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The Call – June 2020

Posted by Matt Bauer on June 01, 2020  /   Posted in Podcast Series

As some begin to reemerge from the quarantine of COVID-19, our world feels more divided than ever. The words of Paul to the Christians in Ephesus still ring loud and true; we as believers should be eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit and the bond of peace among us. But how do we

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Resurrecting Me – Spring 2020

Posted by Matt Bauer on April 13, 2020  /   Posted in Podcast Series

Christ is Risen! He is alive! The tomb is empty! I am free! Now what? What happens next? We experience the resurrection of Jesus Christ and know he has broken the power of sin and death, yet these things still remain. That is because the work of the resurrection continues. The work of reconciliation and

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I AM – Lent 2020

Posted by Matt Bauer on February 27, 2020  /   Posted in Podcast Series

According to its author, the gospel of John was written “so that you may come to believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that through believing you may have life in his name” (John 20:31). Over and over again in this gospel Jesus refers to himself as “I am,” connecting himself

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Set Apart – February 2020

Posted by Matt Bauer on January 27, 2020  /   Posted in Podcast Series

Now that the Israelites have learned more about who God is (God hears, calls, saves, and provides), they must learn what God requires of them to become a chosen, royal nation. Join us as we continue to journey through Exodus to see how God calls us to be set apart in our worship, living, and

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Braving the Wilderness – January 2020

Posted by Matt Bauer on December 30, 2019  /   Posted in Podcast Series

A new year brings excitement of new plans, goals, and hopes. But a new year is also an unknown frontier; what will the year have in store? What should we do or where should we go? 2019 was a challenging year in the life of our church, full of change and transition. We made it

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Do You Hear What I Hear? – December 2019

Posted by Matt Bauer on November 25, 2019  /   Posted in Podcast Series

We know the songs and sing the carols all about the blessed angels and the message they came to bring on that first Christmas. Hark the herald angels sing, angels we have heard on high, it came upon the midnight clear… but do we still hear their songs today? Can we still hear their message

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All Things – November 2019

Posted by Matt Bauer on October 28, 2019  /   Posted in Podcast Series

In a month often dedicated to practicing gratitude and showing our thanksgiving for the many blessings in our lives, we remember the words of scripture teaching us to give thanks in all circumstances. Why are we called to do that? What does that really mean? And is that even possible? As we recognize that we

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Consider the Birds – October 2019

Posted by Matt Bauer on October 07, 2019  /   Posted in Podcast Series

We live in uncertain times. The future is always uncertain, so it is easy to worry over what tomorrow will bring, fear the unknown, and doubt God’s provision through it all. How can we learn to trust God’s promises, power, and protection? How can we trust God to provide all that we need in this

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Second Nature – September 2019

Posted by Matt Bauer on September 03, 2019  /   Posted in Podcast Series

New seasons give way to opportunities to develop new habits. In our fast-paced, chaotic, anxious world, how are we developing good, spiritual habits? In the midst of others’ expectations, how can we find peace in God’s presence? We all have habits, rhythms and practices that structure our lives in certain ways. But are they good

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Summer Drive-In – Summer 2019

Posted by Matt Bauer on July 22, 2019  /   Posted in Podcast Series

Did you ever notice how the stories we tell all in some way reflect the gospel? Whether it’s about good versus evil, or discovering your hidden beauty, sacrificing for the sake of love, or even the classic underdog story where the poor, the meek, and the lowly claim victory in the end… the reason these stories

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