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30 Jul God is Infinite

Pastor Chris continues the sermon series entitled “Songs of Jesus”  Today’s message is entitled “God is Infinite” from Psalm 139....

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11 Sep Jesus and Denial

Pastor Chris continues his series, “The Last Days of Jesus”. Today’s message, is taken from John 13:21-38....

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18 May What Are You Looking At?

Have you ever caught yourself day dreaming and looking aimlessly into the distance? If so, you know how startling it can be when someone unexpectedly approaches you and asks, "What are you looking at?" In an instance, you are shaken from your prior thoughts and...

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16 May A Touch of Compassion

A family was visiting Chicago. It was a cool day as wind whipped around every corner in the city and kissed their cheeks. They rushed to enter a Starbucks downtown. As they entered, the son noticed a homeless man sitting on the ground. His fingernails...

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13 May The Façade of Freedom

We define freedom as freedom from any lord, master, or any restrictions; or freedom to belong to self. But a train is not free when it jumps the "restriction" of the track nor is the fish free when it decides to jump from its water...

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09 May Experience the Warmth

Revelation 22:5 says, "They will need no light of lamp or sun, for the Lord God will be their light." The sun rises and sets. As it goes, so does the temperature. There is a cool chill to darkness that causes us to long for the...

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06 May How Darkness Consumed Humans

When Satan was cast down to the earth, we’re told he possessed a serpent, and that is when he approached Adam and Eve the only way he knew how. He appealed to what Eve could see. He appealed to what Eve desired. He appealed to the...

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04 May The Origin of Darkness

There was once a rebellion in Heaven of epic proportions. God had created more angels than anyone could number. The most dazzling angel He had created was perfectly beautiful. This angel looked like he was covered in every precious stone in existence. He was full...

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