What's the Secret?

Everyone wants to know “the secret.” The secret to joy in life, to fulfillment in career, to being able to move on, to being able to weather catastrophes. Paul told the Philippians he had learned the secret of contentment, but then he never defined the secret—he never shared it! …Or did he?

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MEGA-Jesus

For a man who seems to have all the courage in the world, it seems an odd thing to pray for courage. But that's exactly what Paul did: pray for courage to make Jesus big in his life and in his death. It's our prayer, too--we need courage to make Jesus "mega." But the best news here is what Jesus would have said, had he written the letter instead of Paul. And that's all I'll say for now...you'll just have to listen!

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We'll See vs. We'll See

Bad things happen. All the time. Joseph found that in his life; you have and you will see it in the world and in your life as well. We generally want to know the “why,” but God gives us something better: the solution to all our afflictions!

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Untouchable No More

No one wanted to go near her, let alone have her infringe on their meal. No one wanted anything to do with her.

Except Jesus.

Jesus got dirty and he got personal, and that gives us something to hold to. The best thing. 

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Be Still

“Be calm,” they say. And you think, “What? How? Look at everything going on…and you just tell me ‘be calm’??” That’s exactly what Jesus said, and what Jesus says.

This sermon is the first in our worship series "Unshakeable."

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"No" & "Yes"

Every time you say “yes” to something, you say “no” to something else. And vice versa: every “no” is a “yes” to something else. What you say “no” and “yes” to will depend on what you value, what you hold most dear, and what is most important to you. 

So what are your “no’s” and “yes’s”?

This sermon is the conclusion to our miniseries on Samson: Ordinary Man, Extraordinary God.

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What I Really Need

A weekend up north, or at the lake. A vacation. Time away. They’re wonderful, they’re good, they’re great! But they’re not the ultimate. What I really need is the One behind all those good things. The One who made the good. That’s what Jesus shows Nicodemus, and it’s what we see on Trinity Sunday.