Sermons

AUDIO SERMONS

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Anxiety and our Health

Sermon by Trevor Campbell. In this fascinating lesson, we learn the effects that anxiety has on both our physical and spiritual health and how to properly respond to the state of stress.

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Jesus and the Fig Tree

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. This lesson explores the context surrounding Jesus cursing a fig tree in Matthew 21 and identifies the deeper purposes behind the startling event.

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Are we too Narrow?

Sermon by Norman Sewell. This lesson comes from Matthew 7:13-14 and discusses what is and what isn't too narrow, too strict. Pulling in a number of examples from the scriptures, where God stands on the matter becomes even clearer.

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Blessings for a Cursed People: The Seed Promise

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. This is the third and final lesson of this series. The 3 blessings that God promised to Abraham are God's direct answer to the curses that came from the sin in the Garden of Eden and point to our redemption in Christ.

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Blessings for a Cursed People: A Great Nation

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. This is the second of three lessons concerning how the three promises that God gives to Abraham are God's response to the curse of sin which began in the Garden of Eden and ultimately fulfilled in Christ.

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Called Into Fellowship

Sermon by Norman Sewell. 1 Corinthians 1:4-9 teaches us that God calls us into fellowship. This sermon explains how we are called by God, what we have been called to, and how this applies to our lives.

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Blessings for a Cursed People: The Land Promise

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. The 3 blessings that God promised to Abraham in Genesis 12 were God's direct response to the curses that came from Adam and Eve's sin in the Garden of Eden. Further, these blessings given to Abraham point directly to what Christ would accomplish for all men under the curse of sin.

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The King of Kings

Sermon by Trevor Campbell. This lesson explores how Jesus is the King of kings, what that has meant in ages past, and what that means for us today.

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Finding Rest – Matthew 11:28-30

Sermon by Tanner Campbell. If Jesus' great invitation at the end of Matthew 11 could be likened to a beautiful solo, then the rest of the chapter is the symphony. This lesson considers the details of the context leading to Jesus' great invitation, then analyzes the true meaning of "Come to me, all you who labor and heavy laden, and I will give you rest."