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Dr. Jim Mann - 07/22/2018



A country in tumultuous times and at a spiritual crossroads. Though this could easily describe our nation today, this is the description of Israel during the life of Jeremiah.  In Dr. Jim Mann’s new sermon series, Appointed: Reflections on the Prophet Jeremiah, we will explore some of the timely messages from the “weeping prophet.”  As we learn more about Jeremiah and his ministry, we’ll discover what it means to truly serve God and to be fully, genuinely human.

Scripture References: Matthew 6:9-13

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Dr. Jim Mann - 08/11/2019

Enter Samson

Judges: Broken Heroes

As we continue our study of Judges, we come today to the most famous – and last – of all the judges: Samson. He’s definitely the most exciting of the judges, and perhaps none of the other judges had more opportunity than Samson did. But, at the same moment, with all that potential, probably none of the other judges failed as miserably as Samson did.

Scripture References: Judges 13:1-25, Judges 12:8-14, Exodus 19:5-6, Philippians 2:5-7, Judges 21:25, Romans 3:23, Numbers 6:1-21, Romans 12:2, 1 Corinthians 2:16, John 3:6

From Series: "Judges: Broken Heroes"

After the death of Israel’s great leader, Joshua, Israel was in the land God promised them. “In those days, Israel had no king; everyone did as he saw fit.” In the tumultuous 300 year history described in the book of Judges, a cycle appears and reappears: sin, judgment, salvation…and back to sin. Throughout, God raises men and women as instruments of his salvation – but each hero proves to be broken and flawed, reminding us that only God can provide a perfect savior.

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