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Eat This Book

If we are honest, for many of us the Bible is like broccoli: we know it's good for us, and we'd like to like it--honestly, we would!--but we just don't.  So, every January we grit our teeth and start a Bible reading plan for the year, and...we quit by Valentine's Day. 

But what if there were a better way to read the Bible?  What if we are going about about our Bible reading the wrong way?  Join us for Eat This Book, a sermon series for people who don't like to read the Bible.

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David

What does it look like to offer your whole life, to hold nothing back?

It looks like learning to offer everything you have: your failures and your successes, your pain and not just your joy, your struggles, worries, difficulties. It looks, in fact, an awful lot like David.

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The Story

The Story. God began it at the beginning--"Let light be"--and it's still unfolding. The Israelites are a part of that story, and so is Jesus of Nazareth, and so is the Church. What about you? Your life is also a story; it also had a beginning, and your life's story is still going. How will the story of your life fit into The Story of what God is doing? What role will you play in Redemption History?

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Just Sex

We all know that it's never just sex. So much is wrapped up in our choices about sex and the consequences of our decisions, both good and bad, don't stop with us. Do your choices about sex lead to injustice for others or do they lead to just sex?

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Noah

So there is Noah, his boat, and all the animals.

Add in the rainbow at the end and we have all the details to one of the most famous Bible stories of all time. Or do we?

Could there be more to this story than we learned as children?

Looking more closely at Noah's story might teach us a lot about obedience, faith and the ways that God wants to work through us.

As we will see, there is far more to Noah than we ever knew.

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