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Get Dressed!

What does it mean to be “clothed in Christ”? This message is an encouragement to those who are redeemed to live the redeemed life! Continue reading

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Swimming good for the figure?

If swimming is so good for your figure, then explain whales…

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Performance: Spirit Filled Living

This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series The Coach in Your Corner

Today we are going to take some time and think for a while about “Performance: Spirit-Filled Living”. We?ve been recruited, given spiritual gifts, baptized in the Holy Spirit.Now, what does this really mean to us? Does it make a difference in us? Should it make a difference? If your answer is “yes” to these questions, then the next question I want to ask you is, OK – so how will this happen? How will this difference come about? Continue reading

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Defrosting Your Spiritual Assets

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Improving Your Serve

The whole topic of spiritual gifts has been a battleground for many years, going back to the church at Corinth. This tension can result from an overemphasis on certain gifts, or it can come because we like to pick fights with those who are wired differently than we are. 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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