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The Church as Family

Family Ministry Pastor Mark Kuykendall continues in the Visible/Invisible Series.  Today, teaching from 1 John 2:28 - 3:3, Mark described the Church as a family...we each hold a portion of God's grace.

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The Church is not a dividing wall

First of a 4 week series on church and not being a dividing wall, but a temple that is fitted together for everyone

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The Gospel For Daily Use

Guest speaker Matt Lantz describes the daily practicality of the power of the Gospel from Acts 15:22-41.

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The Jerusalem Fight!

Senior Pastor Ross Strader leads us in Acts 15, and discusses a significant conflict in the early church. We are not saved to follow a list of rules, but to follow a person - Jesus Christ.

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Partnership in the Gospel

Senior Pastor Ross Strader discusses Paul's introduction in his letter to Philippi.  Paul prays that his partners in the gospel continue to be sanctified in Christ. Philippians 1:1-11

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Witness Protection

Ross discusses bringing up brothers and sisters in Christ before the law.

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Christian Living

Senior Pastor Ross continues the Word Inside series, teaching from 1 Thessalonians 5, verses 12-25.  Paul provides instructions to the early church concerning Christian living.

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Different because of Christ in our lives

Senior Pastor Ross Strader continues in the Knowing God series, teaching from Titus 3, verses 1-8.  Verse 1 reminds us to be submissive to rulers and authorities.  Verse 3 reminds us of our condition out of the womb.  The remaining ... Read More

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The King’s Speech, Part 2

Eric Barton, the Broadway Campus Pastor, continues the Acts Series.  Speaking from Acts 7:17-53, he discusses the continuation of the "King's Speech."  The big idea this week is "What we believe is more important than what we achieve." Eric reminds ... Read More

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O Theophilus!

Pastor Ross begins a new series on the Book of Acts.  Luke writes the Book of Acts so that we might believe, something to cleave to in the darkest moments of our lives.

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