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Saving our Sons
July 10, 2016 08:59 PM PDT
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The more things change, the more things stay the same. In Exodus 1, we discover a people who not only lived in the ghetto (better known as Goshen) but at one point were the minority being targeted by a more affluent race. Their sons were being enslaved, persecuted and murdered. However, after hearing their cries for help, God saves them.

The makeup of worship
July 03, 2016 05:47 PM PDT
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Today, we began the sermon series entitled Ending The Cycle. During this brief exposition, you'll learn three principles as to how true worship ends ritual homage.

He needs my help!
June 07, 2016 01:37 PM PDT
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A missional hermeneutic definitely helps you to see how God was always on mission even in His creation of man and woman. As a result, I will never look at Genesis 2 the same and hopefully by the end of this message you won't as well.

Activating your anointing!
May 15, 2016 12:53 PM PDT
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Do you know the difference between being talented and being anointed? If not, this sermon is for you. Lady McKnight preached that we all have an anointing, but it needs to be activated.

The benefits of walking in step with the Lord
May 05, 2016 05:14 PM PDT
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On April 17th, our Pastor rendered a mighty word at New Mount Olive Baptist Church of Wilmington, DE for their Men's Day celebration. Although the sermon was directed towards the men, it's contents are beneficial for all.

Rest for God's People
March 09, 2016 08:56 AM PST

This is a short exposition of Hebrews 4:1-7

I'm raising a child that's not even mine.
December 21, 2015 04:10 AM PST

Dikembe Mutumbo once said, "God put us here to prepare this place for the next generation. That's our job. Raising children and helping the community, that's preparing for the next generation." In Matthew 1:18-25, we discover what it takes for Joseph to father a child (Jesus) that's not even his.