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“So let’s do it—full of belief... Let’s keep a firm grip on the promises that keep us going. He always keeps his word. Let’s see how inventive we can be in encouraging love and helping out, not avoiding worshiping together as some do but spurring each other on.” –Hebrews 10:24-25

October 29th, 2017

Text: Romans 3:19-31

Sermon Title: “REFORM THIS!!!”


Theme The words from this passage are words that Martin Luther found
difficult to digest but ultimately illuminating for his breakthrough
discovery that changed the face of Christianity around the world.
The world is still impacted by Luther’s contribution to The Reformation.

Questions to Think About as You Read:

1) How does Romans 3:23-24 serve as a foundation for understanding Jesus?
2) Google “The Reformation”: How did it contribute to Christianity?

October 22nd, 2017

Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge

Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge will be leading worship at both services. Be sure to invite your friends and family for an opportunity to hear how God is working in the lives of people as they live the story of the Bible to become like Jesus!


October 15th, 2017

Text: Exodus 36:3-7

Sermon Title: “Offering as Formation Faith”


Theme In this passage we see an incredible picture of what happens when
everybody responds to God’s call.

Questions to Think About as You Read:
1) Why is it so challenging for many to make a link between faith and financial gifts?
2) If Moses and his friends were a “church” what do you think the attitude of that
church might have been like?
3) Why is the word “freewill” so important when it comes to the offering

October 8th, 2017

Text: Exodus 36:3-7

Sermon Title: “Offering as Formation Faith”


Theme In this passage we see an incredible picture of what happens when
everybody responds to God’s call.

Questions to Think About as You Read:
1) Why is it so challenging for many to make a link between faith and financial gifts?
2) If Moses and his friends were a “church” what do you think the attitude of that
church might have been like?
3) Why is the word “freewill” so important when it comes to the offering?