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Genesis 26 - Sequel




Hollywood is famous for their sequels. There are seven rocky movies. There will soon be ten Star Wars movies. Everyone loves a good sequel. In Genesis 26, we find Isaac's life is a sequel of his father Abraham. He faces many of the same tests, temptations and conflicts as well as enjoys the same blessings. Isaac is only the first of a long line of men and women that live by faith. We are part of that line today. Join us as we learn to walk by faith as we face the same challenges as those who came before us.


Genesis 26 - Sequel - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 26 - Sequel - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 26 - Sequel - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 26 - Sequel - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 26 - Sequel - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Genesis 24 - Marriage




In 1970, 36 percent of Americans were single. Today 50.2 percent are single. People aren't getting married. it is easier to live together, sleep together and break up when things get difficult. Sex used to be reserved for marriage. Soon it became for those who were dating. Eventually it was for friends—with benefits. Craigslist and Tinder made anonymous sex possible so people don't even need to know one another. Where did it lead? Today, 40 percent of children go to bed without a father. A third of all children are born to unwed mothers. Those are the results of dating and marriage American-style. Clearly, it is not working. In Genesis 24, as we study the marriage of Isaac and Rebekah. We study what marriage looks like God-style. We learn the right choices we need to make and the guidance God promises to provide that will make dating and marriage a success.


Genesis 24 - Marriage - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 24 - Marriage - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 24 - Marriage - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 24 - Marriage - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 24 - Marriage - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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Genesis 20 - Relapse




After seven months of sobriety, while dealing with a stressful time in the office, she rinsed her mouth with Scope after brushing her teeth. Instead of spitting it out, the sudden rush of alcohol was so exhilarating that she swallowed it. That began Vicki's relapse into alcoholism that continued for months, not with traditional booze but by swallowing her mouthwash after brushing her teeth. The triggers that can relapse us into our old sinful habits come from the most unexpected places and are hard to avoid. As we follow the story of Abraham, we find he struggled with relapsing into persistent sin when he ran across his sin trigger. In this message we learn where to find hope when we struggle with relapsing into persistent sin.


Genesis 20 - Relapse - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 20 - Relapse - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 20 - Relapse - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 20 - Relapse - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 20 - Relapse - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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1 Peter 3:13-17 - How Do I Endure Unjust Suffering?




People can be downright evil. Either for reasons unknown to us, or because of our faith in Christ, some people enjoy doing evil toward us. They posture themselves as our enemy. How should we treat them? How do we try and stop their hate-filled words and actions? How do we cope with the pressure when the suffering doesn't stop? These are some of the important questions we answer in our study.

1 Peter 3:13-17 - How Do I Endure Unjust Suffering? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
1 Peter 3:13-17 - How Do I Endure Unjust Suffering? - Manuscript - PDF
1 Peter 3:13-17 - How Do I Endure Unjust Suffering? - Sermon Handout - PDF
1 Peter 3:13-17 - How Do I Endure Unjust Suffering? - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
1 Peter 3:13-17 - How Do I Endure Unjust Suffering? - Life Group Work Sheets - PDF
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