Sunday Worship 6/26/22

Live to Make a Difference
Philippians 1:21; Galatians 2:20 – Greg Wallace
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

What are you living for? Is it for your kids, for your career, for retirement, or simply a life of ease? When we take the time to investigate the Word of God, the Lord tells us how we are to live. The question is, “Are we listening?”

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Sunday Worship 6/19/22

The Doing of Discipleship
Matthew 28:16-20 – Chris Hendrix
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Nowadays, if you search the Christian section on Amazon, you’ll find books upon books related to discipleship. Varieties of programs claim to have a new way, while others provide steps to better older ways. With all of the options available, where and how do we even begin to wrap our minds around this command?

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Sunday Worship 6/12/22

The Master of Your Life
Romans 6:15-19 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

What is it that moves you? All of us have things that motivate us, get us up in the morning, and drive us during the day. What is that influence for you? The answer to that question is the master of your life. The answer is of great consequence. Paul makes it clear that all of us are enslaved and responsive to something.

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Sunday Worship 6/5/22

When Storms are Big and God Seems Small
Mark 4:35-41 – Hugh Poland
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

Fear is a common and often natural response to a threat.  But could our fears also
reveal what idols we worship?  Join us in wholehearted worship today as we learn the role of fear in the life of a follower of Christ. 

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Sunday Worship 5/29/22

To Sin or Not to Sin (Part 2)
Romans 6:1-14 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

If we sin, then we experience a greater abundance of God’s grace. But, as believers we are to rid ourselves from sin. Last week, we saw that sinlessness is not possible, but no matter. Our salvation, our new life, and our position as children of God does not change. So, what are we to do? That is today’s question.

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Sunday Worship 5/22/22

To Sin or Not To Sin
Romans 6:1-14 – Dr. Paul Lyle
Worship Leader – Mark Hudson

If we sin, then we experience a greater abundance of God’s grace. But, as believers we are to rid ourselves from sin. So, what is the answer? How do we experience the grace of God and not be hypocrites? How do we rid ourselves from sin knowing that perfection is not possible?

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