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Follow: Uncommon (Mark 7) June 16, 2013 – Sunday Morning Message

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This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Follow Last summer a father in Memphis was forgotten by his family.[1]  News Channel 5 carried the story.  The father’s family was traveling from Texas when they stopped at a Memphis gas station.  They were going fill up with gas and switch drivers.  The father […]

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Follow: When Are You? (Mark 2) May 12, 2013 – Sunday Morning Message

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This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Follow An American friend of mine named Dale served as a missionary for twelve years in Australia.  I know Dale to be a sensitive and intelligent minister.  Thus, I have no doubt that he took great steps to understand Australian culture and to avoid saying […]

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Toxic: The Poison of Inactivity (Jas. 1:19-27) Chris Altrock, April 29, Sunday Morning Message

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This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Toxic George Zimmerman shoots down Treyvon Martin.  Regardless of your take on the shooting, it’s a tragic situation.  It points to the brokenness of our world.  Syrian forces pillage villages and execute hundreds of their own citizens.  Rarely have we seen such suffering in our […]

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Toxic: The Poison of Partiality (Jas. 2:1-13)

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This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Toxic The late Max Cadenhead once shared a confession at the beginning of a sermon:[i] “My message today is on the parable of the Good Samaritan.  Let me start with an illustration.  Remember last year when the Browns came forward to join the church?“  Everyone […]

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