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You Say Run, We Say How Far? – April 8, 2018

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If God tells you to get up and go, will you? In Acts chapter 8, Philip hears the call of the Holy Spirit to get up and RUN to the desert. He doesn’t question it or complain . . . he just goes and ends up catching a chariot – running! – and proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ …

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Seek The Giver, Not the Gift – Part II – March 25, 2018

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Doctrines can define us and they can divide us. The ‘Baptism of the Holy Spirit’ is a doctrine that tends to divide Christianity. But rather than taking a stance on how, when, and what it looks like when you get it . . . Pastor Josh invites us to step back and ask a better question: What purpose does it …

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When Control Blinds You From the Truth – Feb. 11, 2018

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The Book of Acts is filled with so many examples that what the Apostles were doing – teaching, giving, healing – was from God. So why couldn’t the religious leaders of the day see that? As Pastor Josh suggests, when you’re more concerned with being right and keeping control… you can miss the truth entirely.

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A Father Corrects Those He Loves – Feb. 4, 2018

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In a culture defined by moral relativism, how do we determine when we’re right or wrong? Well, ask any good parent and they’ll tell you, you have to teach it to a child. And part of teaching is correcting. This week Pastor Josh unpacks why we have a good Father in Heaven – one loves us enough to correct us, …

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Our Great High Priest – Jan. 28, 2018

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The Bible says that we have a great high priest in Christ (Heb. 4) – one who can empathize with our weaknesses for he was tempted in every way we have been, but was without sin. This week, guest pastor Rich Redman encourages us that we, as Christians, need to not get in the way of those who are trying …