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The Sanchez Family

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Josh and Allison Sanchez never could have anticipated what happened that night. A simple visit to the urgent care for their youngest son, Brady, turned into a long string of hospital visits, blood tests, and massive medical bills. Josh and Allison were told that the seemingly common viruses their young son had dealt with the past couple months were suppressing his body&rs...

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The Church, Culture & Rights | 1 Corinthians 9:1-27

(1) Pastors Have The Right To Live A Normal Life What exactly does it mean for a pastor to live a normal life? Paul answers that question from three angles – logic, Scripture, Jesus. This says something—it says that this is really important, and that he doesn’t want us to miss this. (1) What LOGIC says about a normal life for a pastor: Paul asks a se...

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The Church, Culture & Marriage And Singleness

The Church, Culture, & Marriage and Singleness | 1 Corinthians 7:1-40 Have you ever noticed that we can tend to over-spiritualize certain things? One of the things we can tend to over-spiritualize the most in Christian circles is marriage and singleness. Maybe you’ve been part of a church where being married, and especially being married and having kids, f...

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The Church, Culture, & Sex: 1 Corinthians 5:1-13; 6:12-20

In a 2014 study conducted by ChristianMingle.com, Christian singles between the ages of 18 to 59 were asked, "Would you have sex before marriage?" 63% of the single Christian respondents said ‘yes’. What this survey, and others like it tell us, is that we have a kind of “sexual atheism” that is beginning to pervade the Church. Men and women alike ...

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The Church, Culture, & Conflict: 1 Corinthians 6:1-11 (Pastor Dave Kraft)

Imagine what it could look like in your world if you and other Christians dealt with conflict in healthy, biblical ways as we are all led & empowered by God. This section of scripture is not about lawsuits per se, but how to resolve conflicts. There are healthy ways to settle disputes, disagreements & conflicts among Christians; filing lawsuits is not one of them....

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The Church, Culture & Leadership

This morning, as we continue our series Church & Culture and talk about The Church, Culture & Leadership, I thought it would be interesting to ask this question: Is the term “servant leadership” an oxymoron?” The Corinthian Christians have lived under largely selfish, self-seeking leadership models in their culture, and despite what they saw in P...

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The Church, Culture & Wisdom 1 Corinthians 2:6-16

Have you ever had the opportunity to get some kind of inside knowledge about something ….. OR ….. had some kind of inside experience? One of the deepest human desires is the desire to be on the inside—the desire to be in the know, to know something that other people don’t know. C.S. Lewis called this “The Inner Ring.” In reference to...

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The Church, Culture, and the Cross: 1 Corinthians 1:18-2:5

Question: If you could give God one piece of corrective wisdom, what would it be? This is our tendency: to assume that we have a similar kind of wisdom as God and begin to question His wisdom on things when we don’t seem to think things are working. This is where the Corinthian Christians are. They’ve been questioning God and His wisdom by rhetorically asking...

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The Church Called Out of and Into Culture: 1 Cor. 1:1-9

We started a new sermon series this week: The Church & Culture...

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Material Partnership

This past Sunday we talked about what it means to be a material partner at the Village. Here, the Ayers family shares about how God provided for them through their church family....

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