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Welcome to Your Safe Place (2 Thessalonians 1:5-10)

Will you be safe when Jesus comes back t0 judge the living and the dead? Through faith in Christ you are. Jesus makes you safe. Listen to this sermon based on 2 Thessalonians 1.

The Truth Will Set You Free (John 8:31-36)

What is the truth? It’s hard to discern in a world of fake news and multiple opinion. Jesus tells us the truth we need to know: We were slaves to sin. Jesus has set us free. Listen to this Sermon based on John 8.

Jesus Calls You Family (Hebrews 2:9-18)

Where do you belong? Who is your family? Jesus was unashamed to call you family. He frees you from death and welcomes you into his family. Listen to this Sermon based on Hebrews 2:9-18.

We Stand in Victory (Revelation 2:8-11)

How can you be sure that Christianity will be victorious? Look to the risen Savior who will give you a crown that will last. Listen to this sermon based on Revelation 2:8-11.

Flee from Greed, Flee to God (1 Timothy 6:6-16)

Greed doesn’t always seem dangerous, but it is. Your heart will only be satisfied by God, not greed. Listen to this sermon based on 1 Timothy 6.

Mercy Triumphs Over Judgement (James 1:1-13)

Two people walk in: One dressed nicely, the other dressed poorly. How do you treat them? Is your first instinct mercy? Or is it judgment? God calls us to deal in mercy. Listen to this sermon based on James 2:1-13

Jesus is in the Business of Dividing (Luke 12:49-53)

What is your definition of peace? What’s the happy place you want to go to? Is it God’s responsibility to make your life peaceful? Jesus says some hard things to hear. He came to bring division, not peace. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 12.

Set Your Mind on Things Above (Colossians 3:1-11)

What pulls your mind away from heaven? It could be good things like family and friends. Paul encourages us to think through everything with a heavenly filter. Listen to this sermon based on Colossians 3:1-11

Answers to Prayer Depend on Who You Know (Luke 11:1-13)

How do you know that God will answer your prayer? Is it a hope and a wish? Is it a chance? We know God listens because Jesus has given us access. Listen and be encouraged by this sermon based on Luke 11.

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