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Seize the Moment, Live for Him

April 25th, 2010 by Mike Carter

We’ve all heard the saying “don’t put of till tomorrow what you can do today.”  When it comes to making the decision to accept Christ into your life, that saying goes hand in hand with another- “tomorrow is promised to no one.”

Pastor Mike brings to us the message titled “Seize the Moment, live for Him.”  This message will emphasize that if you want to change your life, and you want to be sure of eternal salvation, do not put off doing business with God, the time is now!
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The Key to Greatness

April 18th, 2010 by Will Martin

What does Greatness look like, and how do you recognize it when you see it?  How do you know it when you see it?
There is an ancient way of thinking about greatness that is still very much alive in our day, but Jesus brings us a whole new way of thinking about what it means to be great in God’s eyes. That’s what we’ll think about today as we Journey in the Word.

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No Fear

April 12th, 2010 by Will Martin

Perhaps you have noticed that somewhere along the way we have turned Jesus into a Mr. Rogers figure; a genteel, soft spoken, relationally sensitive, grandfathering figure who walks around in a white robe, with softly permed hair, indiscriminately blessing people with kind words.

Today, as we Journey in the Word, we will see that Jesus was actually a walking defining moment, much more aptly described as the Lion of Judah (Rev. 5:5). What does it mean to follow such a man, aspiring to be like Him?

Join me as we seek to find out,
Will

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Resurrection: What Difference Does It Make?

April 4th, 2010 by Will Martin

Today represents the most important commemoration in the Christian religion- it is the day when we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.  The belief that Christ died on the cross for our sins, and then three days later, rose from the dead is the foundation of Christianity.  It is what sets Christianity apart from other religions.  Through His death, burial, and resurrection, Christ purchased for all who believe in Him, eternal life!  Anyone who accepts Jesus into their heart and believes that He rose from the dead is spiritually resurrected with Jesus so that they may have new life, both on earth and in heaven.

So, today, we rejoice in the fact that we worship The Risen Savior!

Happy Easter!!!

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