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Scapegoat

Leviticus 16:20-22

May 15, 2022 • Dr. Sean McDonough • Leviticus 16:20–22

We use the word ‘scapegoat’ all the time, but few people know that the term comes right out of the Bible. Tracking down how we got the word is a fascinating quest, and one with surprising relevance to your everyday life.

Faith & Fear

May 29, 2022 • Jared Larson • Mark 4:35–41

Faith and fear can be very counteractive. Where faith is freeing, fear is crippling. Our passage this week, delves into the opposing natures of these two forces, and shows us how our faith can free us from the storms of fear that so often rage across our lives.

Who is the greatest?

May 8, 2022 • Dr. Patricia Batten • Matthew 20:20–28

A special message from Dr. Patricia Batten, professor of preaching and Associate Director of the Haddon W. Robinson Center for Preaching at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. She’ll be sharing on the new paradigm for greatness that Jesus gives to us and how that should shape our everyday lives.

Running the Race

May 7, 2022 • Rev. Jeremy A. McKeen • Hebrews 12:1–2

Pastor Jeremy shares at Spring Men's Breakfast on the struggle with sin and the difficulty of the Christian life using the metaphor we find in Hebrews on running a race.