Archive for July, 2008

Knock, Knock, Knocking on Heaven’s Door

Sunday, July 27th, 2008

This was the first Sunday with our new Worship Arts Minister, so we explored and thought together about worship.

Some people seem to always get a lot out of worship.  It’s like they have a shortcut to the presence of God.  And others of us are left wondering, “What am I not getting here?  What am I missing?”

Listen or watch as we dig into what it takes for great worship.

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Getting Acquainted With Mark

Sunday, July 20th, 2008

This Sunday during the worship service, we met our new Minister of Worship Arts, Mark Brown. We got to know him, and hear about the spiritual journey that has led him to become part of Jesus MCC.

Listen in as we begin a new era in the life of our church!

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A Brief History of Death

Sunday, July 13th, 2008

So what really happens when a person dies?

We’re not talking about the heaven and hell part, but before that — after the moment of death and before our arrival at our appointed destination.  Would it surprise you to know that not all Christians agree?

This sermon explores several different models Christians have used to understand death and explore their scriptural bases.

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Jesus for President!

Sunday, July 6th, 2008

Being a Christian affects every part of our lives, even how we see our nation and government.  So, what would Jesus do — if he were here today living as a citizen in America?

Watch or listen for a thought-provoking, nonpartisan examination of how our faith ought to affect our conduct as citizens.  This part of our discipleship matters as much as any other, so let’s give it careful thought.

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