Archive for ‘August, 2011

New Sermon Transcription Section!

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Over the years we’ve had a number of requests for sermon transcriptions from folks in the deaf and hearing impaired communities. It’s something we’ve always wanted to provide, but just haven’t had a way to make it happen… until now.

Out of the Darkness

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It’s impossible to live in this world and not see the evil that happens. This evil happens because of the free will of evil forces in creation. But there is hope in this darkness. In this sermon, Greg explains how we lived in the kingdom of darkness and have been brought into the Kingdom of God.

What’s God Thinking?

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Discerning God’s will can be difficult. In the final sermon of God Will Hunting, Greg offers some practical suggestions for knowing God’s will. He also tells stories that highlight how these suggestions work in the real world.

Fall in Heroes Gate

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Heroes Gate is looking for adults who are willing to minister to children from birth through 6th grade. The children attending Heroes Gate want you to volunteer! Sign up to serve today!

The Story of a Lifetime

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Sandra Unger guest speaks this weekend and tells a story of poverty and how to make a difference. She tells an all too familiar story of hope lost and continuing the cycle of poverty. Walking us through the biblical commands, Sandra points out how important it is to help the poor, but with something more important than money.

The Chairman’s Plan

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In the movie, The Adjustment Bureau, there is a chairman who has the master plan for the world and his agents adjust the world to make sure this plan happens. God works differently. In this sermon, Greg talks about God’s will and how we play a role in the creativity of this world.