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In the last installment of this sermon series that included Commitment to Mission, Commitment to Giving, and Commitment to Inviting, Pastor Alexander Whitfield explores our commitment to spiritual growth.

For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart. – Hebrews 4:12

Scripture to consider:

Hebrews 4:8-13
Matthew 13:1-16
Psalm 33:1-11

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Pastor Alexander Whitfield discusses finding joy in the Lord and sharing that joy with others.

“Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!” – Philippians 4:4

Pastor Whitfield Pointing Out Problems

Often we are bogged down in our problems, even coming to church with them loading us down. Sometimes those problems are so thick, we can’t see through them or others can’t see through them to see us. Pastor Whitfield shares that Christ bore our problems for us and that nothing is insurmountable through Him. That through the blood and sacrifice of Jesus, we are saved. And, for that, we are to rejoice and share the good news!

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Pastor Alexander Whitfield continues our sermon series on commitment. This week’s focus is on stewardship.

“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” – Matthew 6:21.

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Pastor Whitfield begins a new sermon series on commitment. This week’s focus: Mission.

What is it that God would want us to do? For Hope, we want to bring people the opportunity to hear the true Gospel.

Consider John 17:20-23, Acts 2:42-47, and Exodus 3:2-4

“When the Lord saw that he had gone over to look, God called to him from within the bush, ‘Moses! Moses!’

And Moses said, ‘Here I am.'” – Exodus 3:4

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Chaplain Ryan Rupe delivers the sermon for Epiphany and describes how the Gospel of Matthew tells the story of how the mighty become weak and how a child born on the outside is truly the most powerful and found on a cross.

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Pastor Michael Cofer asks us to leave aside our regrets and look to God for His will and direction in the new year.

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Pastor Whitfield delivers the Christmas Eve sermon.

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Pastor Whitfield delivers the sermon for the 3rd Sunday in Advent. How is your spiritual reception? Are you “in tune” with God?

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Pastor Whitfield delivers the sermon for the Second Sunday in Advent: “Expecting Jesus: Making Time.”

There is plenty in this world that competes for our time, but if we allow those things to consume our lives, are we leaving time for what matters?

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Pastor Michael Cofer begins our Advent sermon series, “Expecting Jesus.”

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