Mar 15, 2020
Nothing But the Truth
Exodus 20:16 In this sermon, we discover God values the truth and so we should speak the truth.  We talk about what it means to bear false witness and to speak the truth in love.  We consider exceptions when we might be justified in speaking falsely.  And we talk about how Jesus is the Truth and how He came to rescue us from deception so that we might testify to the Truth. 
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  • Mar 15, 2020Nothing But the Truth
    Mar 15, 2020
    Nothing But the Truth
    Exodus 20:16 In this sermon, we discover God values the truth and so we should speak the truth.  We talk about what it means to bear false witness and to speak the truth in love.  We consider exceptions when we might be justified in speaking falsely.  And we talk about how Jesus is the Truth and how He came to rescue us from deception so that we might testify to the Truth. 
  • Mar 8, 2020A Theology of Stuff
    Mar 8, 2020
    A Theology of Stuff
    Exodus 20:15
    In this sermon we look at the 8th command: you shall not steal.  We discover from Ephesians 4:28 a progression of the heart that is necessary for obeying this command.  We are called to not steal, do good work, and give to others.  
  • Mar 1, 2020Excitement
    Mar 1, 2020
    Excitement
    Series: Misc
    Luke 10:17-20
  • Feb 23, 2020No Adultery!
    Feb 23, 2020
    No Adultery!
     
    In this sermon we begin by looking at the biblical picture of marriage.  This command to not commit adultery reveals God values the covenant relationship between a husband and a wife.  We also discover the distorted view of marriage that exists because of sin.  Finally, we talk about the big picture and how marriage ultimately points us to the gospel.
  • Feb 16, 2020No Murder!
    Feb 16, 2020
    No Murder!
     
    In this sermon, we focus on the 6th commandment, which prohibits murder.  We talk about what this means and what this excludes such as capital punishment, war, and self-defense.  We talk about special issues related to this command such as suicide, abortion, and euthanasia.  We also consider how this commandment relates to Jesus and the gospel.