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Pastor Trey Hildebrant. Exploring the book of Hosea gives us amazing insight on the Gospel and God’s grace! Every time we choose sin over obedience to the Lord, we are hurting the most important relationship we could ever have.  When this happens, Jesus is always right there, ready to take us back. 

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Pastor Aaron Bennett. How many times have you walked past someone in need and felt their burdens? Have you ever felt no compassion for them? In this message you learn that compassion is not something you can make yourself feel, but something that Jesus will work in you.


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Pastor Aaron Bennett. Have you ever felt ignored or abandoned? It doesn’t feel too great does it? As Christians we are not called to ignore people, but to acknowledge them; we are called to love them.

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Christ Has Come

We all know the Christmas story. Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, the Shepherds, the star, etc. But what if there's more to the story than we thought? In part one of this two week Christmas series, special guest speaker Josh Martin explains the magnitude of Christmas and what it means for eternity.

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Christ Has Come

We all know the Christmas story.  Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, the Shepherds, the star, etc.  But what if there's more to the story than we thought?  In part one of this two week Christmas series, special guest speaker Josh Martin explains the magnitude of Christmas and what it means for eternity.

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Revenge is something we all deal with from time to time. Sometimes we are on the giving end, and other times we are on the receiving end. It's a vicious cycle focused on righting wrongs. But how effective is it really? What if there was a better way? David knew all about revenge. Saul was seeking revenge against him.  However, there came a moment in David's life when he had a choice to make. In this sixth message from the King David series, special guest speaker Trey Hildebrant walks us through the difference between revenge and mercy and explains the benefits of choosing mercy.

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David and Goliath.  We all know the story.  David, the underdog defeating the Giant, Goliath.  But what David wasn't really the underdog.  Goliath's primary weapon was fear.  David had something greater than fear.  David had faith.  David had God on his side.  Our enemy is much like Goliath.  However, through Jesus we have victory over fear and don't have to continue to live in the shadows.  In this third message from the King David series, we look at what the story of David and Goliath really means as well as what it means for us. 

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Life is full of beginnings and endings. Doors open and doors close. The same was true in the lives of David and Saul. Saul's continual "game-playing" with God ultimately led to his tragic end. David on the other hand was honest before God. In this second message from the King David series, we look at how Saul's tragic ending was David's new beginning and learn the difference between playing games with God and being a man or woman after God's own heart.

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Murderer, rapist, liar, man after God’s own heart? These are all things King David was guilty of being. However, as you are probably thinking, how can the last one be true if the first three are? David was not perfect. David was dependent on God’s grace. David’s lifestyle was explicit, but so was his dependence on God. In this first message from our King David series we look at the life of King David and how God was able to call him a man after His own heart.

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What the heck is love? This message is not about love in a romantic sense, but rather the love of God. Love the way God intends for it to be is the intentional purposeful will to commit to put others’ desires and wants before our own. In this message, special guest speaker Josh Martin walks us through what the love of God looks like in the church, and explains why it is so crucial.

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