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Genesis 45:16-46:7 - From Famine to Fortune




We all love forgiveness we don't deserve and blessings we never expected. As the story of Joseph continues we learn how Joseph's brothers find themselves blessed beyond their wildest dreams because of the faithfulness of the brother they sold into slavery. In a similar way, as Christians, we are also blessed beyond our wildest dreams because of our elder brother Jesus.


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Genesis 45:16-46:7 - From Famine To Fortune - Sermon Handout - PDF
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Genesis 6:1-8:19 - Flood





Most children learned this story growing up. Some of us even played with the Fisher Price toy set when we were kids. It is Noah and the Ark. It was a story we learned as children but it isn't a story for children. It is a true story of the most global cataclysmic disaster to hit the planet. As a result millions of people died a gruesome death…. all because of sin. Join us as we learn the story of God's awesome judgment is not just thing of the past but each of us will face it in the future. The only way to escape that judgment is through the ark of Jesus.

Genesis 6:1-8:19 - Flood - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
Genesis 6:1-8:19 - Flood - Manuscript - PDF
Genesis 6:1-8:19 - Flood - Sermon Handout - PDF
Genesis 6:1-8:19 - Flood - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
Genesis 6:1-8:19 - Flood - Life Group Work Sheet - PDF
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1 Peter 4:12-19 - What Makes Suffering For Christ Unique?




As Peter wraps up his teaching on suffering, he tells us how suffering for the name of Christ is unique. God promises great blessing to those who suffer as a witness for Jesus. Join us as we discover the privilege of suffering for Christ.

1 Peter 4:12-19 - What Makes Suffering For Christ Unique? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
1 Peter 4:12-19 - What Makes Suffering For Christ Unique? - Manuscript - PDF
1 Peter 4:12-19 - What Makes Suffering For Christ Unique? - Sermon Handout - PDF
1 Peter 4:12-19 - What Makes Suffering For Christ Unique? - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
1 Peter 4:12-19 - What Makes Suffering For Christ Unique? - Life Group Work Sheets - PDF
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1 Peter 2:18-25 - How Do I Handle Undeserved Suffering



What should we do when we suffer for no apparent reason? Do you take someone to court? Do you take matters into your hands? Do you have a right to give people a piece of your mind? Unfair suffering can create deep seat anger. Join us to learn what God wants us to do.

1 Peter 2:18-25 - How Do I Handle Undeserved Suffering? - Quicktime and iPhone Audio - M4A
1 Peter 2:18-25 - How Do I Handle Undeserved Suffering? - Manuscript - PDF
1 Peter 2:18-25 - How Do I Handle Undeserved Suffering? - Sermon Handout - PDF
1 Peter 2:18-25 - How Do I Handle Undeserved Suffering? - Editable Sermon Notes - DOCX
1 Peter 2:18-25 - How Do I Handle Undeserved Suffering? - Life Group Work Sheets - PDF
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James 3:1-12 - Weapon of Mass Destruction



What is the most destructive part of the body? The fist. The foot. It is the little piece of flesh behind our teeth called the tongue. When we were little we learned that sticks and stones can break our bones but words will never hurt us. Unfortunately, that is far from the truth. Our words, like fire, can spread and cause incalculable amounts of damage . In this message, James challenges us to get our mouth under control. If we can get our tongue under control, the rest of our life will fall in line.

James - Tongue - Weapon of Mass Destruction - Audio - MP3
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James - Tongue - Weapon of Mass Destruction - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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James 2:9-13 - The Perils of Partiality




Playing favorites is part of life. It is easier to talk to an old friend than to make a new one. If you are young, it is convenient to ignore those who are old. It is always more fun to hang out with someone who is rich than befriend those in financial quicksand. Last week, we learned that partiality is more than just bad manners, it is sin and foolishness. This week, James takes us a step deeper as we learn how favoritism can lead to devastating eternal consequences.

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James - The Peril of Partiality - Manuscript - PDF
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Doctrine - Response and Eternal Destiny




In this final message, we wrap up the series by looking at how the Bible says God will wrap up the world. It may not be what you thought. Even though the sins of a Christian are forgiven through Christ, that does not mean their lives will escape serious review. The deeds of our life are always the basis for judgment. Join Dr. Trucksess as we learn how our choices will impact our eternity even if we are forgiven.

Doctrine - Response and Eternal Destiny - Audio - MP3
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Doctrine - Response and Eternal Destiny - Manuscript - PDF
Doctrine - Response and Eternal Destiny - Sermon Handout - PDF
Doctrine - Response and Eternal Destiny - Small Group Work Sheet - PDF
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