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I Want To Know What Love Is

It's Not About Not Desiring

Pastor Dave Romoser • August 5, 2018 • Exodus 20:17

The 10 Commandments conclude with a somewhat odd final command... How do you attempt to regulate something you can't see? As is often the case, what's just below the surface reveals the reason and the brilliance of this unique command

It's Not Just About Lying

Pastor Dave Romoser • July 22, 2018 • Exodus 20:16

To fully grasp the 9th commandment is to discover what may very well be one of the most universally underestimated causes of human affliction

The Thing About Musical Chairs

Pastor Dave Romoser • July 15, 2018 • Exodus 20:15

Most of us wouldn't consider ourselves thieves, at least not in terms of people who intentionally take things that belong to others. But what we often don't recognize is that the very impulse that drives those who steal is very much alive and well in all of us

What You Don't See When You're Looking

Pastor Dave Romoser • July 8, 2018 • Exodus 20:14

In virtually every culture, adultery is considered wrong or taboo. And yet, millions of men and women intentionally pursue the illicit affair knowing what's on the line... or do they?

There's Always More To It

Pastor Dave Romoser • July 1, 2018 • Exodus 20:13

The command seems straightforward and easy enough to comply with... "You shall not kill." But as he often does, Jesus opens up the layers that lie beneath those four words and reminds us that none of us is as innocent as we may have thought

The Gift of Dignity

Pastor Lindsey Apple • June 24, 2018 • Exodus 20:12

Pastor Lindsey sheds light on a familiar passage, helping us see some of the deeper layers of what it means to honor our father and mother

Say The Words

Pastor Dave Romoser • June 17, 2018 • Exodus 20:12

Pastor Dave explores a dimension of the commandment to honor our father and mother that highlights the reciprocal nature of the command and its connection to God's grand design of the flourishing of His creation

The Sacred Rhythm

Pastor Dave Romoser • June 10, 2018 • Exodus 20:8-11

In between the commandments having to do with vows to God and those that have to do with how we treat others is the command to remember the Sabbath. What is it about this particular practice that causes it to rank so high on the list?

What's In A Name?

Pastor Dave Romoser • June 3, 2018 • Exodus 20:7

The commandment to not “take the name of the Lord in vain” is often understood primarily in terms of swearing an oath or cursing. What if, in Hebrew thought, there was much more to the whole concept of what a name actually is?

The Point of the Window

Pastor Dave Romoser • May 20, 2018 • Exodus 20:4-6

The second commandment can feel dated because, for the most part, we don't live in a culture of idol worship. But, as is most often the case, there are layers within the command we'll miss if we don't look just below the surface

The First Command

Pastor Dave Romoser • May 13, 2018 • Exodus 20:3

This first command along with it's counterpart sets the tone and framework for discovering how to live in the ongoing practice of experiencing and responding to God's great love

Under The Chuppah

Pastor Dave Romoser • May 6, 2018 • Exodus 20:1-2

How you understand the context behind how the 10 Commandments are given has all to do with shaping your view of their truest intent

Ahead

Pastor Dave Romoser • April 22, 2018

The third “big idea” as we prepare to explore the expression of God’s love for his bride in the giving of the 10 commandments, is that God is “ahead” of us alway drawing us into a better future, a better story, a richer experience of Shalom

For

Pastor Grant Claunch • April 15, 2018

Pastor Grant continues the series with the second of 3 “big ideas” about the God who demonstrates His love for His people through the covenant we know as the 10 commandments

With

Pastor Dave Romoser • April 8, 2018

Pastor Dave begins a new series with the first of 3 "big ideas" about the God who demonstrates His love for His people through the covenant we know as the "10 Commandments"