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The Be-Attitudes: Finish Last (Sunday’s Sermon Today)

Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.–Matthew 5:3 This week, we’re kicking off a series on the Beatitudes, Jesus’ most-famous collection of sermons, found in Matthew 5. It’s an interesting list of what it means … Continue reading

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Michael Hidalgo’s Unlost: Embrace Your Identity (Book Review)

Hidalgo wants us to understand that being found by God is bigger than the escapism of having our ticket punched to heaven, and he’ll show us how God’s plan is so much more.  C.S. Lewis could’ve written the forward to … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Why Fair Doesn’t Matter & Other Kingdom Anomalies (Matthew 20:1-16)

Today’s scripture is one of those mysterious, this-isn’t-how-the-world-works kinds of things that always seems to grab my attention and make me wrestle with who I am as a person. See, I believe in “fair.” I say I got a double-dose … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Greater Than, Less Than (Luke 18:9-14)

Some of you have heard me talk about super heroes before, whether in movies, or comics, or old television shows. I love them all, because they rise above the fray to make decisions and take action when other people are … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Sermon Today: Turn The Lights On (Matthew 5:13-16)

Several years ago, George O’Leary was a highly successful ACC football coach with a 52-33 record, and was hired by the University of Notre Dame to be the twelfth coach of the Irish football program. But within days, it was … Continue reading

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