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A Whole Life

Life can often feel divided. Sickness unravels health, suffering disrupts peace, flesh pulls at spirit. How should we navigate these forces? James shows us how to be not just better people but whole people. Here is practical instruction for living a life of wholeness--in circumstances, sickness, and sin.
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A Whole Life

Jonathan Dodson
June 23, 2024
Life can often feel divided. Sickness unravels health, suffering disrupts peace, flesh pulls at spirit. How should we navigate these forces? James shows us how to be not just better people but whole people. Here is practical instruction for living...
RECOVERY

Assessment - Examining Trauma and Coming to the Light (Step 5)

Michael Snetzer
June 19, 2024
SERMON

Patience

June 2, 2024
Living in between the first and second coming of Jesus requires patience. James calls us to grow in patience with life, with people, and with God. Scripture: James 5:7-11
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Life In Christ

Jamin Roller
September 16, 2019
In the first week in our new series in the book of Colossians, we take a look at the history of the book and what it means to live a life in Christ where God has you. Scritpure: Colossians 1:1-8
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The Will of God

Jamin Roller
September 22, 2019
This week we see Paul describe what we know God wants the life of a believer to look like. A life of meaning, knowing God and becoming who He wants you to be will require endurance and patience. Scripture: Colossians 1:9-14
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A Beautiful Disruption

Jamin Roller
August 16, 2020
Key Text: Colossians 4:2-6Summary: Christians are to be a beautiful disruption to the chaos of the world. According to Colossians 4:5–6, that beautiful disruption is marked by followers of Jesus walking in wisdom in the way they act and speak.ResourcesScripture...

Latest Sermon Series – James

The aim of this letter, written by James the brother of Jesus, is to help Christ followers learn wholeness through the wisdom of Jesus.

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Week 6: Created in Christ (Colossians 1)

Courtney Richter
March 19, 2024
The letter to the Colossians is unique among Paul’s letters, because Paul had not personally been to the church at Colossae. He begins this letter with standard thanksgiving and prayer for the church, exalting Christ as preeminent over creation, the new creation and the Church.
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Week 7: Alive in Christ (Colossians 2)

Drew Fitzgerald
March 25, 2024
In chapter 2, Paul outlines the transformation of a Christian from spiritual death to spiritual life. He reminds the Colossians of their participation with Christ—they have been filled, circumcised, buried, raised, and made alive in Him.
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Week 8: Put on Christ (Colossians 3)

Jonathan Dodson
April 1, 2024
As those who have been raised with Christ, Paul outlines what a Christian is to “put off” and “put on.” Colossians 3 begins with an exhortation to set their minds on things above, put to death what is earthly, and put on characteristics benefitting of a Christian, by living according to origins to their promised, future resurrected life.
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Week 10: Grace & Peace (Philemon)

April 16, 2024
The letter to Philemon is a unique Pauline epistle, as he writes not to a church but to an individual. As Paul appeals to Philemon to forgive and receive back his runaway slave Onesimus, there’s a rich theme of grace and peace in his words. There’s also multiple references to family in this letter, highlighting the significance of spiritual family, as well as the call for unity within the family of God.
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RECOVERY

Assessment - Examining Trauma and Coming to the Light (Step 5)

Michael Snetzer
June 24, 2024
RECOVERY

Foundations - Justification, Adoption and Sanctification (Step 4)

John Allman
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Foundations - The Response: Repentance (Step 3)

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SERMON

Patience

June 3, 2024
Living in between the first and second coming of Jesus requires patience. James calls us to grow in patience with life, with people, and with God. Scripture: James 5:7-11
RECOVERY

Foundations - The Remedy: The Gospel

Michael Snetzer
June 3, 2024
SERMON

What to Do with Wealth?

Jonathan Dodson
May 28, 2024
James says some difficult things to the rich. How should we interpret them? How should Christians approach wealth? How much should we save and how much should we give? This message helps us grapple with these important questions from the...