Sunday Worship 03/28/21

This Changes Everything Pt 1
John 13:1-20 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Some people bask in change and others dread it. A man dying is nothing new, but Jesus Christ rising from the dead – that changed all of human history. The response to the first Easter was joy, indifference, or dread. What about you?

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Sunday Worship 03/21/21

Now and Then Pt 2
Matthew 5:17-20 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Although some people are nostalgic, most of us like new things – new clothes, new experiences, that “new car smell.” For many, it is “out with the old and in with the new.” Is that what happened to the Old Testament when Jesus arrived on the scene?

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Sunday Worship 03/14/21

Now and Then Pt 1
Matthew 5:17-20 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Although some people are nostalgic, most of us like new things – new clothes, new experiences, that “new car smell.” For many, it is “out with the old and in with the new.” Is that what happened to the Old Testament when Jesus arrived on the scene?

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Sunday Worship 03/07/21

Impacting Our World Pt 2
Matthew 5:13-16 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

After Jesus tells us who we are to be, he then tells us the effect on the world. Jesus’ explanation is poignant, not necessarily to the church, but to us as individual Christians. So, are you the salt and the light?

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Sunday Worship 02/28/21

Impacting Our World
Matthew 5:13-16 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

After Jesus tells us who we are to be, he then tells us the effect on the world. Jesus’ explanation is poignant, not necessarily to the church, but to us as individual Christians. So, are you the salt and the light?

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Sunday Worship 02/21/21

Who are we to be? Pt 7
Matthew 5:1-12 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

We claim to be Christians, but do we know what Christians are to be?  What are the character traits of the believer?  Today, we continue looking at the Beatitudes, for the answers to these questions.

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