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When we see the other side as the enemy, everyone loses. When we learn instead to recognize that everyone has something to give, we can begin to grow toward a more perfect union, with liberty and justice for all.
The early church was compelling not because of what they believed, but how they behaved. In a chaotic culture of division, the first Christians were a peaceful presence who welcomed all, loved authentically, and let their light shine. Let’s do that again.
While disagreement is inevitable, division is a choice. When we choose to carry one another’s burdens instead of demonizing one another, what divides us fades, and we realize that we can disagree politically while loving unconditionally.

Enemy #1

October 30, 2022
The church’s greatest enemy is not a political party. It’s division. Instead of choosing one side over the other, we stand with Jesus in the messy middle because we can form a more perfect union by working together.
What happens to us when we die? Pastor Mark explores that question as we conclude this series with last line of the Apostles’ Creed: “I believe in the resurrection of the body and the life everlasting.”
As humans, we all mess up—in our families, at work, and in our relationship with God. When we do, we need forgiveness. Forgiving isn't easy, but without it, we can't have real or meaningful relationships. Thankfully, Jesus shows us the way.
The church is not a building or an institution, but the called out people of God and an unending family of love and support. In this week’s sermon, Pastor Mark shares what it means to say we believe in “the holy catholic church” and “the communion of saints.”
What does it mean to believe in the Holy Spirit? In this sermon Dr. Robert Gorrell shares the real and practical ways we can be led by the Holy Spirit.
The Apostles’ Creed declares that Jesus was “conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried.” But what does that actually mean? In part 3 of the We Believe sermon series, we explore how these truths make a difference in our lives today.
When Christians call Jesus Christ our Lord, it's not just an empty title. It's a radical statement that means Jesus is our supreme ruler and that no one and no thing can challenge or rival his authority in our lives. In week 2 of We Believe, Pastor Mark shares how this statement can change our lives.

God

September 11, 2022
What does it mean to believe? In week one of our sermon series, “We Believe: What Christians Believe and Why” we look at some of the earliest Christian statements of belief and how they came to be. We start with “I believe in God the Father Almighty.”
Jesus came to set us free, and in Galatians 6, we find an outline of specific ways we can live into our new freedom that Jesus brought and now shares with us by the power of the Holy Spirit.
When anxiety is high, it’s hard to know what to do next. Galatians 5 teaches how to live in anxious and divisive times in a way that is unified, guided by the Holy Spirit, and full of love, joy, and peace.
When it comes to get faith, what really matters? It’s easy to get caught up in rules and requirements, but when it comes to your salvation, it’s Jesus Plus Nothing.
What is the story you tell about yourself? Our stories define our identities, and when we find ourselves in Jesus’ story, we realize there is much more to the world than we previously believed.
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