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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 28th, 2018

Text: Text: 1 Corinthians 12:12-31

Sermon Title:“Iron Sharpens Iron 1 of 4: Workout Partner ”

Theme: The many different parts of our body function best when they function together. The bible talks about us as being members of the Body of Christ and that we function best when we function together.
Developing Spiritual Friendships is a great start.


Questions to Think About as You Read:
 Do you have anybody you would consider a spiritual friend?
 How does a person start developing a spiritual friend?


Sunday October 21st, 2018

Text: Luke 12: 33-34

Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge

The 40-50 voice choir members from 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!


Sunday Oct 14th, 2018

Text: Luke 12:33-44

Sermon Title:“Consumption Assumption”

Theme: WE in America possess more than most people around the world and throughout history could ever dream about. e have everything we need (probably not everything we want) but it is easy to lose sight of what it is really for.

Questions to think About as You Read:

How do you distinguish between your needs and wants 

How do you needs and wants both feed and detract from your "Happiness"?


Sunday October 14th, 2018

Text: Luke 12: 33-34

Sermon Title:“Consumption Assumption”

Theme: We in America possess more than most people around the world and throughout history could ever dream about. We have everything we need (probably not everything we want) but it is easy to lose sight of what it is really for.


Questions to Think About as You Read:
 How do you distinguish between your needs and wants
 How do your needs and wants both feed and detract from your “Happiness”?


Sunday October 7th, 2018

Text: Matthew 23:23-26

Sermon Title:“Planning Ahead”

Theme: Jesus warns the Pharisees that while giving is important it is not to take the place of other important matters like loving one's neighbor and more.

Questions to think About as You Read:

Why do you think tithing is suck a "touchy" subject in church?

If more people actually tried tithing what do you think they would discover?


Sunday September 16th, 2018

Text: John 15:1-17


Guest preacher: Kathryn Tiede from Lutheran Social Services of
Minnesota


Sunday, June 24th 2018

Text: Psalm 130

Sermon Title:“Out of the Depths”

TTheme: Sometimes when we pray out of desperation or “cry out” to God we wonder if God really hears our prayers. Psalm 130 reminds us that God’s timeline doesn’t also coincide with ours and encourages us to keep praying because ultimately with the Lord there is unfailing love.

Questions to think About as You Read:
 Under what circumstances have you ever wondered does God really hear your prayers?
 Have you ever looked back and thought that even though you thought you were ready for something in retrospect you weren’t ?
 How does trusting in God’s unfailing love help you persevere in life?


Sunday, June 17th 2018

Text: Text: Joshua 24:14-18

Sermon Title: “Who do You Serve”

Theme: In one of Bob Dylan’s greatest hits titled “Gotta Serve
Somebody” He draws a lot of distinctions about the things we end up serving in this world. However he does come to the conclusion that whether we like it or not we will serve somebody or something.The ultimate question is who or what will we serve? Joshua makes it clear for all of us who we are called to serve.


Questions To Think About As You Read:
 If you are honest who or what do you ultimately serve?
 What is it that really drives you and how you make decisions
 What step could you take to serve God?


Sunday, June 10th 2018

Text: Exodus 16:2-4,9-15

Sermon Title: “God Provides”

Theme: When the Israelite's cry out to God he leads them out of Egypt. God also provides for us when we ask him in prayer.


Questions to think About as You Read:
 Under what circumstances have you ever wondered does God really hear your prayers?


 Have you ever looked back and thought that even though you thought you were ready for something     in retrospect you weren’t?

 How does trusting in God’s unfailing love help you persevere in life?


Sunday June 3rd, 2018

Text: Mark 7: 24-37

Sermon Title: “Open Mouths, Open Hearts”

Theme: Spiritual miracles are often more difficult to trust that a physical healing.


Questions to Think About as You Read:
 How would you like Jesus healing power to work in your life?
 How would you like Jesus healing power to work in the life of a loved one?
 How has Jesus opened your heart or mouth?


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