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Why Do Some Ignore It?

March 18, 2018

Shame can be a tool that motivates us to change, but some people ignore it and become shameless in their behavior. (Jeremiah 6:13-20)

Why Do We Do It?

Speaker: Bruce White
March 11, 2018

Why do we engage in “The Shame & Blame Game”? (Genesis 2:25-3:13)

My Price Tags for People

Speaker: Bruce White
March 04, 2018

Rather than isolate ourselves from unbelievers, Jesus wants us to join Him on on a search and rescue mission for people who are far from God. (Luke 15:1-10)

Who’s in Control?

Speaker: Bruce White
February 25, 2018

Our consumer culture tells us that more money, and more stuff, will make us more happy. More secure. More in control. Is this true…or just an illusion? (Luke 12:13-21)

Persistence Pays Off!

Speaker: Bruce White
February 18, 2018

Jesus invites us to pray about our needs with audacious, shameless persistence. (Luke 11:5-13)

How Do I Approach God?

Speaker: Bruce White
February 11, 2018

When we approach God in prayer, do we focus more on ourselves…or on Him? (Luke 18:9-14)


Speaker: Rob Carney
February 04, 2018

How do we find hope in our disordered world? (Jeremiah 33:14-16)

When God Says ‘No’

Speaker: Bruce White
January 28, 2018

Why does God sometimes say “no” to some of our prayers? (James 4:3; Psalm 66:18-19; Psalm 13:1-2; 2 Corinthians 12:7-10)

Deal with Doubts

Speaker: Bruce White
January 21, 2018

We can’t let doubt keep us from believing that our prayers make a difference. (James 1:5-8, Luke 1:5-18, Mark 9:14-29)

Avoid the Cliffs

Speaker: Bruce White
January 14, 2018

How to prevent ourselves from falling off two “cliffs” that adversely impact our prayers. (James 4:1-3, Mark 14:32-36, Mark 1:40-42)

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Drew Williamson

2 Sermons

Youth & Children’s Minister