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Calculated or Contingent
Was the cross God’s calculated plan or was it a last ditch contingency – God’s plan B because plan A didn’t work out? If it really was his plan all along, what does that tell us about God?
Fact or Fiction
Did the crucifixion really happen the way Matthew, Mark, Luke and John say it did? Because if it didn’t, nothing else really matters. But if it did, nothing is ever going to be the same.
Crucifying Shame
Shame, even if it isn’t yours, makes you want to run away and hide. Is there anything that can do that to shame?
Keeping the Peace
In one three-chapter section of Luke’s gospel, Jesus encounters criticism, rejection, sickness, death, demonic possession, raging storms and overwhelming human need. Through it all, he maintains an uncanny level of equilibrium. How did he keep his peace when everything around him seemed to be coming undone?
Mission Team Update + The Secret of Joy
In one of his final prayers before the crucifixion, Jesus prayed that you and I would have the full measure of his joy, (John 17:13). Do you want that prayer to come true in your life? It can. If you know the secret of joy.
I Feel Your Pain
Kindness is driven by compassion. So what drives our ability to feel and care about the suffering of others? We need to know that because sometimes we become compassion fatigued. There’s a story in Mark 1 that might help show us the answer.
Good Grief
Grief is to our emotions what those Caribbean resorts are to vacations – all inclusive. When we grieve we feel all the emotions – anger, sadness, sorrow, fear, loneliness -- everything. Does Jesus get it? Oh, yes.
Baby Day 2020 / Fear Less
Tornadoes, snakes and scary Russians. This sermon on fear and anxiety has it all.

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