Sermons from May 2017

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Unlikely Heroism

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Moviegoers for the first time are learning something about Seventh-day Adventists. They are learning that Adventists refuse to kill. So Perhaps its time we review our position. Conscientious objection has typically been the Adventist position. This approach comes in between pacifism and full participation. Adventists have always considered this to be a matter of personal […]

Father Abraham’s Sons

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Muslims, Jews, and Christians have a legitimate claim to be Father Abraham’s sons and daughters. While it is a wonderful blessing to hold common genes and traditions with Father Abraham, it is a spiritual life of faith, submission, and action which qualifies us to claim that we are Father Abraham’s sons and daughters. The Arabic […]

Calling All Prayer Warriors

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At a time in history when the hearts of people are failing them for fear, the Father is calling the church to “be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.” (Eph. 3:19) What does that mean? What could it look like? Please join me in an adventure, a quest to become mighty prayer warriors, like Paul in […]

It’s All Good

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The Bible identifies three kinds of groaning which makes audible the inner sounds of pain. Did you know that underneath the skyscrapers of Seattle, the tectonic plates are groaning? According to my sources, there were 18 earthquakes in the greater Seattle area during a recent 7-day period. The human race is also groaning with hunger, […]