Let It Creak Open

This week we talked about doors. Especially, the ones we find ourselves locked behind- fear, pride, addiction, comparison, anxiety. Because of what Jesus did on the cross, the door has been unlocked. So why is it so hard to walk through sometimes? Jill Britz shared her thoughts. I can’t remember...

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I’d Rather Not, Thanks.

We’ve learned a lot walking through the Art of Neighboring message series….mainly, the BLESS acronym: Begin with prayer. Listen well. Eat together. And this last week, we talked about what it means to Serve. Jill Britz shared her thoughts with us… I’d Rather Not, Thanks. Maybe “serve” isn’t a wrecked...

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Heart, Not House

[Written by Jill Britz] As I listened to Sten’s message about Who Is At Our Table, I thought about what keeps us from opening our doors in the first place.  These words came from there.  “Heart, not house” My couch is outdated, though. And I have a dog.  Some people don’t like...

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Sermon Notes – 11.29.20

“Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. And pray for us, too, that God may open a door for our message, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ, for which I am in chains. Pray that I may proclaim it clearly, as I should. Be wise in...

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Sermon Notes – ONE Wk1

In the final moments before his arrest, and eventual death on a cross, Jesus prayed for US. His one prayer request is that we would experience unity despite our diversity. WHY? Because Jesus knew that if we are ONE, we’ll get the attention of a world that needs to know...

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