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ARCHIVED SERMONS JULY-SEPT 2015

Reason for GodSeptember 27, ” Ready to Respond” – Pastor Kurt

Today’s message addresses the question Is the Bible real and relevant?

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September 20, ” Ready to Respond” – Pastor Kurt

Pastor Kurt continues teaching on topics gleaned from various chapters in the book “The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism.” Today’s teachings address the topic of suffering – Are there good reasons for it? Can it prove God’s existence? Why did God let Jesus suffer so much?

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September 13, ” Ready to Respond” – Pastor Kurt

In conjunction with the Sunday evening video study and discussion, Pastor Kurt will be teaching on topics gleaned from various chapters in the book “The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism.” Today’s questions: 1) Is Jesus real? 2) Who is Jesus?

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September 6, ” Humble Yourself” – Pastor Kurt

How do we know when humility is authentic? How do we recognize when we have slipped into an attitude of pride?

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If My PeopleAugust 30, ” What If My People Prayed?” – Pastor Kurt

The conclusion of our sermon series on prayer and the life of Daniel. Today’s message focuses on the attribute of humility as it relates to our prayer lives.

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August 23, ” What If My People Prayed?” – Pastor Kurt

Our sermon series on prayer continues as we learn from Daniel’s prayer (chapter 9) how we ought to pray.

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August 16, ” What If My People Prayed?” – Pastor Kurt

Our sermon series on prayer continues today with text from Daniel chapter 2 as Daniel turns to God in prayer for seemingly impossible answers.

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August 9, ” ‘What If’ My People…?” – Pastor Kurt

Today Pastor Kurt continues his teaching on prayer. This segment of the series will focus on the lives of people devoted to prayer. Today we learn about Daniel.

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book of psalmsAugust 2, “The Psalms Come to Life” – Chris Frantz

As a preview to what our Sunday mornings might look like during Pastor Kurt’s sabbatical next spring Chris Frantz, a member of our congregation, speaks about the journey he has been on this year and weaves his story with Psalm 13. You won’t want to miss Chris’s powerful testimony.

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If My PeopleJuly 26, “If My People…” – Pastor Kurt

Persistent Passionate Prayer As guided by the Holy Spirit, together we will pray fervently and expectantly for God’s will.

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True FoodJuly 19, “True Food” – Pastor Ron Burns

A lesson on seeking the Bread of Life, the True Bread from Heaven.

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My Father's WorldJuly 12, “This Is My Father’s World” – Pastor Tim Bordeaux

Why does God allow sin and evil in His world?

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Holy Spirit (dove)July 5, “Holy Spirit 101: The Gift of Prayer and the Holy Spirit” – Pastor Kurt

The conclusion of our series on the Holy Spirit. Prayer is a gift – one God expects us to use.

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