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The Sin of Favoritism

We all know what it is to play favorites. God is impartial and He expects the same from us. Love should prevail. Period.

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Cleansed

Shakespeare’s Lady Macbeth had blood on her hands and her feverish attempts couldn't wash it away. A murder had taken place, and the stain of guilt was great. Her anxious attempt to be cleansed didn't work, and neither will our vain attempts. You can stop trying to religiously wash the blood from your hands, because the blood of another makes you clean.

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Under His Wings

You may have heard the woman who was healed just by touching the hem of Jesus' garment, but have you ever wondered: Why the hem? Pastor Joe Packard unpacks this passage and the significance of that detail as we continue our way through the Gospel of Mark.

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The Authority of Jesus

Authority in our day and age is usually associated with something negative, isn’t it? We see the abuse of authority and everything inside of us reacts against that. But what if the essence of some particular authority was only good? That could change everything. And that’s the topic this Sunday…a new Authority that shows up and brings us life through word and deed.

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Heed + Build + Hide

You know the story of Noah - rain falls, boat rises, family saved. But how does Noah's story relate to my life? Come fathom the depths of faith with us this Sunday.

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Faith

Hebrews 11 mentions faith a total of 25 times. We seek out what faith is and how to apply it in our lives in this new series.

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Your Kingdom Come

We finish our last segment of our Justice v Just Us series taking a look at the compassion the God has for His people and how our lives can be used by Him.

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God and the Rest of Your Life

On Sunday we began a new 4-week series from Proverbs called, "God and the Rest of Your Life". We’ll start with finding the key that unlocks the door to a life of joy, peace and productivity.

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Comfort & Knit

The apostle Paul wrote, taught, and shared so much with so many early churches; he was involved in miraculous events and life transformation. His goal was to see people obtain "the full riches of complete understanding in order to know the mystery of God, namely, Christ". But how does he suggest that we, as the church, get there? How might we obtain the full riches of complete understanding?

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