Audio 2014

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Do This In Remembrance of Me

March 1, 2015

The Lord's Supper is a time to remember, repent, and be renewed to live by His grace.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 11:17-34

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Before You Go Any Further

March 8, 2015

God's faithfulness to us in the past should be met with our faithfulness to Him; we are therefore called to "remember."

Scripture: Deuteronomy 1-4

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Consider Where You are Going

March 15, 2015

God's hatred of sin and love for sinners should motivate us to live in the world while not being of the world; we are called to be separate, but engaged for God's kingdom purposes.

Scripture: Deuteronomy 5-11

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Commit Yourselves to One Another

March 22, 2015

As God's people, we belong to our heavenly Father and to each other. "This world is not our home," we have a new family - the church, and we are called to live as brothers and sisters in Christ.

Scripture: Deuteronomy 12-26

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Alive Together with Him

February 1, 2015

If you are a Christian, we've been made alive together with Jesus through his death and resurrection. We don't need to add to what he did to really live, and because he purchased our freedom from sin and death we are not free to live any way we choose. No, as we received Jesus, by faith, we walk in Him every day!

Scripture: Colossians 2:6-23

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He is your Life

February 8, 2015

Jesus enables us to break free from sin and embrace virtue in every part of our lives.

Scripture: Colossians 3:1-4:1

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The Ministry We Received in Him

February 15, 2015

Jesus calls us to serve him in various ways, through the local church and in the world.

Scripture: Colossians 4:2-18

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For the City

February 22, 2015


Scripture: Acts 19:23-41

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Make Spiritual Friendships

January 4, 2015

We were created out of an eternal friendship, and we were made for friendships. You need spiritual friendships to flourish as a follower of Christ. Spiritual friendships help you meet the challenges of being a husband, father, wife, mom, neighbor, or friend. Spiritual friendships provide correction when you start to wander, direction when you're confused, comfort when you're hurting and grace when you've wandered and hurt yourself and others.

Scripture: Acts 20:36-21:8

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A Faithful Minister

January 11, 2015

Rather than asking, "when will get a Pastor, ask, what sort of pastor should we pray the Father brings us. So what's a faithful pastor do?

He brings the gospel to people who haven't heard it. (He knows the gospel- it's not advice, it's news;)

He disciples those who receive it. (Helping them come to lives of faith-active trust in Christ, hope-for heaven, the coming of the kingdom, love-for all the saints. You are a disciple of Jesus when these 3 are at work in you.)

He prays for them to grow by it. (4 things to pray; that you will know what God wants for you, that you will do what God tells you, that you will be strengthened by his power, that you will be grateful for all he accomplished in you.)

Scripture: Colossians 1:1-14

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He is the Head of the Body

January 18, 2015

If Jesus is going to be preeminent in His Church and over our individual lives, then we cannot make less of Him than He is, and we cannot attempt to add to what He has accomplished for us!

Scripture: Colossians 1:15-23

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Him We Proclaim

January 25, 2015

Jesus is the content, object and goal of our personal and corporate evangelism. We must proclaim the gospel - we must speak it. And in speaking the gospel, we warn and teach. So, sharing the Gospel of Christ isn't just emotional appeal - "what if you died tonight?" And it's not simply an intellectual appeal - "Jesus is Lord of all." To share Christ we should warn and press for a commitment to Christ, but we must be patient enough to teach and depend on the Spirit to bring our friend, neighbor, co-worker, relative to Christ.

Scripture: Colossians 1:24-2:5

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The Work of the Savior

December 7, 2014

God builds anticipation for His people as he highlights the coming of Jesus.

Scripture: Isaiah 42-49

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To the Praise of His Glorious Grace

December 14, 2014

In love, our heavenly Father chooses us, Jesus our Savior Redeems us and the Holy Spirit preserves us. Through it all, it is to the praise of his glorious grace!

Scripture: Ephesians 1:1-14

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The Death of the Savior

December 21, 2014

In reality we know very little about the details of the birth of Jesus. What we do know is that he came to save his people from their sins. Looking at Is. 52-53, we will learn about the appearance of our Savior who was not physically noticeable, but spiritually compelling: his acceptance; not so much, as he was rejected by all, including us and His father: his attitude, not a word in his own defense, but a trusting obedience in the face of death: the cross was not for nothing, as many will receive an eternal portion of His reward!

Scripture: Isaiah 50-53

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What is the Mission of the Saved?

December 28, 2014

Eternity is at stake. So, as we apply the Gospel to ourselves, we become the people of God, on mission in the world as we wait in hope for that day when He makes all things new!

Scripture: Isaiah 55-66

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The Need for a Savior 

November 2, 2014

Our sin, failures, and experience of injustice prove that the world is not as it should be; we need a Savior.

Scripture: Isaiah 1-5

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The Promise of the Savior

November 9, 2014

God's faithfulness and goodness is on display as He promises to send a Savior to His people.

Scripture: Isaiah 6-12

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The Supremacy of the Savior

November 16, 2014

God's rule over the world will become visible in due time, but the faithful are called to believe it now!

Scripture: Isaiah 13-35

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Swelling Hopes

November 23, 2014

Isaiah tells the story of two kings. One bad (Ahaz) and one good (Hezekiah). Yet even Hezekiah who shows tremendous faith (36-37), still fails as a king, spiritual leader, and man (39). Like many Christian heroes since, Hezekiah’s blemish disappoints and at the same time increases the yearning in our hearts for someone who won’t. In the midst of disappointment and desolation, Isaiah tells us about a person who will reign with wisdom and understanding. He will establish God’s peace and restore creation to its perfect beginnings.

Scripture: Isaiah 36-37; 39

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The Comfort of the Savior

November 30, 2014


Scripture: Isaiah 40-41

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