Daniel and the King’s Decree

Many Old Testament narrative passages give us incredible portraits of godly men and women that serve to inspire us. However the truth is, though there are definitely lessons to be learned from these heroes, the story is never truly about them. In this sermon, guest speaker Tim Matthews continues our series through the Daily Bible as […]

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A New Heart and a New Spirit

In addition to the promise of a future and a hope for the people of God, we have been seeing promises of a new heart and a new spirit that will be given to them as well. God himself clarifies exactly what this would ultimately entail: “I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and […]

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Hosea to Hezekiah

In the very first month of the first year of his reign reign, Hezekiah began a series of sweeping reforms, repairing the temple and seeking to bring unfaithful Judah back to her faithful God: “For our fathers have been unfaithful and have done what was evil in the sight of the Lord our God. . . Now it […]

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Elijah and God’s Faithfulness

Most sermons based on the life of Old Testament characters typically revolve around all of the ways that we can learn to be just like them. In the case of Elijah, the focus is always on his faith, his powerful prayers, his extraordinary miracles, his power and anointing, etc., and how we should strive to […]

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Doers of the Word

The Christian life is one of growth and sanctification, perseverance and practice.  As we mature as believers, we must be careful not to merely accumulate head knowledge, while leaving our practice untouched and unaltered. Teaching from the book of James, Pastor Dave Leandre works through the first two chapters, focusing on the command to be […]

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