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A New Vision

We are surrounded by sexuality, and we were made by the God of Scripture to be sexual beings, but because of our sin we see a distorted view of sexuality today. In this series we hope to better understand God’s design for sex and the difference His design for sex makes in our lives today. ...

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He Is Risen, "Luke 24:36-49"

If Jesus can overcome death, the whole world can overcome death....

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Remove the Cup, "Luke 22:39-64"

Throughout the life of Jesus we see Jesus inviting us to live in His Kingdom in heaven and on earth, because there is freedom in His Kingdom. Outside of Jesus’ Kingdom there is bondage, slavery, oppression, and death, but in Jesus Kingdom there is freedom and life, and that freedom and life is eternal and completely secure in Jesus....

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The Upper Room, Luke 22:14-34

We are going to continue in the Gospel of Luke. This is a great discussion with a friend because we are looking at the life of Jesus and how Jesus engaged His culture and community of the day....

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Worthy of Worship

What does it look like to bring our lives under the rule and authority of Jesus?...

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What About Money?

In Luke 9 and 10 we see Jesus describing what it is to be His new people, reconciled to the Father, indwelled with the Spirit to love their enemies, love their neighbors, take up their cross daily, and in Luke 12 it is as if Jesus is slowing it down so as to say, “We need to talk about money.”...

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What About Our Friends?

The Parable of the Good Samaritan is to begin a relationship with God through faith in Jesus, and the Parable of the Good Samaritan also teaches us what it looks like to be new people in Jesus growing in our compassion for others....

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His Glory

Historically, did you know in the 1800’s pastors in the local church in Western Europe, and the United States began to say, “We don’t really need to listen to Jesus.” The thought was that Europe and the U.S. was growing in education, which is true, and pastors thought educated people would never believe in the glorious parts of Jesus, so they literally just remo...

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His Cost, "Take Up Your Cross and Follow Me."

What does it means to be a Christian? Is the life made available in Jesus just beneficial in heaven one day? ...

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His Community, "Blessed are the poor, hungry, weeping and insulted."

What does it look like to become new people in Jesus?...

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