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Messages from Worship Services, Sermon Debrief Episodes, and Stories of Faith Interviews

The Bible is not a choose your own adventure book that leads all of us on a personal and private journey of discovery. Instead, it’s a book that leads each individual toward a corporate redemption of all things. God has called us to study this truth together and work together to share this truth with those who do not yet know it.

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The Bible is more than a collection of inspirational quotes and powerful statements to help with some areas of life. The Bible is a grand work of literature built upon layers and layers of ancient truth. This truth is not for personal or partial interpretation, but a holistic and full application.
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The Bible is a book for the common man. You do not need a college degree or specialized training to benefit from the Bible, however these practical steps will help you go deeper, faster in your understanding of the Bible.

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Most people think the Bible is important, but we fail to believe the Bible is most important so we fail to make time to read the Bible. The Bible is most important because it is the words of God that point us to Jesus.

To prepare us for our new series on How to Read the Bible, Pastor Eric gives us a better understanding of how we came to have the Bible in our hands.

The angel delivered good news of great joy because it was no legend, it was real, and messy, and wonderful!

We can sing songs of hope and joy because we have been adopted into the family of God. Christmas is the "how" of this adoption. In the fullness of time Christ was born of woman under the law, making it possible for us to be adopted as sons and daughters.

John 21 is the after credits bonus scene of John's gospel and in it Peter is restored, told to "feed my sheep," and given a glimpse of what's ahead.

Jesus could give the customary greeting of "Peace be unto you" as one who actually has the power to give peace.

John wants us to see the cruelty of the crown and the cross, the innocence of Jesus, the guilt of Pilate, the reality of the crucifixion, and the necessity of it all.

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