February 2, 2020 – I Corinthians 1:18-31 “God’s Protest Movement”

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There have been many protests throughout history that were influential. However, none has been as influential as God’s protest in the cross. It is the most stunning and shattering protest of all time.

January 26, 2020 – I Corinthians 1:10-18 “Healing Divisions Over Dinner”

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From the beginning, the Church has quarreled and fussed. It seems like nothing has changed. But an interesting movement in the Church is giving hope. The core piece of this movement is Food! It seems that Christians can actually agree when they are eating.

January 19, 2020 – Psalm 40:1-11 “Alexa and Adonai”

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Thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, digital assistants like Alexa and Siri may soon be able to do more than just tell us the weather and pull up songs. But no matter how advanced they become, they will never be able to replace God and what He can do.

January 12, 2020 – II Kings 20:1-19 “Life in Extra Time”

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The Lord spared King Hezekiah’s life and graciously gave him and extra 15 years of life. However, the king became proud and sinned. The nation of Judah then ended up being punished for Hezekiah’s sin. God has graciously given our congregation extra life. We need to be sure to honor Him with it.

January 5, 2020 – Ephesians 1:3-14 “Take a Breath, Paul”

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Believe it or not, this portion of Scripture is just one sentence in the Greek. We need to take a breath, read it slowly and then, we can grasp what Paul is saying. What Paul is saying is truly amazing; our life with God here and now is actually a guarantee of a better life to come.

December 29, 2019 – Hebrews 2:10-18 “In the Public Domain”

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There will be scores of works previously protected by copyright laws that will become public domain in January. This serves as a reminder that the cross of Christ is not a private matter. What happened on the cross was very public and continues to invite all to experience the benefits of what the cross has done for us.

December 22, 2019 – Matthew 1:18-25 “Unexpected Gift”

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You can find lots of ideas online if you are looking for an unusual gift to give a certain person this Christmas. But the most amazing gift ever comes to us in the form of a baby.

December 15, 2019 – Luke 1:47-55 “The Magnificat”

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One could say that Mary sang the first Christmas carol while Jesus was still in her womb. Studies show that singing to a yet-to-be-born child can have a profound influence on him or her. Is it possible that Mary’s song reinforced Jesus’ mission before He was born?

December 8, 2019 – Isaiah 11:1-10 “Chainsaw Art”

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Chainsaw artists create art out of tree stumps. God is also a tree stump artist (you might say). In fact, the prophet Isaiah refers to someone who is going to emerge from a stump – the stump of Jesse.

December 1, 2019 – Psalm 122 “Robo Blessing”

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There is actually a robotic priest who offers blessings when activated by a tap on it’s touch screen chest. It can even deliver a blessing in five different languages. However, we don’t have to look to a robot for a blessing. Psalm 122 contains several blessings, and the focus of the blessings is peace. December-1-2019-Bulletin