The Road Out — Part 1

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Have you ever wanted to get out of a bad place but didn’t know when or if you’d be able to leave? We’re starting a new series of messages about the time when God’s people found the Road Out … the road out of Egypt. Pastor Luke preaches from Exodus 2:23–3:10 in “The Road Out,” the first message in a new series “The Road Out.”

Universal — Easter, 2021

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The account of Easter that Peter tells Cornelius in Acts 10 lacks many of the details we are familiar with from other tellings. Even so, this story may speak most clearly to a modern audience wondering how something that happened 2000 years ago could it means we can trust all his other promises. Pastor Luke looks at Acts 10:34–43 in “Universal.”

Scuttlebutt—Loose Lips, Part 2

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When is it okay to lie? Not in a courtroom, certainly, but how about outside? When is it acceptable to make false statements? Are there circumstances when it’s wrong to tell the truth? These questions can be tricky, but fortunately, there is a simple principle Christians can be guided by. Pastor Luke preaches from Romans 12:9–21 in “Scuttlebutt,” part 2 of his 5-part series “Loose Lips.”

Loose Lips Can Sink Ships—Part 1

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During the season of Lent, we make an effort at repentance, at rethinking things related to God. We are focusing this year on the ten commandments, and particularly on the prohibition against giving false testimony. This might be the commandment most in peril in today’s culture. Why is that? Pastor Luke looks at 1 Kings 21:1–13 in “Loose Lips Can Sink Ships,” the first message in a new series “Loose Lips.”

Perplexity (Transfiguration)

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The Covid-19 pandemic created new puzzles for us to solve, but most people already had plenty of things to be uncertain about, things that made it hard to be decisive. When Jesus was transfigured, his disciples were puzzled about its significance. But they also learned something to help them when life gets perplexing. Pastor Luke looks at Mark 9:2–9 in “Perplexity.”

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