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3 Keys to Being a More Authentic Person [podcast]

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“Actions speak louder than words.” You’ve heard – and probably said – the phrase countless times. When it comes to Christianity, there is no truer saying. Our actions show God, and others, how authentic our love and faith in Him truly are. I grew up in the church, and have seen some of the most genuine, committed individuals as well...

How to Find Joy in Knowing Christ (1 John 1:1-4)

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Sermon Resources: Sermon Manuscript in a Word Document Sermon Slides New Years and New Series Are New Starts New beginnings. We’ve all had them at least a time or two. Things like… New baby New job New semester New teacher New pencil New toy New rule New sibling New roommate New House New neighbors New jacket New teeth New Bible New in-law New friend New computer New shoes New car New year New pastor   We’ve all had the experience with “new.” If we are honest,...

The Apostle John: Beloved By God to Love Others

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Sermon Resources: Sermon Manuscript Word Document My Sermon Slides The Message: Meet John – Who was he and why does it matter? I want to introduce you to a friend…well, probably, more like an acquaintance, but someone that I love and appreciate very much. He is not here today, but if he were, I am sure you would love him and he would...

Brokenness Lends to Greatness (Isaiah 41& 45)

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  Sometimes that it's hard to remember that in our brokenness God is leading us to his greatness. If God is for us, no one can stand against us. When we’ve set our lives right with God, He promises to be our sufficient Savior for whatever we face. No loss, pain, or trial is too big for Him to overcome....

The Comfort of God is the Strength of His People (Isaiah 40 & 41)

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In  the wake of the Paris tragedy the world is looking for hope. The only hope that will last the test of time and the loss of life is the hope that comes from God Himself. In this message, Josh takes us through the comfort of God promised to His people in Isaiah 40 and 41. Though God sees the pain...

The Fear of Man is Futile (Isaiah 1 & 2)

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Whether it is the loss of a person or the loss of a friendship, we are often crushed by the weight of relationships gone awry. Finding safety in God is a choice to walk in His safety and pay no attention to pleasing man. Viewables and Downloadables: Video for my sermon: My Sermon Notes (in Word): 10.04.15, Is. 2 MS My sermon slides: ...

Anger at God is a Dead End Street

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In last week's podcast, we began our conversation about what to do with God doesn't act the way we would like Him to act. In our first part of looking at Jonah chapter 4, we realized that perspective makes all the difference in the world. When we lose sight of the fact that God is sovereign and ruling the...

The Mercy of God is Relentless

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Let's be honest, life hurts. There are times where God doesn't seem to act the way we want Him to act (which shouldn't surprise us, but it still does). So what do we do? We get frustrated, pull away from God and pout like a toddler who didn't get his way. All the while we think the compassion of God...

Art and God: Podcast interview with Jake Weidmann

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There are few people I am more proud of in my life than my brother, Jake. Take last night for example—Molly and I had a gentleman over for dinner. As soon as the plates were cleared and desert was arriving at the table, I grabbed my iPad to show off my brother's facebook page. His work is diverse, excellent and one...

Love God for More Than His Gifts: Slow Down and Savor Christ

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Slow Down and Savor Christ There is almost never a day that goes by where I am not reminded to keep “Christ and Him Crucified” at the center of my life. Last winter, on a cold snowy day in Chicago, I was unexpectedly reminded of this. Bundled in my coat, I walked past a warm little bookstore and glanced in the...

The Joy of a Life Story Written By God

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So I was reading this passage in the Bible the other day it struck me hard…Check this out. In Ephesians 5:1 it says that we need to be “Imitators of God.” I read that, and I thought maybe it was some kind of miss print… are you kidding, me imitate Him? I even looked it up to see if that word...

Finding God’s Love in the Midst of Suffering

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I gotta tell you this story. A girl named Cecilia waited to talk to me one night after I finished speaking at a youth convention. She stood with arms crossed, sort of hugging herself like she was cold or afraid. I asked her if she wanted to talk. “I can’t love God,” She blurted out, like it had been welling...