The Lord Will Fight For You — Uncluttered, Part 4

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This week, we’ll talk about something that’s never been easy, but it is increasingly rare in our society: forgiveness. Why is it a discipline, and how can we practice it? Pastor Luke preaches from Luke 18:1–8 in “The Lord Will Fight For You,” part 4 of his 7-part series “Uncluttered.”

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Relinquish — Uncluttered, Part 3

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This week, we’ll talk about something that’s never been easy, but it is increasingly rare in our society: forgiveness. Why is it a discipline, and how can we practice it? Pastor Luke looks at Ephesians 4:30–5:2 in “Relinquish,” part 3 of his 7-part series “Uncluttered.”

Note: The saying about “taking poison…and waiting for someone else to die” is attributed to Hans Wilhelm. The saying about “abandoning hope” may be originally by Don Felt.

Uncluttered, Part One

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Being a disciple means trusting Jesus enough to put his teaching into practice. But when you’re stressed out and have too much going on, taking on a new project doesn’t seem wise—even if Jesus recommends it. But what if Jesus already knows that? Pastor Luke preaches from Mark 2:23–28 in “Uncluttered,” the first message in a new series “Uncluttered.”

Now Go — New Year’s, 2019

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People often begin a new year by making resolutions. We might finally kick a bad habit, say, or to tackle some project or take on a responsibility. How can people of faith make that kind of change in their lives? What guidance does our faith give us? What help is it? Pastor Luke looks at Exodus 3:7–12 in “Now Go.”

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