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Guilt

August 9, 2020
Guilt is to our spirit what pain is to our body. Guilt is a signal that we have acted against our personal values. In this sermon, Dr. Mark Foster looks at the role guilt plays in our lives and how we can keep guilt from getting the best of us.
God’s acceptance doesn’t come from the condition of our hearts, but the condition of our hearts does determine our openness to God’s work in our lives. In this sermon, Dr. Mark Foster shares what Jesus says about our hearts and what is most important to God.
Cancel culture isn't something new to our society today, and it isn't something that the church has been immune from. From the earliest days of the church, we have struggled…
The leadership of the church in Acts 13 was a multicultural, multi-ethnic, and economically diverse group that models what is possible when God's people come together. In this sermon, Dr. Mark Foster and Dr. Victor McCullough explore how we can achieve that unity and diversity in a divided society.
In 15 years, the church of Jesus Christ grew from a small sect in Jerusalem to a group of thousands in Samaria, along the Mediterranean seacoast, and into modern Syria and Turkey. In another 15 years, it would spread all the way to Rome, the capital of the empire. Dr. Mark Foster tells the story of how the church grew and spread, even in the face of challenges and persecution.
When we do what's right, we expect to be applauded, but sometimes we're criticized. Yet when we persevere in doing good, God works through us to unite people so there's…
We all grow up with assumptions about which people are "our people," but God moves us beyond those assumptions. In Acts 10, Peter finds himself in the 'wrong' neighborhood with the 'wrong' people, and the Holy Spirit comes to a Roman centurion and his family. In one of the great turning points in the history of the church, people who were enemies become family. Today, the Holy Spirit still invites us to broaden our circles of welcome.
True fellowship shares much more than common beliefs or core values. It involves time together and shared meals in homes, and it reflects heaven on earth. The early followers of…
After all the disruptions of recent weeks, now is the time to remember who the church really is. We are much more than people who gather in a building once a week. We are the people of God on mission with Jesus and empowered by the Holy Spirit. In this message, Dr. Mark Foster shares about the birth of the church and what it means for us today.
Even in Jesus' day, racism was an issue. Jesus' teaching challenged his hearers to go beyond loving people who were easy for them to love. He taught them even to love their enemies—like Samaritans. And when we love God and love neighbor, unity happens.
When we go through events like a global pandemic, we desperately want things to be different than they are. Yet if we don’t learn to take life as it comes, we will always be waiting for our real lives to begin, and God’s desires for the world through us will go unrealized. In the stories of the Babylonian Exile and the early church, the Bible teaches us how to take life as it comes so that we can experience the abundant life that Jesus offers to all.
In the midst of a global pandemic, problems abound, and we often want out of those problems as quickly as possible. But God is not as concerned about getting us out of problems as in getting us through them. Problems bring us to the end of ourselves, and they teach us to rely on God, who uses those problems to help us grow. While it's uncomfortable, when life is disrupted, we can learn to embrace problems as gifts.

Own Your Stuff

May 17, 2020
Blame feels good at first, but ruins us over time. It keeps us stuck in shame. But when we learn to own our stuff, Jesus helps us create a new life of freedom and joy.
If we don't leave our baggage behind, our past will become our present. But baggage we carry around does not go away until we deal with it. In week 4 of the Disrupted sermon series, Dr. Mark Foster shares how acknowledging, grieving, and forgiving can set us free to enjoy the freedom God has for us.

Seek Wisdom

May 3, 2020
When we don't know what to do, we need wisdom—skill and knowledge applied to living. The Bible promises that if we lack knowledge, we can ask God. And Jesus promises that if we seek, we will find him.

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