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Imagine falling and breaking your arm. It’s obviously broken. You have a friend drive you to the hospital where a doctor takes one look at your arm and disappears. Moments later he returns with a small bandage. When you ask what good the bandage will do for your broken arm, he scoffs at you.  “It’s not broken,” he chuckles, “just a little scrape. You’ll be fine. Don’t be a baby.” My guess is that you’ll leave and get a second opinion! Such a scenario would be ridiculous! Yet, many take a similar approach to problems in society. Relationships are healed by finding someone else. Immorality is explained away by tolerance. Education and money will bring peace.  But applying man-made solutions hasn’t worked for thousands of years. The only real cure is a new heart through faith in Christ.

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    From our series "Who Am I? The Seven I AM statements of Jesus". Our Good Shepherd, Jesus values us emotionally (he knows us), physically (sacrifices himself) and spiritually (brings harmony)
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    From our series, "Who AM I: The Seven I AM Statements of Jesus", Jesus came into a world full of darkness politically, spiritually and relation-ally. He is our light in the darkness and we are his light to others when we allow him to shine through us.
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    From our series, "Who Am I: the Seven I AM Statements of Christ". Jesus shows us that as our bread of life he fills us in ways that will help us live life to the fullest.
  • Healing Prayer
    From our series, "Praying with Purpose". Pastor Mike teaches us from Jesus' parable in Luke 18:9-14 on the Pharisee and the Publican. Prayer that heals is prayer that sees us as we are and accepts the mercy God offers.

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