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Sermons

When You See Jesus, It Changes Everything: A Sermon on Saul’s Conversion (Road to Damascus), Acts 9:1-31

So after our two week break for Easter, we are coming back into the book of Acts. We’ve spent a lot of time more in liturgical settings with doing readings out loud, prayers out loud and spending time in traditions that have been with the church for two thousand years. We only start to scratch …

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Good News in The Last Place You’d Expect to Find It: A Sermon on Acts 8:4-8:25

As we start to unfold this story of the first Christians we are picking up on some important themes, and not only that, we are starting to see that everything is connected. Everything from Genesis 1 to the law and the prophets and into the gospel stories and message is tied into this story. Without …

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God Speaks Through Difference: A Sermon on Acts 6:8-8:3 (The Sermon and Stoning of Stephen)

As we work our way through Acts we are starting to get a hold on what was going on with the very first Christians. This is a well articulated story of how this news of Jesus dying and rising again has spread to the entire world. It started with Jesus telling his closest friends, to …

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Entering Into God’s Story and Out of the Story of Money: A Sermon on Acts 4:23-37

Allright so Joe spoke last week about how John and Peter were taken in and questioned by the high priest and Sadducees. Basically what happened is you have John and Peter and they are running around healing people and telling people that the messiah that they were waiting for is finally found in Jesus Christ …

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On Movements and Moving Speeches (A Sermon on Peter’s Speech in Acts 2)

Movements have happened all over the world. They all have different characteristics and accomplish different tasks. Movements never mean that everything changes from that moment on definitely. However, a movement, or the day a movement begins are momentous occasions that symbolize the beginning of systematic change. Think about the civil rights movement and how important …

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