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The Gospel of Christmas Past

The Gospel of Christmas Past Preached by Jason Abbott I walked into Starbucks a few weeks ago, a few weeks before Thanksgiving, and noticed (with some annoyance) that Christmas music was already being played in the shop. Now, I really do try to not be a humbug about seasonal sales …
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A Spotlight on the Gospel

A Spotlight on the Gospel Preached by Pastor Benjamin Vrbicek Genesis 3:15 And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring[a] and hers; he will crush[b] your head, and you will strike his heel.” 2 Samuel 7:16 Your house and your kingdom will endure forever …
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Love’s Austere and Lonely Office

Love’s Austere and Lonely Office Preached by Pastor Jason Abbott When I was teaching poetry, there were always certain poems I loved best. They were typically those that captured some beautiful and humble truth about life. This morning I’m going to share one of them in way of introduction to …
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A Song Of Identity

A Song Of Identity Preached by Pastor Benjamin Vrbicek In the winter of 1946-47, Bedouin shepherds found a series of caves in mountains near the Dead Sea. They were supposedly looking for a stray sheep. And what they found in those caves is of particular interest to us this morning, …
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A Savior for All

A Savior for All Preached by Pastor Jason Abbott As Benjamin explained last week, Isaiah ministered in a tumultuous time. Judah was almost constantly under the threatening shadow of some world power whether the Egyptians or the Assyrians or, eventually, the resurgent Babylonians. There were seemingly always wars or rumors …
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A Humvee With Mittens

A Humvee With Mittens Preached by Pastor Benjamin Vrbicek If you have been around the Bible for a while, you might know that some people consider the book of Romans in the New Testament to be, well, a Michelangelo of Theology – rich and beautiful and complex and dense and …
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