Apr 14, 2019
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For God So Loved The World – Week 3
As we continue in the Gospel of John, we are going to see how one miracle changed a person’s life forever!
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  • Apr 14, 2019For God So Loved The World – Week 3
    Apr 14, 2019
    god-so-loved-the-world-sermon-series
    For God So Loved The World – Week 3
    As we continue in the Gospel of John, we are going to see how one miracle changed a person’s life forever!
  • Apr 7, 2019For God So Loved The World – Week 2
    Apr 7, 2019
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    For God So Loved The World – Week 2
     
  • Apr 2, 2019For God So Loved The World – Week 1
    Apr 2, 2019
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    For God So Loved The World – Week 1
    In John 3, we will look at a rather unique conversation that Jesus had with one of the highest ranking Israelites at that time. For Nicodemus, the discussion was so shocking it was hard to understand. For Jesus, it is the greatest promise ever offered.
  • Mar 25, 2019Behold His Glory – Week 5
    Mar 25, 2019
    Behold His Glory – Week 5
    Believe or not, but Jesus does get angry. The reason for Jesus’ anger is really an age-old problem, one that has been going on since the beginning of religion. And this problem infuriates Jesus! Check out what it is and how we can avoid it as we look at John chapter 2.
  • Mar 17, 2019Stand-Alone – Mar. 17
    Mar 17, 2019
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    Stand-Alone – Mar. 17
    We are all guilty of wandering away from God. From time to time, all of us turn away from God and towards our own ways. In the parable Jesus told about a lost sheep, we can behold the glory of our Savior coming to our rescue during the seasons we tend to slowly stray away
  • Mar 10, 2019Stand-Alone – Mar. 10
    Mar 10, 2019
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    Stand-Alone – Mar. 10
    In this sermon we explore the clash of Kings and Kingdoms from the time of Jesus. The Roman Empire and Roman Emperor worship was just ramping up, how would the early church offer tribute to Jesus Christ as King and Lord?
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