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Good Friday: The Greatest Battle Ever Fought – Matthew 27:45-50

Jesus suffered humiliation, torture, and death on the cross. He suffered all this for you and for me. Listen to the greatest battle ever fought and celebrate the victory that Jesus won for you.

Maundy Thursday: The Battle is Personal – Luke 22:47-48

Judas’s temptation to betray Jesus was personal. Jesus battle was personal. He knows our battles our personal. Jesus gives us personal promises and forgiveness. Listen to the sermon based on Luke 22:47-48.

Palm Sunday: Here Comes God’s Grace, It’s Holy Week! – Philippians 2:5-11

Jesus came to earth to save us. He suffered death on a cross. In thanksgiving to him, we live and serve as he did. Listen to this sermon based on Philippians 2:5-11.

No Fear in Life and Death – Romans 8:11-19

What are you afraid of? What gives you anxiety? What worries you? We all face those questions. In Jesus we are now children of the Heavenly Father. He drives away all fear. Listen to this sermon based on Romans 8.

Life is Great – Matthew 20:17-28

How can life be great in the middle of Corona virus? It is great because Jesus came to serve and save us. Listen to this sermon based on Matthew 20.

Seeing Clearly – John 9:1-7, 13-17, 34-39

Jesus used a man’s blindness to display his glory and love. He gave the man both physical sight and spiritual sight. Jesus can and does use calamities and disasters for our good. Listen to this sermon based on John 9.

Open Your Eyes – John 4:27-38

Do you want purpose in your life? Do you want everything to you do to be filled with meaning? Jesus changes our lives from mundane to changing eternities.

A Proven Strategy: Recognize, Resist, Repent, Repeat – Matthew 4:1-11

How do you fight temptation? Listen as we hear our Savior fight for us, overcome temptation for us, and help us fight as well.

Lord, It Is Good For Us To Be Here – Matthew 17:1-9

Was Jesus both God and man? How can we be sure? Listen to this sermon based on Matthew 17:1-9

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