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Sermons from Christ Fellowship Church

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Love Stories from CFC

Terri Westerhaus and Kenda Turner interviewed a few of our members on their view of love and marriage, and shared their answers with us.

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When Less is More

Dustin preached on the idea that less is more, and on resting in the good news of the Gospel during the season of Lent. He talked about the prevalence of "bad news" and how it appeals to our pride. The Gospel is good news that confronts pride. If we tune out the bad news, the good breaks in. Walking with Christ is about adding vitality to your heart and life.

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The "Giants" of Faith

Patrick preached on the story of David and Bathsheba. Even though David made a series of horrible choices, God still used his life for His purposes. Choices are not without consequences, however, and David's life serves as a warning for us. To think that we could mess up God's plans for us is seriously underestimating His power. All things are redeemed through Christ.

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Lighting the Way Home

Brent spoke about our purpose as Christians, to be the light of the world. He examined the parallels between the nation of Israel and the lost, and the parallels between our role as Christians and the pillar of light that led Israel in the wilderness. He went on to examine the parables in Luke 15, expanding further on the parable of the lost son. Faith is believing in God because He is good, and believing that we are all included. Finally, Brent looked at the older brother in the story, speaking about how God is not limited by scarcity, and that sometimes His generosity may be greater than we expect.

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A Royal Priesthood

Patrick preached about the priesthood of believers, that all Christians are called to ministry. He cautioned against thinking too much of vocational ministry. He also spoke about spiritual gifts, and the importance of sharing responsibility based on our gifting. He encouraged people to look for gifts in others, and to listen carefully when someone tells us our gifting, because others are often better at spotting gifts than we are ourselves.

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