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Resisting the need to withdraw
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November 23, 2014 05:00 PM PST
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Our sermon series has landed us in the book of Hebrews. In the 10th chapter, we find Jewish Christians under persecution. After accepting the faith of the Nazarene, the believers began to question the wisdom in renouncing the religion of Moses for that of Christendom. Upon finishing the argumentative aspect of this epistle, the Author concludes this exhortation with an appeal to never stray from the community of fellowship.

When Anxiety Attacks: Steps toward overcoming depression.
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November 21, 2014 05:00 PM PST
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This is a brief exposition of 1 Kings 19:1-12. In the text we find the prophet Elijah depressed and pushed to the limit of his emotional well-being. As sadness fills his heart, he desires to commit suicide. During his journey away from the location of his spiritual assignment,the Lord guides Elijah away from the place of grief and back towards the road of emotional recovery.

When Anxiety Attacks: Repressing the need to worry.
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November 11, 2014 05:14 AM PST
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This is a brief exposition of Matt 6:25-34. In Chapter 6, Jesus expounds on the Heavenly Father's Care over all of creation. During this proclamation, He also provides us with the cure from anxiety.

When Anxiety Attacks: Learning How To Cope With Fear.
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November 02, 2014 06:44 PM PST
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This is a short exposition of Genesis 32:1-24. Jacob prayed for deliverance, yet got in the way of the provision. Fear overtook him and caused him to take matters into his own hands. Despite his efforts, Jacob learned that he had nothing to fear for God was already working things out for his good.

The look of a church that gives
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October 28, 2014 03:43 PM PDT
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Pastor Tim Greene provides us with a homily centered on the posture of the Macedonian church. He develops a framework around this 1st century contributing church, but then uses it as a springboard to articulate what this type of ecclesia resembles within a 21st century context.

The look of a church liberated by Christ
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October 12, 2014 04:09 PM PDT
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This is a quick exposition of Gal 1:1-15. The church in Galatia and its founder were under scrutiny. False teachers infiltrated the church and began questioning the validity of all whose salvation came solely by faith in Christ. As a result, Paul wrote this epistle which is considered the Magna Charta (Declaration of Independence from the Law) of Christianity.

The look of a church unified in Christ
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October 06, 2014 08:39 PM PDT
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This is a quick exposition of 1 Cor 1:1-10,

Damaged Goods: Reduced in value yet producing wholesale blessings
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September 28, 2014 05:54 PM PDT
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This is a brief exposition of Genesis 29:16-31. This chapter begins with Jacob as the main character; however, it slowly shifts its focus upon Leah, his wife. Leah was forced to marry a man that didn't love her while being abused by her jealous younger sister, Rachel. All she ever wanted was to be loved. Leah was shunned, mistreated and deemed as a person of little value. Yet, despite the strife, she was next in line for a major blessing!

Damaged Goods: A Tainted Vessel Carrying Fresh Faith
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September 22, 2014 01:56 PM PDT
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This is a short exposition of Matt 9:20-22. The woman with an issue of blood was a castaway. Her condition limited her interaction with things that were spiritual or social in nature. She was labeled "unclean", yet it was her fresh faith that made her whole.

Damaged Goods: Bruised but preserved
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September 14, 2014 05:34 PM PDT
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This is a quick biblical exposition of 2 Samuel 4:4. King Saul's last son is murdered and instead of killing the last heir of this royal linage, the killers spare a life. Why is a life preserved and what does it mean for believers dwelling within a post modern context? Subscribe to our podcast and become a follower of this series.

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