Life after Easter

(Un)Moved

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(Un)Moved

(A Sermon Based on 1 Cor. 15:50-58)

There’s a powerful image in this verse of an immovable person. You can just see it. There is this person Paul describes who stands their ground while hurricane level winds attempt to pry them loose from their secure position. There is, however, a great Christian irony that often comes attached to that image. This sermon examines that irony and seeks to leave the listener standing firmer than ever before.

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Imagination Unbound

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Imagination Unbound

(A Sermon Based on 1 Corinthians 15:35-49)

We often live with minds that do not grasp just how big and creative and powerful God is. This failure of imagination leaves our hopes for God and his work low. The solution? Look around; look up; and look at Christ. We need only look at what God has done to get a good grasp on what God will do for us. Listen in and have your imagination unbound to God’s future work for you!

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The Inspired Life

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The Inspired Life

(A Sermon Based on 1 Corinthians 15:20-34)

Christians want to live inspired lives, but we often don’t. We often slip into lives that fret over the details; that have hopes that are too brittle; and dreams that are too small. Paul inspires us here to live inspirational lives by looking forward to more than we ever have before. This is our new life after Easter.

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Death to the Death in Your Thinking

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Death to the Death in Your Thinking

(A Sermon Based on 1 Cor. 15:12-19)

There are far more non-sequiturs that happen than we know. Some are comical. Others are serious. Still others often happen unnoticed right there inside us. This is a sermon that seeks to undo the most fundamental non sequitur that regularly lives inside of Christians: the belief in death. Listen in to hope more deeply in life after Easter.

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Grace is More

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Grace is More

(A Sermon Based on 1 Cor. 15:8-11)

Ten times Paul refers to himself in this tiny section of Scripture! Don’t think it’s because it’s narcissistic. He’s not. Paul wants us to do something more than hear what he’s saying. He wants us to see what he’s saying. And why does he want that? Because naturally, we fight what we most need: grace. Grace fights back and claims our hearts. Listen in!

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Easter is for All

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Easter is for All

(A Sermon Based on 1 Cor. 15:1-8)

Who is Easter for? We could say that Easter is for Peter. We could say that Easter is for James. Most of all, however, we could say that Easter is for all. This sermon is designed to help each person listening to think through what Easter means for them individually wherever they are at in life.

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