Independence Day 2019 - Proclaiming Liberty (6.30.19)

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June 30, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger • Jeremiah 34:8-17

Freedom and liberty are among the most important and universally relevant matters pertaining to all people. Because of this, Christians should be advocates of societal and civil liberties, as well as the true spiritual liberty found in Christ.

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Faith & Conduct • January 19, 2020 • Pastor Bryan Dugger

With the story of Cornelius and the Apostle Peter, we see a man growing closer and closer to knowing Jesus, while also exhibiting the kind of characteristics a Christian should strive for in regards to their home. Cornelius, in welcoming Peter, was open and inviting. Even more, he was willing to learn. Will we as Christians see Cornelius' example and be open to such hospitality?

Faith & Conduct - Introduction (1.12.20)

Faith & Conduct • January 12, 2020 • Pastor Bryan Dugger

When the Fall took it's full effect, humanity was subjected to corruption and came into a broken fellowship with God. Additionally, our faith and our conduct came to be in perpetual conflict with each other. But, in a saving relationship with Christ, these things can be integrated and harmonized with each other. As a result, the Christian's behavior will confirm their belief.

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