STFD Week 3: Anger Issues

13May

Many people confess to having problems with their temper. And yet, no one seems to be able to do much about it. We are driven by rage, letting our anger control us, and then apologize later to those we hurt. Except, Jesus tells us, we are supposed to be different. It is by our fruit that people will know who we are. And Anger is not a fruit of the spirit. So, how can we stop this powerful emotion that seems to sometimes run our lives?

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STFD Week 2: The 10th Commandment

6May

Getting further in our series on ways we allow Satan easy access into our lives, we tackle something that runs rampant in America — but is rarely thought about it: Coveting. Are you allowing this opening in your life? Why is it so evil? And how can we stop it?

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STFD Week 1: Temptation Breakdown

29Apr

As we start our new series “Shut the Front Door” — where we look at ways that Satan gains entry into our lives — we begin by looking at the larger question of: “Why do we seem to be fighting a losing battle against the Devil’s temptations?” Is there any way we can see more victory in this area of our lives?

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Nehmiah Week 14: The Center of Everything

22Apr

Our (long) series on Nehemiah finally comes to a close. The conclusion of this journey shows us why the wall was built in Jerusalem. And it explains why God is so intent on creating a place for his people to come together.

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Nehemiah Week 13: Fear, Lies & Compromise

15Apr

In the next to the last sermon in our Nehemiah series, we look at the enemy’s last ditch efforts to stop progress on the work God called Nehemiah to accomplish… When fear doesn’t work, he tries spreading lies, when that fails he tries to get Nehemiah to negotiate with the worldly leaders. The attacks are more subtle. And if we want to see God’s work finished in our lives, we need to learn to recognize these moves, and deal with them. BIBLE REFERENCES: Nehemiah 6:1-3; Luke 6:26; Luke 9:62; Nehemiah 6:4; John 15:18-19; Matthew 16:21-23; Nehemiah 6:15-16

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Caught Between 2 Thieves - Easter 2018

1Apr

Our Special service today has Pastor Grice wondering: Why would Jesus be crucified between two thieves? Was it planned by God? If not, was it planned by the enemy? And what lessons can we take away from this? BIBLE REFERENCES: Mark 15:22,24,26-28: John 11:1-44; Psalm 46; Philippians 4:12-13.

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Vision Walk Week 12: The Inspection Gate

25Mar

We reach the end of our ten part study of the gates of Nehemiah. This is the final gate for all of us: Judgement Day. But what can we learn from the, and from what Jesus taught about our final days that can prepare us for His return? Join us as we go through Jesus instructions to the 7 Churches...

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Vision Walk Week 11: The East Gate

18Mar

The next to the last gate in our "Gates of Nehemiah" study, we come now to the East Gate. In some ways, this is a gate of Waiting. Have you ever gone through a period of waiting and thought: "I don't know if I can make it?" This is your gate... BIBLE REFERENCES: Nehemiah 3:29; Matthew 21:1-3, 7-8, 10-11; Proverbs 21:30; Ezekiel 10:18-19; Ezekiel 11:22-23; Ezekiel 44:1-2; Luke 12:35-36; Psalm 119:105; Matthew 25:1-4; Exodus 30:25,30; Luke 11:9-11; 13; 1 Thessalonians 5:17-22; Ephesians 4:26-27, 29-32.

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Vision Walk Week 10: The Horse Gate

11Mar

We are moving to the final three gates now. Each of the gates of Nehemiah are gates we must go through on our walk with the Lord. Each teaches us a valuable lesson before we move on. The Horse Gate is no exception. Get ready for battle…

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Vision Walk Week 9: The Water Gate

4Mar

It might seem like heading to the water gate after having been to the fountain gate is simply more of the same… but actually the Water Gate is very different. The Water Gate is critical to our development as Christians. Here is where we discover the most important thing about being a Christian: Who Jesus really is. BIBLE REFERENCES: Nehemiah 3:15; Matthew 16:13-17; John 4:3-26; Matthew 6:27-29, 32-39; Philippians 3:8-10.

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