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Sermon: A Strange Place to Find the Fruit of the Spirit

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015 in News | Comments Off

Where would you look for the fruit of the Spirit? How about your bank account! We may think of spiritual matters and physical resources as polar opposites in our lives.  But when we cooperate with the Holy Spirit, we find that He bears His spiritual fruit in very material ways. Our text today invites us to see this unlikely place for the fruit of the Spirit to show up. Galatians 6:6–10

Dr. Vic Anderson

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Sermon: How Can We Know?

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in News | Comments Off

Wouldn’t it be great if we each had confirmation from God that He was doing His work in our lives? All too often we wonder if we are measuring up, or if we are growing as He desires. In our passage today, Paul gives us this confirmation. He gives us a reliable gauge for us to evaluate the Spirit’s work in our lives. Galatians 5:25–6:6

Steve Bergstrom

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Sermon: The New You-God’s Plan to Re-construct Your Self

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in News | Comments Off

We have a new year and a new opportunity to see great personal improvements in 2015. Yet those improvements will not come primarily through diet plans, exercise programs, educational pursuits or surgical procedures. The greatest personal improvements occur at a deeper level. God is working there, and today’s message encourages us to recognize God’s work and cooperate with it. Galatians 5:19–24

Dr. Vic Anderson

The New You-God’s Plan to Re-construct your self

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Sermon: Stockholm Christianity

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in News | Comments Off

Michael Makidon is a missionary-professor at the Central American Theological Seminary in Guatemala. Today, Mike shares with us from Galatians 2:11–21, as he also describes for us his “Top Ten” reasons you know you live in Guatemala.

Michael Makidon

Stockholm Christianity

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Sermon: Loving God’s Law in 2015

Posted by on Dec 29, 2014 in News | Comments Off

A new year is upon us, and we are faced with a dilemma in trying to please God. On the one hand, we seek to live by grace, freed from the Old Testament Law. (But we fear this could lead to lawlessness.) On the other hand, we want to love God’s Law and adhere to His standards. (But we fear pursuing the Law will lead us to legalism.) In 2015, how do we honor God’s Law as grace-loving people?

Dr. Vic Anderson

Loving God_s Law in 2015

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Sermon: What to Expect

Posted by on Dec 21, 2014 in News | Comments Off

We all agree that Christmas is a time of hope…. but what exactly is the nature of that hope? Is it a vague wish for happier days, or is it more? The prophet Isaiah saw clearly the hope for God’s people. In his vision of the future, he shows us what we can expect from the baby in the manger. Isaiah 9:1–7

Steve Bergstrom

What to Expect

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Sermon: A Compelling Freedom

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in News | Comments Off

We love freedom. We love not being told what to do or when to do it. Whether it’s freedom from our parents, our jobs, our government—we simply love freedom and dream of how to use it. This is no less true when God tells us we’re free from law. We imagine leaving  those constraining rules behind and living how we’ve always wanted to live. But in our text today God challenges us to consider freedom in a new way, one that finds its nature in an unlikely source. Galatians 5:13–18

Josh Winn

A Compelling Freedom

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