The Way Up

David denHartog teaches through Mark 10:35-52.  Jesus asks a pair of brothers in this text, and he also asks a blind beggar: What do you want out of life?  We can learn much from their answers, and from Jesus’ responses to them.  How would you answer Jesus?  What do you want?

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Termites or Trouble?

David denhartog wraps up “Disagreements Without Division,” with part three focusing on how best to approach disagreements that are about the gray areas of how we are to live out the Christian life.  He teaches us five major principles of Scripture through which we must think as we make decisions about the little things in […]

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Equations for Solution

David denHartog continues the series, “Disagreements Without Division,” by looking at three vignettes in the book of Acts.  There were disagreements in the growing church and we can see the solutions that maintained the unity of the Spirit and the bond of peace.  We can use these equations for solution in our own lives and […]

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Nip It in the Bud

David denHartog begins a series on Disagreements Without Division.  The reasons for disagreements are many… so how do we deal with them so they don’t lead to divisions: divorce, church splits, broken relationships, and more.  Beginning with James 1:19, Pastor David gives us four points we are to remember as we nip it in the […]

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Preach It From the Housetops

David denhartog teaches from Matthew 10:16-42, part of the Behold The King series.  Christians often don’t share their faith due to two fears: the fear of inadequacy and the fear of rejection.  Jesus knows this and gives reasons why we do not need to be afraid.  Will you preach the Gospel from the Housetops?

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What Will I Be Like?

On Easter Sunday, Pastor David asks listeners: What will your resurrection body be like?  There are three possibilities listed in Daniel 12:1-3.  Which one will you be?   I John 5:13 – I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have […]

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The Doctor Is In

David denHartog teaches from Matthew 9:9-17.  We are quick to recognize sin in the lives of others, but we are slow to see it in our own lives.  We often think “we’re okay.”  But all of us need a spiritual doctor – the Great Physician.  Last week, the section answered the question: who can forgive […]

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Second Thoughts

David denhartog teaches from Matthew 8:23-9:8.  The subject that weaves itself through Matthew 8 is the power of the Lord Jesus Christ to work in you and through you to reach others.  Jesus is preparing a group of men to go forth into the world as his apostles and disciples to preach the Gospel.  God […]

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Prepare

David denHartog teaches the end of the Sermon on the Mount, found in Matthew 7:21-29.  How do you prepare for difficult days, hard trials, and circumstances beyond our control?  How do you do those days well?  How do you become strong enough to endure the difficult circumstances of life? Additional Scripture references: Proverbs 4:8; Psalm […]

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Choices

David denHartog continues the Sermon on the Mount, with Matthew 7:13-20.  Every day we are faced with choices.  In reality, there are two major choices that we have in life.  Jesus describes these choices and then he gives us a warning about those that might lead us into the wrong choice.  This is the Epilogue […]

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