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Speak Life

Words matter because they have the power to bring life...and death. Ultimately, as revealed in today's sermon, what we speak is a heart issue getting tangibly expressed through the mouth. We will look at two key principles of speaking life: Honor the Absent and Name the Elephant. It's a powerful teaching because the power is in the Living Word, Jesus Christ. James 3:1-12

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All In

What does it mean to speak truth and life to one another? Isn't it better to be "nice" and not say a hard thing to another? What destruction can be caused by lingering anger? Why does Paul repeatedly talk about us being members of one Body? We explore all of these themes as we seek to understand what it means to be "all in" as a follower of Jesus Christ.

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More Than That

However good you believe God to be, he's more than that. However sure you trust his provision to be, it's more than that. And yet, he invites us to participate in his good provision by bringing what we have - as meager, puny and unimaginative as our offering may be. This is the retelling of the wondrous story of the feeding of the 5,000.

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Inconvenient Compassion

Ever notice that being with others in their sorrow and pain is rarely convenient to your to-do list or schedule? But oh my, when someone takes the time to sit with you in your moment of grief…the difference it makes! In this sermon, Anthony points us to Jesus and how he was moved to compassion and how we can actively embody the Holy Spirit’s ongoing movement of suffering with others.

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Here I Am

Does God still speak? And if He still speaks, are we really listening? What relationship is there between hearing God and obeying what He says? Can you really be a hearer of the Word if you aren't a doer of the Word? This sermon explores these questions through this week's Lectionary text of 1 Samuel 3:1-11. Like Samuel, our posture should be "Here I am. Speak Lord, your servant is listening."

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