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Strange Flesh? or a Strange Hermeneutic?

Dean Elliott teaches from Genesis 18 and 19, and Jude 6-8. This sermon in the Fault Lines series takes a look at the Biblical view of homosexuality. “Strange flesh,” found in Jude 7 (NKJV), refers to anything outside the bounds of what God has set of one man and one woman together. Hermeneutics is the […]

Keepin’ the Fire in the Fireplace

Dean Elliott teaches in the last on his series on homosexuality by addressing what God’s purpose is for sex.  If we are to carry on a conversation with those in the world, then we need to understand where our culture is coming from and what they believe about sex.  We also need to know and […]

Carry on a Conversation

Dean Elliott teaches the third sermon in the series on homosexuality.  Homosexuality is a symptom of the much bigger problem of idolatry and always occurs in a certain context.  As Christians, our job is to carry on a conversation and communicate the truth.  No matter how small the voice.  Dean uses Ezekiel 14:1-11 to give […]

Without the Gospel…It Only Gets Worse!

Dean Elliott teaches from Romans 1:18-23 in his second sermon in the series “A City Set on a Hill.”  The Gospel is the solution to all of the problems of the world, but most people don’t see the relevance of the Gospel to their problems.  Dean explains what the progression of symptoms looks like when […]

Are You Ready?

Dean Elliott teaches from 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 and Romans 1 in his first sermon in the series on homosexuality.