Peter

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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Gaga for Gamaliel?

A Sermon Based on Acts 5:29-40 for Ascension Day

Life seems to be full of waiting rooms. Places where you have little control. Places where you exert little influence. Places where people more important and more influential like Gamaliel seem to be in charge. Those kind of places. That's what Christian life can look like. Today Luke shows us what Christian life really is. Check out this powerful sermon on the importance of Jesus' Ascension.

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Unbordered

The Fifth Sermon in a Sermon Series Called ACT II based on Acts 10:34-43

The church is always threatened by divisions—race, income, gender, age, etc. God’s powerful words opened Peter’s mind to the bigness of God’s Church. Could God bring rich and poor, male and female, black and white, young and old into one community of faith today? This message is our prayer that God would do today what he did back then. It’s God’s ACT II. He has a heart to reach the world and give them faith in Jesus – a world full of difference and diversity. 

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