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The Gospel of Luke

Is Christianity what I believe it to be? When it comes to faith it can be confusing to understand what you believe or what you should believe. Some think that faith is simply a matter of choosing whatever path of faith seems to work for you and following it. With all the faith choices out …

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Q and C with Applications_FEB,11_ Joshua 6

Feb. 11, 2018    Series Title:  JOSHUA- Promise::Faith::Obedience sermon audio  We were preaching and responding through Joshua 6. This starts a new section of Joshua. Chapters 1-5 have focused on God preparing Israel to move into the promised land. Chapters 6-12 will give us a snapshot of God’s battle against the inhabitants of the promised land. …

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Jonah :: A Story of God’s Relentless Grace

Our Fall Series Kicks off Sept 10th Join us at 4pm The book of Jonah is not your normal book about a prophet. In 48 verses God gives us a powerful picture of His relentless grace. We’ll be tackling some big sweeping questions through the directed lens of Jonah: Backdrops of Grace- What does God …

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The Holy Spirit

PENTECOST -Sermon delivered by C.H. Spurgeon- May 24th, 1963 Here’s the full quote that I shared this past Sunday, Oct2, 2016 “How absolutely necessary is the presence and power of the Holy Spirit! It is not possible for us to promote the glory of God or to bless the souls of men, unless the Holy …

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  WE MOVED!  New Time: 4PM New Location: 2535 Robie Street (All Nations Church) Just around the corner from our old location (Souls Harbour Church) Here’s the directions! Hope to see ya there!

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Q&C from Sunday Sept27 Christians and Politics [should Christians be starting revolutions?]

We started the precarious walk through I Timothy 2 last week. Typically after someone has read our text on Sunday, during worship, they end with reminding the congregation, “This is the Word of God”. The congregation then affirms, which has been part of church history, their willingness to submit to the text with a response …

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