Come to the King

Sermon from November 11, 2018. The text is Esther 4:10-17.

Challenge: Find some way to help people “outside the wall” in a way, which involves risk. Think about someone economically different or someone beyond the “wall” of Christ.

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Lifting up the Small

Sermon from November 4, 2018. The text is Micah 5:2-5

Challenge: Look for someone this week who is doing some little, good thing that is likely to go unnoticed. Slip that person an encouraging thank you note to say he or she is making a difference.

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The Gift of the Storm

Sermon from October 28, 2018. The text is from Jonah 1:1-3, 17, 2:10, 3:1-5.

Challenge: Write a gratitude list of at least 5 evidences of God’s grace in your life.

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Adore Him

My sermon from October, 21, 2018. The text is 1 Kings 18:18-24.

Challenge: What would you do if you fully believed that God doesn’t demand you perform to earn his love? That He has already given you the greatest gift? In what way would your life be different if you served God out of love and not duty?

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Light To Warm Us

Sermon from October 14, 2018. The text is Isaiah 9:2, 6-7.

Challenge: Light a candle. Think about how the light of God’s love has comforted you. Think also of someone who needs the light of God’s love and do something to encourage them.

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Looking On Hearts

Sermon from September 30, 2018. The text is 1 Samuel 16:1-12.

Challenge: Find someone who doesn’t look like one of your friends. Take some time to visit with them and get to know them.

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Every Little Thing Is Going To Be Okay

Sermon from November 23, 2018. The Text is  Ruth 1:1-17.

Challenge: Think about a specific circumstance that has you worried right now. Write down three things: the situation, your number one worry about it, and what you think God has to say about it. Google “peace in the Bible” and find one or two passages which give you comfort.

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