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The Team with a Dream

So, as we come to chapter 3, we discover that the building has begun. Here in this chapter is faithfully recorded by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit the names of those that worked on the wall. They are recorded because God wants them to be remembered. They are Jerusalem?s dream team. They came together and pulled off what others thought would be impossible. God makes sure that they are remembered for their accomplishment in fulfilling His purpose.

Today I want to highlight to you in Nehemiah 3:1-32 seven approaches to re-building the wall of Jerusalem that ensured it?s success. In doing so I believe that you?ll discover as I did the key to being successful in the plans the Lord sets out for your life and the life of this church. How do you want to be remembered? Continue reading

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A moment of Grace

On April 26, 2008, the Western Oregon women’s softball team played against Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington. During the course of the game, Western Oregon senior Sara Tucholsky hit the first homerun of her college career. She dropped her … Continue reading

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Using Your Shape

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Improving Your Serve

Today, we?re going to see that in order to effectively serve we must make sure that we?ve surrendered to Christ and that we have a proper estimation of self. In other words, we must first go deep before we can go long. Continue reading

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One!

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series A Place to Call Home

Do you know what God’s favorite word is? God’s favorite word is “ONE”! Continue reading

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Living with a Common Purpose

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Life in Community

This message further clarifies the picture of living in community. With a sharper focus, we will be enticed into coming away from our self-absorbed world and into the fellowship of one another. If we are to come together in such a way, we must cast aside all of our personal motives and live together with a common purpose. That purpose must be defined by God and not by ourselves. Continue reading

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