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When the Unexpected Takes Longer than Expected
Clean
January 24, 2021 03:38 PM PST
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We're joined today by inspirational comedian Nazareth to share five things we can do when the unexpected takes longer than expected.

When Winning with God Feels like Losing in the World
Clean
January 17, 2021 09:36 AM PST
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As we return to Exodus 7, we are going to see God call Moses to go back to confront Pharaoh yet again. So far, Moses’ track record of “victory” is pretty low when it comes to these kinds of confrontations and yet, he was still on the path to victory. Sometimes winning with God feels like losing in the world. My prayer for us today is that we would peel away from the pages of Exodus and look deep into our own lives. Some of you watching this may not feel like you’re being victorious right now. May we all get a sense of how to respond when winning with God feels like losing in the world.

Enlarging Our Territory in a Shrinking World
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January 10, 2021 09:24 AM PST
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If you’re not familiar with the prayer of Jabez, it’s a powerful verse that’s sandwiched in the middle of 1st Chronicles. This prayer essentially matches up with what every person wants in life. Books have been written about it, some of you might have it memorized and for others of you, this might be the first time you are hearing this.

Creating a Cancel-Proof Plan for 2021
Clean
January 05, 2021 11:52 AM PST
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We know 2020 was the “canceled year.” What about 2021? Is it going to be another year where everything is canceled again? Well, we can’t control that. Believe it or not, your 2021 doesn’t have to be canceled. There might be elements of it that still aren’t anywhere near what any of us would wish but I want to all of us today to think about creating a cancel-proof plan for the year.

A Shot of Hope | Christmas 2020
Clean
December 25, 2020 07:09 AM PST
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"We’ve all learned what it means to long for something… to wait for something… and to hope for something in a way we probably never have before. I believe the events of 2020 have given us all a unique emotional glimpse into the world Jesus was born into. We’re going to look at what happened 2000 years ago when an angel of the Lord announced that God was sending Jesus, 'The Shot of Hope,' into the world." - Pastor Kyle

Out of Egypt I Have Called My Son
Clean
December 20, 2020 12:17 PM PST
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Egypt wasn’t a place you wanted to go to, it wasn’t a place God wanted his people to live, and it wasn’t a place you wanted to be from. At the same time, the biblical concept of Egypt also meant redemption and hope. God brought His people out of Egypt. Whenever “Egypt” was uttered, it was a reminder that somehow, some way, the “Egypt’s” of life would never be endless. With God’s mighty hand and His outstretched arm, he would always faithfully rescue His people from Egypt.

Hope in Uncertain Times
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December 15, 2020 09:34 PM PST
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Today, we are living in uncertain times, there is no doubt about it. Open a bible to Luke 2:22-38 and you'll see the uncertain times that Joseph and Mary were living through at this point in history. As we read these verses today, I pray we find some glimpses into what it means for us to find hope in the uncertain times we are facing.

Touching Wonder - A Star
Clean
December 08, 2020 11:30 AM PST
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We kick off our Advent series with a sermon from Dr. William Nolte from the Book of Matthew on the birth of Jesus.

Sometimes Things Get Worse Before They Get Better
Clean
November 30, 2020 12:26 PM PST
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We join Pastor Kyle in the Book of Exodus as take a look into how a request by Moses and Aaron caused the lives of the Israelites to become harder before things got better.

Get These Right and Everything Else Is Less Likely to Go Wrong!
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November 22, 2020 11:14 AM PST
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We join Pastor Kyle in Exodus 4 with some examples on how to keep things from 'going wrong" in our lives.

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