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Sermons on Knowing God

A Life Of Service & Submission

A Life Of Service & Submission — Chris opens the Daniel series with a discussion about the historical context of the book of Daniel and an examination of chapter 1. What can we learn from Daniel’s heart during the beginning of his captivity?  From this chapter we see that: Daniel had a PURPOSE Daniel was…

Psalm 91: Our Needs

Psalm 91 – Part 2: Our Needs — Psalm 91 is first and foremost an invitation to intimacy with God. It’s easy for fears and needs to drive a wedge between us and the Father, because they tend to create anxiety when not met. We have to protect the beauty of intimacy with the Father,…

Psalm 91: God’s Heart

Psalm 91: God’s Heart — Psalm 91 is first and foremost an invitation to intimacy with God. Satan himself misquoted/abused Psalm 91, to manipulate Jesus away from intamacy with the Father and toward legalistic thinking. Why should we expect any different experience? The promises of Psalm 91 come from God’s heart, they are often eternally…

Abiding in Christ at Home

Abiding in Christ at Home — The Most Epic  New Testament challenge found in Ephesians 5 is unpacked in a discussion about marriage and family. God has a humongous heart for marriage and family, and expects our encounters in His presence to make a noticeable impact on the way we interact with our spouse, parents,…

For Better or for Worse

Chris Burger leads the discussion from Ephesians regarding God’s heart for marriage. This includes the way individuals submit themselves to their mates and give each other love and respect out of reverence for God.

Who’s Really Missing Out? – Part 2

Who’s Really Missing Out?  — Each of us has a measure of grace that allows us to accomplish the great things God wants to do though us, as described within the Ephesians 3:16-20 prayer. However, we are to carefully determine what pleases the Lord, because that IS our primary purpose and means to fellowship with…

Who’s Really Missing Out?

Who’s Really Missing Out? — Each of us has a measure of grace that allows us to accomplish the great things God wants to do though us, as described within the Ephesians 3:16-20 prayer. However, we are to carefully determine what pleases the Lord, because that IS our primary purpose and means to fellowship with…