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Pruning isn’t fun. It hurts. It seems mean. Why can’t we let nature take its course and let the plant do whatever it wants? Let’s explore how healthy growing relationships include moments of pruning. How do we prune for growth?
We face a variety of choices every day. It has been said a person's life is the sum total of the choices he has made. In other words, the choices you have made have led you to where you are in life today. Each year, around this time, followers of Jesus have a choice to make. Lent is here. No, not the stuff in your pocket, but a portion of The Church calendar designed to prepare us for Resurrection Sunday. In light of that, you have a choice. Will you take Lent seriously, or not? Yet to make that choice perhaps some more information will be helpful.
In this sermon we look at the history of the growth of the kingdom and Jesus' prediction in its development from a mustard seed.
As disciples, we're called to follow the master and create more disciples to grow a Gospel community. It is our privilege and responsibility to serve the body.
In this week’s message, we continue a journey to learn how to live an extraordinary life, a life that works the way God intended. An extraordinary life will require us to cultivate compassion. This is primarily about responding with God’s heart to people who struggle with a lack of resources or ability. We will consider three steps we can all take to Cultivate Compassion: 1. See a Need 2. Fill a Need 3. Make a Friend
How devoted are we to the Lord? How devoted are we to the church? Is there a difference? Would you say if a football player went to practice one day out of five days of practice he would be considered a devoted player? Would you say if a student only went to school one day out of five, they would be a devoted student? What if you were an employer and your employees only came to work one day out of five would you say they were devoted employees? Would you say a church member who only attends church one time out of five opportunities is devoted? To see the power and miracles of the Lord, to see salvations, baptisms and church growth like never before, to see revival spread and the church become as one, will it come when the church is devoted every opportunity or once a week?
The Joyful Advancement of the Gospel flows out of - 2. Confidence in God's Persevering People.