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Sermons

10/15/17 – A Divine Do-Over

A “Do-Over” is an opportunity to perform something a second time.  A second chance to get it right.  Sometimes do-overs are easy,  Sometimes they are difficult.  And sometimes they are impossible.  Most of us want a do-over when we get it wrong.  Few of us, getting it right ask for a do-over. The God of […]

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10/8/17 – If God, Why Evil?

Upon hearing of the Las Vegas shooting like me you must have felt saddened, helpless and angry.  How should we as Christians, and a community of believers think, act and feel about this massacre? This Sunday, I have asked the Elders to lead our congregation in special prayer for the families of those killed and […]

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10/1/17 – Can’t Keep A Good Man Down!

Last week I took the position that Jonah was not as bad as people make him out to be.  He did not flee out of fear, bigotry or jealousy. But rather, knowing that God would judge Assyria in 40 days (Jonah 3:4) and they would repent (Jonah 4:2) fled to Tarshish.  Jonah did not want […]

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9/24/17 – Swims With The Fishes

JONAH THE PROPHET A young girl was talking to her teacher about whales and how she had heard in Sunday School about how a whale had swallowed Jonah.  The teacher said it was physically impossible for a whale to swallow a human because even though it was a very large mammal its throat was very […]

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9/17/17 – To The Jew First!

Welcome Larry and Fran Feldman to our church Larry Feldman, was raised in a Conservative Jewish home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . He came to faith in Yeshua, the Messiah, after receiving his B.A. in Psychology from Temple University in 1970, whereupon he felt the calling of God to prepare for service in full-time ministry. He […]

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9/10/17 – Are You A Stayer Or Strayer

Some of you may remember the 1980’s TV series “The A-Team.” At the end of their stint in Viet Nam, Col. John “Hannibal” Smith and his team were framed for robbing the Bank of Hanoi (which they had done, but under orders), and sent to a US military prison. They escaped and went on the run, […]

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9/3/17 – Facing the Adversary

A week ago the sports world was focused on the over hyped fight billed as “The Biggest Fight in Combat Sports History”. It was a professional boxing match between undefeated boxing World Champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. and mixed martial arts (MMA) World Champion Conor McGregor. Mayweather extended his winning streak to 50 victories by defeating McGregor by […]

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8/27/17 – Total Eclipse of the Saints

How many watched the eclipse this past Monday?  Unless you were in the total eclipse zone, it was more sizzle then steak.  But for those in the right path it was dramatic.  As the moon encroached on the Sun, day was turned to night, and darkness enveloped the earth. Of course, everyone knows that a total […]

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8/20/17 – Will Work For All It’s Worth

There are dirty jobs, dead end jobs, and even dream jobs. But did you know that every job should be a DIVIDEND JOB.  In our passage Sunday, the Apostle assures first century SLAVES working both dirty and dead end jobs, how to turn them into a DIVIDEND JOB. Slavery was an ever-present feature of the Roman World. […]

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8/13/17 – Trickle Down Theology

Trickle down economics is the theory that allowing the top earners to keep more of their money means they will either invest it in new ventures or spend it, both creating more jobs.  The money will “trickle down” to those making less money.  But worry not, Sunday’s sermon is not on economics. It is about […]

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