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Grass is greener?

The grass may actually be greener on the other side of the fence, but it still has to be mowed.

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INVOLVE

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Church on Fire

When you look at the early church the word that pops up a lot is the word together. Involve is really another way of saying together. Whatever word you use, you convey the idea that this is not a solo endeavor. One of the most amazing things to me when I read the Bible – along with the central story of Christ of course – is this remarkable choice of God to involve people in His plan! Throughout history as recorded by scripture – God’s interactions with humankind are most often found in His involvement with and involvement of people. Continue reading

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Empowerment: Is it In You?

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series The Coach in Your Corner

Pentecostals have existed for the last 100 years because they rediscovered the source of effective staying power for Christian service. Jesus called it the baptism in the Holy Spirit. The key to confidence for early Pentecostals was that they knew and experienced firsthand the infilling power of the Holy Spirit. “Is it in you?” Continue reading

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Noah: The First Great Ship Builder

This entry is part 9 of 15 in the series When the Heroes of Faith speak...

Read at beginning of message: Genesis 6:9-22 INTRODUCTION Recap last message: “We are continuing today with the series that I began last week on “When the Heroes of Faith speak?” 2 weeks ago we heard about our first hero “Abel”. … Continue reading

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People of the Vine are Lingerers

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series People of the Vine

This message looks at the emphasis Jesus placed on remaining in Him. Looking at this word reveals the astounding truth that God doesn’t want us to do more for Him, but that He wants us to be more with Him!!! This message answers the questions: what does this mean? How do we do it (remain)? And what does this tell us about the life of a Christian? Continue reading

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