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The strangest Bible book for the strangest time of our lives Hey, friends! We are about to embark on a walk through the strangest book of the Bible, for this strangest time of our lives. The only time I have preached from Ecclesiastes in 29 years as a pastor is from one brief passage out…

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I wonder how much you remember about Lewis & Clark from your school days? Commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson to find water passage to the Pacific, fifteen months of hard travel brought them to a tiny trickle of water that was the start of the great Missouri River—and the turning point of their mission. Their…

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Ephesians 3:14-21 Erin picked up a bottle from the grocery store shelf and read, “Blueberry Pomegranate, 100 percent juice, all natural.” The label displayed the image of a ripe pomegranate spilling its glistening seeds onto mounds of plump, perfect blueberries. Then she turned to the ingredients list. By law, food ingredients are listed in descending…

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Welcome to our study of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. Before we jump into this week’s passage, let’s take a step back to consider why we take the time to revisit these ancient documents, to unpack them and apply them to ourselves today. We’ll get there by way of a scene written by Oxford math…

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Luke 15:1 to 32 Harold and Tina Ehrenberg were cleaning up before family arrived for Thanksgiving dinner this week, when Tina came across some old lottery tickets on a nightstand—one of them a winning ticket worth $1.8 million. Although they didn’t know it at the time, the ticket was due to expire in just two…

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Guest Paster Steven Alvarado Ken to Insert Blurb Here———————->   Click the player below to hear the audio presentation…

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