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Sacrifice of Isaac

Get ready for an eye-opening sermon from Pastor Stan Welch on Genesis 22. 📖🙏 Join us as we dive into this ancient story packed with timeless truths! Pastor Stan unpacks the big idea that God, in His infinite wisdom and kindness, often tests the faith of His people. But fear not! We’re reminded that God’s got our backs, providing everything we need along the way. This isn’t just any old story; it’s a call to action! We’re challenged to respond to life’s trials with trust and obedience, just like Abraham did. So grab your snacks, settle in, and let’s journey through Genesis 22 together! Don’t miss out on this uplifting and thought-provoking message.

Steadfast: Men of God in the World of Confusion

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Steadfast: Men of God in the World of Confusion
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In a world where uncertainty and confusion seem to reign, the need for steadfastness among men of God is more crucial than ever. Drawing from scripture and real-life examples, this sermon encourages men to be unwavering in their commitment to righteousness, to be pillars of strength in their families and communities, and to let their faith guide their actions in all circumstances. Watch now and be inspired to live boldly for God in a world that desperately needs men of steadfast faith.

The Birth of Isaac

Based on Genesis 21:1-21, we discover the powerful message of faith and fulfillmen. Join us as Pastor York explores how God is always on the move, faithfully fulfilling His promises in His perfect timing. Learn how to respond with unwavering faith and worship, trusting solely in His grace. Don’t miss this inspiring message that reminds us of God’s faithfulness and the importance of relying on Him completely.

God’s Protection of His Promises

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God's Protection of His Promises
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Overview 📖 In this eye-opening sermon, we unpack the big idea that God’s ways are not our ways. God will protect His promises and the institutions He has set up. He thinks long-term, and He does things in His timing. As we navigate through Genesis 20, we witness the remarkable story of Abraham and Sarah,…

Sodom & Gomorrah

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Sodom & Gomorrah
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Exploring Genesis 18:16-19:38 In today’s powerful sermon, we delved into the timeless story of Sodom and Gomorrah from Genesis 18:16-19:38. The BIG IDEA? God, the Righteous Judge, calls His people to love righteousness and honor His commands. Key Insight: Friendship with the world is dangerous. As we witnessed in the biblical narrative, aligning ourselves too closely with worldly values can lead us astray. Today’s message reminds us of the importance of staying true to God’s principles, even when faced with tempting influences. Let’s reflect on this wisdom and commit to living a life that aligns with God’s righteousness.

Is There Anything Too Hard for God?

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Is There Anything Too Hard for God?
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In today’s sermon, we look at Genesis 18:1-15 with the overarching theme that “Nothing is impossible for God.” The key takeaway, emphasizes the awe-inspiring reality that God has paved a way for us to be His friends through the profound sacrifice of His Son, Jesus. The boundless nature of God’s capabilities reinforced the transformative connection we share with Him through faith.

A Prayer to Imitate

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Today’s sermon is based on Philippians 1:3-11. Join us as we delve into the this passage to explore the profound meaning behind Paul’s prayer. Discover the essence of imitation in the context of love, knowledge, and discernment, and let it inspire and guide you on your own spiritual journey. Don’t miss this opportunity to deepen your connection with God and embrace the prayerful wisdom found in Philippians. Watch now and be uplifted in your pursuit of a life that reflects the grace and love of Christ.

The Promise and Sign of the Covenant

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The Promise and Sign of the Covenant
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Uncover the profound truth that God’s relationship with His people is built on mercy and grace. In this powerful message, we explore how our response to Him should be one of wholehearted devotion and obedience. Join us on a journey through scripture as we unravel the significance of the covenant and discover the enduring lessons that shape our spiritual journey.

Long Obedience in the Same Direction

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Long Obedience in the Same Direction
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Today, we read Philippians 2:12-16 to see this big idea: We grow in our faith through the day-by-day power of God at work in us. As we grow, we become more like Jesus and learn how to represent Him.

Love

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️ Pastor Dave York is bringing the warmth of love to our hearts this Advent season! Join us today as we explore the significance of the fourth candle. Love is the essence of the season, and Pastor Dave will guide us through the beautiful message it holds. ️ Let’s gather, reflect, and embrace the love that unites us all during this special time.

Joy

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Join us this Sunday as Pastor Dave spreads the spirit of JOY during the Advent season! His uplifting message is sure to warm your heart and inspire a sense of joyous anticipation as we celebrate the coming of Christ, our Savior.

Peace

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In this Advent sermon, we explore the profound truth encapsulated in Isaiah 9:6-7, Romans 5:1, and Philippians 4:4-6 – the central theme that Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, is the bridge that brings reconciliation between humanity and God. The big idea unfolds: Jesus Christ not only establishes peace with God but also makes the profound peace of God a tangible and transformative reality in our lives.

Hope

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Today’s sermon kicked off our Advent series with a powerful message on HOPE! ️ Join us on this incredible journey as we dive into Isaiah 9:1-7. Scripture: “The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darkness a light has dawned.” – Isaiah 9:2 BIG IDEA: Because Christ has come, Christians can have hope in this world. Let’s reflect on the transformative impact of Christ’s arrival and how it brings light to our lives. ️ As we enter this Advent season, let’s carry the flame of hope in our hearts.

Godliness

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To end our series titled, 7 Shaping Virtues, Bruce Wells gives a message about the shaping virtue of Godliness. He will read from 2 Timothy 3:12 to show us that A Godly life flows from a heart devoted to God.

Servanthood

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Pastor Dave takes the pulpit to present a message about servanthood. The gospel saves us into a life of service, first to God and then, as an expression of that service, to others. Join us as we read Matthew 20:20-28 while seeing that service is motivated, modeled, and empowered by the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Joy

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Today, we explore the concept of joy through the lens of 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18. This passage reveals that it is God’s will for us to experience continuous joy in our relationship with Him. We are guided by His Word on how to achieve this enduring state of joy in our lives.

Generosity

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Today, we turn our focus to generosity. While reading 2 Cor. 8:1-15 and 9:6-15, we will see that generosity comes from understanding the Gospel and being willing to help others, as God has helped us.

Gratitude

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Today, we look at the shaping virtue of gratitude. All gospel benefits are received as undeserved gifts from a gracious God. The only appropriate response to such generous grace is gratitude. A thankful heart is cultivated the more we remember, understand, and appreciate all the ways the Lord has blessed us in the gospel and through his common grace, by which he “richly provides us with everything to enjoy.”

Encouragement

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Today, we look at the shaping virtue of encouragement and how it’s portrayed in the Bible. Encouragement is not merely patting someone on the back or offering a kind word. Biblical encouragement is lifting up the saints by holding up Christ and His gospel treasure in order to strengthen them for joyful service to him.

Humility

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Pastor Dave York looks at the shaping virtue of humility. The Lord promises to bless the one “who is humble and contrite in spirit” (Isaiah 66:2). Humility is an accurate view of God and ourselves. It is foundational to all other shaping virtues, because without humility we will experience neither the desire nor the grace necessary to cultivate them. The gospel humbles us as we come to grasp that “by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9). This humility before God prompts humility toward others. In keeping with Jesus’ example, we are commanded, “Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves. Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others” (Philippians 2:3-4).

The Practical Nature of The Great Commission

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The Practical Nature of The Great Commission
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In Ephesians 4:7-16, the apostle Paul elaborates on how the Great Commission is intrinsically woven into the fabric of the Christian community. The culminating message is clear: when Christians, equipped with truth and driven by love, act in unity, they effectively demonstrate and declare the gospel of Jesus both near and far, fulfilling the Great Commission in a tangible manner.

Evangelism and The Great Commission

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Evangelism and The Great Commission
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Dive deep into a transformative message with the story of the Samaritan woman at the well.

Evangelism: It’s not about grand gestures, but about genuine connections. Share love, share truth, and let God do the rest.

Join us on this journey as we discover the heart of evangelism and our role in the Great Commission. Let’s be the light and the love in the world.

The Mission of CLF

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The Mission of CLF
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Watch today’s sermon on the pivotal role of the local church in the Great Commission! It’s a timely reminder as Covenant Life Fellowship marks two decades of spirit-filled worship, community, and evangelism. The local church isn’t just a building; it’s the heartbeat of God’s mission on earth. Here’s to many more years of serving, growing, and fulfilling God’s purpose!

The Great Commission

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The Great Commission
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We’re excited to announce a fresh sermon series by our very own Pastor Dave York! As we journey deeper into the heart of the Gospel, it’s time we turn our attention to one of the most powerful mandates Jesus gave His disciples: The Great Commission.

The Day of Trouble

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The Day of Trouble
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Overview Psalm 20 is a psalm of David, and it’s a prayer for victory. The psalm emphasizes trust in God rather than human means (like chariots and horses). The trust in God over human strength and the hope for divine assistance are vital themes in this psalm and for our lives.

I Cry Out

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I Cry Out
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The psalmist cries out to God in deep distress and sorrow. Throughout the psalm, the writer describes his feelings of isolation, abandonment, and overwhelming affliction. He continually seeks God, mentioning his constant prayer and seeking the Lord’s attention. The tone is desperate, as the writer portrays himself as being among the dead and forgotten. This psalm offers an honest expression of deep anguish and serves as a reminder that it is okay to bring our raw emotions before God. It represents the real human experience of feeling distant from God, even when seeking Him earnestly.

How Long, O Lord?

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How Long, O Lord?
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No matter how bleak the situation, or how distant God may seem, we can always turn to Him and find reassurance in His promises. The key is to shift our focus from the size of our problems to the vastness of God’s love and grace.

God Is on the Throne

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God Is on the Throne
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Psalm 47 is a song of praise and triumph, a declaration of the universal reign of God. The psalmist speaks of God’s rule over all the nations and His sovereignty over the entire world, emphasizing the rightful worship and exaltation that should be given to God because of His supreme power and rule.

A Throne with No End

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A Throne with No End
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Psalm 102 acknowledges the fleeting and fragile nature of human existence but finds comfort and hope in the eternal nature of God. The psalmist’s distress leads them to cry out to God, who remains constant amidst the temporal challenges of life. Ultimately, the psalm points to a future restoration and a renewed hope in God’s enduring faithfulness.

When the Darkness Doesn’t Lift

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When the Darkness Doesn't Lift
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In this psalm, we see the psalmist grappling with the tension between their faith in God’s past faithfulness and their present experience of defeat and suffering. It highlights the reality that there are times in history and in individual lives when it may seem as though God is distant or not actively intervening on behalf of His people.

The big idea of this psalm is that there are times in history and in life when it seems like God is not helping His people. In times like these, faithfulness to God doesn’t always bring worldly achievement, but it is successful in the eyes of God.

Beauty, Pain, and EVERYTHING in Between

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Beauty, Pain, and EVERYTHING in Between
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Psalm 27 is a well-known psalm attributed to King David, and it expresses his trust in God’s protection and deliverance. It beautifully captures the theme of finding strength and solace in God’s presence amidst the trials and challenges of life.

This I Know, That God is for Me

Psalm 56 is a powerful expression of trust and confidence in God in the midst of challenging circumstances. The psalm is attributed to David and is believed to have been written during a time when he was facing great adversity and persecution. Despite the difficulties he was experiencing, David’s faith in God remained strong, and…

Heavenly and Earthly Realities

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Heavenly and Earthly Realities
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Overview Psalm 3 is indeed a powerful passage that reminds us of the adversities we may face in life and the assurance we have in God’s presence and protection. Let’s explore the contents of Psalm 3 and reflect on its message. The psalm is attributed to King David, who penned it during a time of…

Prayer: Depending on God

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Prayer: Depending on God
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Stan Welch reads from Matthew 6:5-15 to see this big idea: It is essential for every child of God to have a growing dependence upon Him in prayer because of who He is and because of our own weakness.

Sarai and Hagar

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Pastor York uses Sarai and Hagar Genesis 16 to show this big idea: When we try to assist God in fulfilling His promises, things get complicated, but God’s grace is deeper than we could ever imagine.

The Lord’s Promises

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The Lord's Promises
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We continue in our sermon series as Pastor Dave reads Genesis 15 to show this big idea: God has promised to fulfill His promises and has proven this by the covenant of grace.

War and Blessing

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This week, Pastor Dave reads Genesis 14 to show this big idea: There will be conflict in this world. God will protect His promise and help His people.

The Call to Abram

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The Call to Abram
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Luis Castellanos walks us through Genesis 11:27 – 12:9. There, we will see this big idea: In our text, we will see the covenant of grace set forth in seed form, and what we will find is that through Abram, God reveals His purpose and goal for the universe. God will save His people through Jesus.

Making A Name for Ourselves

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Making A Name for Ourselves
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Pastor York looks at the famous story about the Tower of Babel found in Genesis 11:1-26. When we attempt to make a name for ourselves, we choose safety, and security, and live small lives. God always accomplishes His plans.

Sin Rules the Nations

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Sin Rules the Nations
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We head back to our sermon series in Genesis while Pastor Dave York reads from Genesis 9:18-10:32. There, we will see this big idea: The righteous will honor God and others and God will bless them for it. Sin fills the nations but God preserves His people of faith.

Walking Out the New Covenant in the Power of the Holy Spirit

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Walking Out the New Covenant in the Power of the Holy Spirit
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Pastor Bill Heard directs our attention to the Great Commission. God’s eternal plan to redeem His fallen creation is being worked out by His adopted children informed by His Word and empowered by His Holy Spirit.

God Works Through Covenants

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God Works Through Covenants
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Pastor Dave continues in Genesis to show how God works through Covenant. God has revealed His faithfulness through covenants and He has committed Himself to His people in love.

Re-Creation and Covenant

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Re-Creation and Covenant
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Today, we look at Genesis 9:1-17. God blesses and cares for His creation with patience and grace. His covenant with Noah is a promise of God’s common grace.

The Flood

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Today we read Genesis 6:9-8:22 to see how the righteous are saved from God’s judgment by faith, obey God, and worship Him. The unrighteous will be judged by God.

Death Spread to All Men

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Death Spread to All Men
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Our study in Genesis continues as Pastor Dave York reads Genesis 5:1-6:8 to show this big idea: When we live outside of God’s boundaries, chaos reigns. But when we walk with God, His grace provides us with hope in a chaotic world.

Cain & Abel

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Cain & Abel
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Stan Welch reads Genesis 4 to show us this big idea: The only way we can approach our Holy Creator is through faith. The one who comes to Him this way, finds his home in God. The one who does not, will face temporal and eternal consequences.

The Fall

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Genesis 3:1-24 tells the story of one of the darkest days in history. Pastor Dave York will show this big idea: Satan lies. Humans disobey God. Sin hurts. God saves.

Rest and Origins

God celebrated His creation and rested on the 7th day. Human sin distorted what God created. Jesus Christ restores God’s original design. That’s the big idea we’ll see from Pastor Dave York looking deeper into Genesis 2:1-3.

God Created Humanity

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God Created Humanity
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Overview Pastor Dave York continues in Genesis to show us how God made humanity (male and female) in His image. He created us to represent Him and honor Him. He provided for all we needed.

In the Beginning…God Created

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In the Beginning...God Created
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God spoke and created all things out of nothing. What He created was good and was created for His glory. That is what we will see as Pastor York guides us through Genesis 1:1-25.

In the Beginning…God

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In the Beginning...God
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Pastor Dave York starts the year off with a brand new sermon series in Genesis. He’ll show us this big idea: God is the Creator of all things. Our lives are to be centered on God and lived for His glory.

The Savior is Born

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The Savior is Born
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It has been prophesied for ages. Now, we celebrate the birth of our Savior and King! Pastor Dave York reads from Matthew 1:18-25 to point us to the good news of Christ yet again!

The Prophets Foretold

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Pastor Dave York uses Isaiah 9:6-7 to guide us to see how the prophets foretold the greatest miracle in history, the coming of Christ!

Give God Your Best

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Pastor Dave York reads from Malichi. Here is the big idea: God calls us to revere Him, be faithful to Him, and give Him our best.

Put Your Hope in God

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Put Your Hope in God
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Pastor Dave York reads from Zechariah. This world is full of disappointments and reasons for discouragement. But God is always on the move, and He wants His people to have hope.

Seek First the Kingdom of God

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Seek First the Kingdom of God
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Pastor Dave York reads Haggai 1-2. There, we will see this big idea: God calls us to make His kingdom work a priority in our lives. When we do, He promises to be with us. He’s building more than we could ever dream.

The Tough Journey to Joy

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The Tough Journey to Joy
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Josh Montague explores the book of Habakkuk to remind us that all should rejoice and take joy in the God of our salvation.

Vengeance is Mine

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Vengeance is Mine
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Pastor Dave York discusses Nahum 1-3 to reveal that God is a jealous and loving God. He will always work for His people. He will always execute justice on His enemies.

Do Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly with Your God

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Do Justly, Love Mercy, and Walk Humbly with Your God
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Pastor Dave York is back to bring us a message from the Book of Micah. There, we will see how God has a plan for His people in a sin-stained world and how He delights in steadfast love and will always fulfill His promise.

Suffering and the Sovereignty of God

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Suffering and the Sovereignty of God
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Overview Robert Sidlo helps look at how suffering and the Sovereignty of God. As a Christian, NOTHING will influence your ability to deal with suffering more than your humble submission to, and firm confidence in, your loving Father’s sovereignty over every detail of your life.

Sovereign Over All Nations

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Bruce Wells leads us through the Book of Obadiah to show that God is sovereign over all nations, including Edom. He will right every wrong and completely deliver His people.

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More Than Conquerors

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More Than Conquerors
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Pastor Dave York wraps up our study of Romans. We’ll read Romans 8:31-39 to see this big idea: Because of our union with Christ, God is for us, and nothing can separate us from His love and care.

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I Will Not Leave You as Orphans

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I Will Not Leave You as Orphans
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Pastor Dave Ruble reads from Romans 8:26-30. There, He will show this big idea: The promised gift of the Holy Spirit is unceasingly at work in perfect union with God the Father and the Son in the lives of His chosen ones from predestination to glorification; from before the cradle to beyond the grave.

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Heirs With God

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Heirs With God
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Pastor Dave York is back to bring us a message from Romans 8:12-15. Here’s the big idea:Because of our union with Christ, the Spirit of God resides within us. He is at work daily work in us, reminding us that we are God’s children and that we have a future hope.

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No Condemnation

Pastor Dave Quilla reads from Romans 8:1-11 to show us this big idea: Our union with Christ frees us from the fear of condemnation. The requirements of the law were fulfilled based on the performance of Christ, not our performance. We are now free to live by the spirit which gives us the power and desire to obey the law.

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Doing the Things I Hate

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Doing the Things I Hate
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Pastor Dave York gives a message on Romans 7:7-25 as he continues the sermons series entitled “United with Christ.”

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Released from the Law

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Released from the Law
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Perry Sorensen reads from Romans 7:1-6 to draw out this big idea: Just as death dissolves legal obligation to one’s spouse in a marriage, the Law is dissolved when the Christian “dies” with Christ. Because we have a new “union” with Christ, the Holy Spirit gives us a new status, a new power, and new security so that we can serve God’s Kingdom.

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Obedient from the Heart

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Pastor York continues reading from Romans 6:15-23 to see this big idea: Our union with Christ means that we are no longer under the rule of sin. We are under the rule of God, and this is a work of God.

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Dead to Sin and Alive to God

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Dead to Sin and Alive to God
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Pastor York continues reading Romans 6:1-14 to point out this big idea: Our union with Christ means that we died to sin with Christ and we are raised to live in a brand new way with Christ. Sin no longer has power over us.

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In Adam…In Christ

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In Adam...In Christ
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Pastor York continues in our brand new sermon series using Romans 5:12-21 to point us to the big idea: Jesus is superior to Adam. Jesus’ work conquers Adam’s work. God’s grace is greater than our sin.

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We Have Been Justified

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We Have Been Justified
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Pastor York kicks off a brand new sermon series using Romans 5:1-11 to demonstrate that Jesus Christ has changed our relationship with God forever.

Fight the Good Fight of Faith

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Fight the Good Fight of Faith
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Pastor Dave York uses 1 Timothy 6:11-21 to show that the fight of faith is confessing Christ, pursuing Christ, and living like Christ through the power of Christ.

Striving for Peace and Holiness

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Striving for Peace and Holiness
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Overview: Bruce Wells reads Hebrews 12:14-17 to show that the commandments express God’s will for our lives and should be obeyed for our good and for His glory.

The Functional Centrality of the Gospel

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The Functional Centrality of the Gospel
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Pastor Dave York shows us the functional centrality of the Gospel by taking us through 1 Corinthians 15:3-5.

The God Who Cares

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The God Who Cares
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Luis Castellanos guides us to see that God cares about your life, your vocation, and about your doctrine. The Gospel is powerful to affect all of life.

How to Care for Elders

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How to Care for Elders
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While reading 1 Timothy 5:17-25, Pastor Dave York will show us that God wants His church to care for her leaders by honoring them and holding them accountable.