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Category: Sermon on the Mount

Fruit Produced Rightly

Craig St. John / November 18, 2016
Sermon on the Mount, Sermons

By Stephen Matthews To whom should I listen and follow after? I’ve been confused by the blizzard of voices and examples out there […]

He Will Give Good Things

Craig St. John / November 5, 2016
Sermon on the Mount, Sermons

By Kadi Weinland “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and it will be opened to […]

Treasures in Heaven

Craig St. John / October 14, 2016
Sermon on the Mount, Sermons

By Josh McCoy The material possessions we hold so closely in this world are fragile and fleeting. They were never meant to sustain […]

Pray Like Innocent Children

Craig St. John / October 7, 2016
Prayer, Sermon on the Mount, Sermons

By Stephen Matthews My morning run had been silent before I heard myself start praying with an intentionality and determination that matched my […]

The Slavery of Human Approval

Craig St. John / September 30, 2016
Human Approval, Love of our Father, Sermon on the Mount, Sermons

By John Crawford The idol of human approval is like running on a treadmill and trying to get to a different geographic location. […]

Be Restored to Maturity

Craig St. John / September 23, 2016
Sermon on the Mount, Sermons

By Stephen Matthews Love changes the story. This was the main idea of Riccardo Stewart’s message on Sunday. He went on to explain, […]

Half Truths from Half the Story

Craig St. John / September 16, 2016
Sermon on the Mount, True Story Project

By Teena Dare In the Beginning… In Genesis 1 and 2, we see the God above all designing, forming, creating, establishing, directing, resting, […]

Revisiting the Sermon on the Mount: Pursuing Justice and Happiness

Craig St. John / September 9, 2016
Happiness, Justice, Righteousness, Sermon on the Mount

By Stephen B. Mathews Justice has been misunderstood, and so has the happiness that it brings. Guest speaker Ken Wytsma wasted no time […]