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PM – Transformed Prayers

In Psalm 109, David says some really harsh things about his enemies.  Why does he do that?  Is it OK for us to feel the same way?  Let’s spend some time sifting through a difficult part of the psalms, and hopefully coming away determined to have a better perspective on those who wrong us…

PM – Jesus and Our Kids

After worship tonight, we are recognizing and celebrating our young people who were involved in this weekend’s Lads-to-Leaders Convention.  As we end another L2L season of youth-training, let’s think about the great responsibility we have for our next generation, and let’s see what we learn about young people from the life of Jesus…

AM – The Body of Jesus

In John 21, the resurrected Jesus meets His apostles again, this time on the beach after a long night of fruitless fishing.  Jesus has a purpose for this meeting, and the message given at that early-morning breakfast is one they would never forget.  It’s a message we need to hear for ourselves also, a message about what the resurrected Jesus should mean to our lives…

PM – Reclaiming Biblical Words: Celebrating Salvation in Romans 3

God gave us so many great spiritual terms in the Bible, and some are easier to discuss than others. Tonight we dig in to some of the ones that are lesser known, by studying one of the great passages on salvation in the New Testament. Hopefully, reflecting on the concepts in Romans 3:21-26 will help us appreciate salvation as much as Paul did…

AM – One Last Question from Ruth and Esther: Which Path is God’s Plan for My Life?

Ruth and Esther each made big, life-shaping decisions, and God worked through their faithfulness in special ways.  When we come to our own life-shaping decisions, we sometimes wonder: “Which way does God want me to go?” or “How can I fulfill God’s plan for my life?”  Let’s consider that idea biblically, and we may find that God looks at it much simpler – but also much bigger – than we often do…

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