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What Does The Bible Say About Heterosexuality?





In the last 20 years, the life of young single adults changed dramatically. At one time it was a virtue to keep your purity. Today it is considered a liability. We live in a hook-up and break-up world where casual sex is the norm. Under so much cultural pressure even the most devout Christian singles find themselves giving in to the sexual pressure. What does the Bible say? How far is too far before the wedding night? Is it up to us to pray about it and decide for ourselves? In this study we will discover why we are sexual and how a single Christians can honor Jesus in their dating.

What Does The Bible Say About Heterosexuality? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
What Does The Bible Say About Heterosexuality? - Manuscript - PDF
What Does The Bible Say About Heterosexuality? - Sermon Handout - PDF
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John 1:35-51 - Compelled to Recommend




The love of Jesus compels us to do some crazy things. It compels us to speak about Jesus to our acquaintances, family, friends, coworkers and neighbors. When we speak of Jesus, thankfully we do not need to prove him. We just need to recommend him and let Jesus prove himself.

John 1:35-51 - Compelled To Recommend - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
John 1:35-51 - Compelled To Recommend - Manuscript - PDF
John 1:35-51 - Compelled To Recommend - Sermon Handout - PDF
John 1:35-51 - Compelled To Recommend - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
John 1:35-51 - Compelled To Recommend - Life Group Work Sheets - PDF
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Luke 5:27-32; 19:1-10 - Compelled To Befriend




The love of Jesus compels us to do some crazy things. The love of Christ compels us to build friendships with people everyone else avoids. In this message we learn Jesus' love for the despised IRS agents that audit our taxes.

Luke 5:27-32; 19:1-10 - Compelled To Befriend - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Luke 5:27-32; 19:1-10 - Compelled To Befriend - Manuscript - PDF
Luke 5:27-32; 19:1-10 - Compelled To Befriend - Sermon Handout - PDF
Luke 5:27-32; 19:1-10 - Compelled To Befriend - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Luke 5:27-32; 19:1-10 - Compelled To Befriend - Life Group Work Sheets - PDF
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Luke 1:39-56 - Mary and Elizabeth - Why Do I Need Christian Friends?





Everything is going on the Internet. We bank on the Internet, take classes on the Internet, shop on the Internet and stay in contact with our friends through social networking. Why not attend church on the Internet? In this Christmas message we learn the pitfalls of Internet church.

Luke 1:39-56 - Mary and Elizabeth - Why Do I Need Christian Friends? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Luke 1:39-56 - Mary and Elizabeth - Why Do I Need Christian Friends? - Manuscript - PDF
Luke 1:39-56 - Mary and Elizabeth - Why Do I Need Christian Friends? - Sermon Handout - PDF
Luke 1:39-56 - Mary and Elizabeth - Why Do I Need Christian Friends? - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
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Ephesians 1:15-23 - How Should I Pray For People I Love?




We all have special people in our life, people we care about with all of our heart. They are our children, our spouse and our life-long friends. How should you pray for them? Is the success of their business their schooling and marriage the most important thing to pray for? In these opening verses of Ephesians, Paul prays for some of his life-long friends. From his prayer, how to pray for those we love.

Ephesians 1:15-23 -- How Should I Pray For People I Love? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Ephesians 1:15-23 -- How Should I Pray For People I Love? - Manuscript - PDF
Ephesians 1:15-23 -- How Should I Pray For People I Love? - Sermon Handout - PDF
Ephesians 1:15-23 -- How Should I Pray For People I Love? - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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FINGERPRINT - Community




At Faith Church, what can you expect? In this series, we cover seven core values that drive the Faith Church experience. We want them felt across all campuses. Our second core value is living as a church of authentic relationships that serve one another. Each of us is created like a Lego. God designed us to be different and he created us to connect to one another. It is only in community that we find that we will mature in Christ and find joy in living for Christ. We are created to serve one another.

FINGERPRINT - Community - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
FINGERPRINT - Community - Manuscript - PDF
FINGERPRINT - Community - Sermon Handout - PDF
FINGERPRINT - Community - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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John 1:35-51 - The Power of My Network



How will the church reach the world? When we look at the people who don't know Jesus, the task feels overwhelming. Did you know God doesn't want you to tell everyone about Jesus? There is only a small group of people most of us are responsible for. Who are they? In this message, we learn who they are and what can happen when we tell them.

John on Jesus - The Power of My Network - Audio - MP3
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John on Jesus - The Power of My Network - Manuscript - PDF
John on Jesus - The Power of My Network - Sermon Handout - PDF
John on Jesus - The Power of My Network - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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