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This week: The Amazing Story of Grace. Grace is utterly undeserved, impossible to buy, and based upon the love of another. 

Next week: God so loved the world: Salvation

Next week's readings: Numbers 21:1-9; John 3:1-15; Psalms 33; 68; Isaiah 12; 55; Luke 15:1-10; Acts 10; Romans 5:6-21; Hebrews 2

The Nicene Creed

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Pastor Dan begins a series of messages using The Sermon on the Mount as the foundational statement of Christ's expectations for His disciples. 

Matthew 4:23 - 5:2

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This week we talk in depth about the true nature of sin. 

Next week: The Amazing Story of Grace

Next week's readings: Judges 2:10-19; 2 Kings 20; Job 42; Psalm 136; Isaiah 35; Hosea 1- 2; Luke 15; Romans 5; 1 Corinthians 15:1-11; Ephesians 1:1-14

The Nicene Creed

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A Labor Day weedend message about labor "as for the Lord"

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This week's lesson covers the nature of humanity. Chiefly, the unique image of God. 

Next week: The Trouble We're In - Sin

Next week's readings: Genesis 2:15=17; 3:1-9; Leviticus 6:24-30; Ezekiel 18; Psalms 32;51:1-17; Matthew 5:21-30; Romans 3:1-20; 1 John 3:4-10

The Nicene Creed

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Our short sermon series on Wesley’s “Three Simple Rules” concludes this week with, “Stay in Love with God.” Husbands and wives who’ve been together for many years will tell you that a healthy marriage requires plenty of work. Young people who are deeply infatuated with their lovers will argue that if you must work at it, it’s not love. Similarly, some will argue that a relationship with God requires hard work, while others disagree. What do you think?

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In this week's lesson we observe the true meaning of covenant with God. We see that God's covenant is built upon loving grace. 

Next week: Created in God's Image

Readings: Genesis 1:26-2:7; Job 6-7; Psalm 8; Ecclesiatstes 1; Romans 1:16-2:16; 1 Corinthians 15:35-57; Ephesians 2:1-10

The Nicene Creed

Do Good

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If we were to observe the radical lifestyle changes described in doing no harm we’d be easily recognized as persons of unusual character. Now, we have the call to “do good.” Which begs the question, “What is good?”

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This week's lesson delves into the way God involves God's self in creation. We consider the nature of God's provision and how God provides even when we are not aware. 

Next week's lession: Covenant-Maker

Please read the following scriptures: Genesis6:11-22; 8; Genesis 12:1-9; 13; Exodus 34:1-14; Deuteronomy 5:1-7:11; Psalm 89; Jeremiah 31:31-37; 1 Corinthians 11:17-26; Hebrews 8-9

The Nicene Creed

Do No Harm

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To help new Christians with practical applications of their faith, John Wesley gave the "General Rules" that eventually were distilled into "Three Simple Rules" – “Do No Harm, Do Good, Stay in Love with God.” These rules gave new meaning to their lives and change entire communities, even a nation. Living in a new way, becoming a new creation is risky business. It requires sacrifice – the willingness to undergo a radical transformation – it requires creating a way through the wilderness where there was no way before. Listen as Pastor Dan describes the implications for modern Christians. 

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