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August 28th 2016 - Summer worship schedule, services are: 9am and 10:45am. Join us as Pastor Stan Ott preaches from scripture Luke 24:13-35.

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The Master’s Plan with Pastor Glenda Simpkins Hoffman

I have a confession to make... I’m an Olympic junkie. I love watching and I am inspired by all the incredible feats of these athletes. These Olympic moments are fun to watch, but what we don’t see is the way these athletes arranged their lives to get to where they are.

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Friends with God with Pastor Pete James

Remember Woody from Toy Story? What a great character, and the movie starts out with that catchy song by Randy Newman, remember? "You've got a friend in me, You've got a friend in me, When the road looks rough ahead, And you're miles and miles, From your nice warm bed, You just remember what your old pal said, Boy, you've got a friend in me." You're gonna be singing that all day long!

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Farmer God with Pete James

As Jesus and his disciples walked the Judean hillside, undoubtedly they passed row after row of grapevines. Grapevines were a common sight in Jesus’ day.... Jesus never passed up a teaching opportunity when a natural object lesson presented itself. As Jesus passed by a field of grapevines, he said to his disciples, “I am the vine and my Father is the vinedresser” (15:1). The metaphor is rather straightforward. Jesus is the vine. The Father is the vinedresser. We are its branches. The key to John 15 is this little word “remain” that is found throughout this passage.

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Heart of Worship with Pastor Pete James

A Danish philosopher-theologian, named Soren Kierke-gaard, wrote an article in 1847 about the role of a congregation in worship. He challenged this notion of the preacher as the actor and the congregation as the audience...

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Signature Sins with Pastor Pete James

Judgment, good or bad? Is it okay to pass judgment on others? Jesus says "Why do you look at the small piece of wood in your brother’s eye, and do not see the big piece of wood in your own eye?" So how are we supposed to discern right from wrong? Watch Pastor Pete teach on Matthew 7:1-5.

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Light & Love; Light & Life with Pastor Stan Ott

Our theme all week has been Jesus the light of the world. He is our light no matter how dark our darkness may seem to be. And there are all kinds of darkness in our lives. There is the darkness in our country that we have seen in Charleston, Orlando, Dallas, many places and now in Nice, France.

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Hear, Love and Do! with Pastor Stan Ott

The last week has been a challenging one for our country with some moments of great darkness and great light in Dallas and in other places. We are in a turbulent time in which we know we need a major spiritual renewal.

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Stop It with Pastor Glenda Simpkins Hoffman

We live in an interesting time in history There is more to know, more to do, more to have but seemingly less time to enjoy life as we envision it. How do we get away from the constant pressure of more to do than we have time to do, the exhaustion that results from our endless busyness, and the lack of joy that results from trying to manage all the details of our lives and maintain some sense of control?

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Re-Center with Pastor Stan Ott

So this morning we will be thinking about the spiritual practice of silence and solitude. Its clear Jesus spend time in silence and solitude as a way of unplugging from the noise and hassle of daily life, as a way to connect with God his father and as a way to rest, to renew his own body and soul.

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Treasure Hunt with Pastor Pete James

Clothes wear out and go out of style. I invested lots of money in wide ties. Who determined that ties now need to be skinny? Cars rust and break down. Our investments ebb and flow with the market. The ephemeral quality of earthly treasures is a recurring theme in Scripture. Earthly treasures are strictly temporal.

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