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The Christian’s Bill of Rights

Speaker: Clark Graber
Text: Matthew 5-7, etc
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As Christians, we are citizens of another Kingdom. But what does that mean? Clark breaks down some key differences between the heavenly kingdom and the United States. Even if you are rusty on American history, this important message provides important guidance for heavenly patriotism.

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Stormy Waters

Speaker: Conroy Loewen
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God promised that he would be with his children when they pass through waters, rivers, and fire. If we know this, how does it impact our view of these trials? Listen below for comforting counsel for what you may be facing today.

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For the Gospel’s Sake

Speaker: Conroy Loewen
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Using Paul’s example as inspiration, Conroy asks probing questions about how important it is to us to share the Gospel. With encouraging Scriptures and challenging examples, this message with inspire you to treasure the Gospel – enough to share it with others.

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Why This Waste?

Speaker: Dru Lattin
Text: Mark 14:3-9
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What does genuine worship look like? Dru tells the story of one woman who was determined to honor Jesus, regardless of what others thought. Listen below for important lessons on worshipping God, no matter what.

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Notes and reflection questions from bulletin:

Mary’s worship was focused on Jesus.
Mary’s worship required boldness.

Mary’s act of worship was

  • Theological
  • Emotional
  • An act of service

Personal reflection:

  • How do I intentionally worship God in my day-to-day life?
  • What if anything is holding me back from worshipping with freedom? (Colossians 3)
  • On what do I evaluate my relationship with Christ? (John 14:15-24; 1 John 5:1-4; Romans 8:14-16, 37-39)