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Vickie Conrad, Ezekiel 47. This message explores the narrative of how water is a recurring theme from Genesis to Revelation, symbolizing God's provision and life-giving power. In Genesis, God provides life-sustaining water through rivers and rain, but human thirst for more than just water leads to spiritual drought. Throughout the Bible, figures li…
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Sermon SummaryTisha Connell, John 1:45-51 & Matthew 4:1-11. Many times we believe that how we are perceived impacts if and how we can do good ministry. What happens when we are inaccurately perceived? What is our response? Do we need to correct people’s perception so that ministry can be done? What Jesus shows us is that we can surpass people’s per…
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Sermon SummaryHallie Harrington, Genesis 16:1-16. All throughout Genesis, Abram and Sarai struggle to live as the people of God. In their desperation to see God’s promises fulfilled, they decide to take matters into their own hands. Yet, God’s grace is bigger than their messy relationships and poor decisions, and we will see him come alongside his …
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Emily Vermilya, John 2:1-11. God encounters his people in the magnificent and the mundane. And while his Kingdom work is never limited by humanity, we see time and again, that his desire is to involve us in these efforts to restore and redeem. So often, the measure of God's activity is reflective of the measure of our obedience.…
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Brian Fry, Ephesians 4:1-3; Matthew 11:28-30. Jesus was gentle and lowly in heart (Matthew 11: 28-30). These are part of Jesus’s character and two aspects of the Jesus Way. The gentleness and lowliness of Jesus are how we—the body of Christ—maintain the unity of the Spirit in the midst of our disagreements and frustrations with each other (Ephesian…
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Sermon SummaryZach Szmara, Mark 8:22-26 (supplemental text, Acts 8:26-31) . In Mark 8:22-26, the central theme is Jesus healing a blind man in two stages. Initially, the man gains partial sight, seeing people as blurry figures. After a second touch from Jesus, his vision becomes completely clear. Similarly, in Acts 8:26-31, Philip is first called t…
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Nathan Metz- Luke 8:22-25. Jesus asked the disciples to leave a shoreline of success for a stormy ride to a foreign land. Stretched out before us are the waters of challenge, change and calling. We cannot sail them with out leaving a good shoreline for what is appointed. We cannot survive them without trusting Christ more than our own capacity to s…
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Alex Sicilia - Matthew 9:9-13. Through studying the calling of Matthew and the later interaction between Jesus and the Pharisees, we are reminded about how true holiness will inevitably move us to love people by considering the irradiating compassionate and transformational power of Jesus’ holiness. So, the sermon is an invitation to consider our o…
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Emily Vermilya - John 20:19-29; 1 John 1:1-4. Doubt has long been perceived as that which separates us from Christ. But in the Easter narrative, we see doubt as a regular, recurring, and formative part of the journey of faith. Ultimately, Jesus’ response to such uncertainty leads to the highest point of confession in John’s gospel and models for th…
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Ethan Linder - Matthew 14:22-33. It’s tempting to read the story of Peter in the boat as a simple moral tale: don’t doubt, and God will enable you to participate in a miracle. That’s not good news; has anyone ever manufactured more faith on-command? The Good News is that in this passage, there’s a different invitation, one that helps us journey wit…
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Daniel Rife - In a time of plenty, it’s easy to be distracted and avoid addressing the wounds we bear and the brokenness around us. In the season of Lent, we’re invited to step away from the plenty so that we might discern where our hearts truly lie, allowing God to heal our wounds and teach us how to have compassion for the world again.…
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Steve DeNeff - Luke 10:1-37. A disciple is someone who lives with Christ for the world. Now in the company of the Body, the disciple is prepared to bear collective witness to the city where they belong. What opportunities are there for bearing witness to our community? What is available in the Church? What are other believers doing to make a differ…
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Abson Joseph - John 3:16-21; 9:1-12. To long for Jesus and to know him are two aspects of discipleship that rely on our ability to ask and face the right questions. Many people are deconstructing faith and Christian tradition because of their thirst for something more and longing for something new. The church needs to be(come) the kind of community…
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