Pontiff — Long Live the Reformation, Part 2

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Who can speak to God? We believe that God listens to our prayers … or do we? Are there prayers that God won’t listen to, or won’t answer? Can we make sure that God will listen, by having someone holier than us speak on our behalf? Pastor Luke teaches from Hebrews 4:14–16 in “Pontiff,” part 2 of his 5-part series “Long Live the Reformation.”


Matchmaker — Prayers, Part 1

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Matchmaker — Part 1 of “Prayers”

The book of Genesis records the prayer of an anonymous man who journed to a distant land in search of a wife. What can we learn about prayer from his example? How can we put what we learn into practice? Pastor Luke preaches from Genesis 24 in “Matchmaker,” the first message in a new series “Prayers.”

Series: Prayers

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How’s your prayer life? Could it be better? Maybe a lot better? What might it look like to have a better, richer, fuller prayer life? In this series, we look at some Biblical examples of people who prayed. We’ll look at what they prayed about and what happened because of it, but we’ll also try to put their example into practice in our own lives. (The series begins on September 7, 2014 and runs for 6 messages.)

New Wine – Part 3 of “Notorious”

Have you ever felt that your spiritual life didn’t measure up to other people’s? Some people can pray for hours, or fast for days. Does God favor people like that? Would we be blessed if we fasted and prayed more? Some people asked Jesus that question one day. His answer might surprise you. Pastor Luke looks at Matthew 9 in “New Wine,” part 3 of his 6-part series “Notorious.”

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