line of hope from God to break free.

Genesis 4 + 5 - Descent - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 4 + 5 - Descent - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 4 + 5 - Descent - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 4 + 5 - Descent - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 4 + 5 - Descent - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline?





When the wheels fall off of life, what went wrong? Has God lost control? Is God punishing us for our sin? In this message we learn what is wrong with the prosperity gospel and why suffering is evidence of God's love.

Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Manuscript - PDF
Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Sermon Handout - PDF
Luke 1:57-66 - Zechariah - What Do I Need To Know About God's Discipline? - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
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James 1:1-4 - There is Joy in My Trial




Why is life so hard? I thought God loved us? It feels like life became tougher after I came to Jesus. These are questions that, like ghosts, haunt our minds when life is tough. While the trials of life are never easy, James gives us solid answers about why God allows them to come into our life and how we can grow in them. There is a ray of light even in our darkest moments.

James - There is Joy in My Trial - Audio - MP3
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