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Count Your Blessings

by Mark Buckley. My sermon this Sunday is called, “Count Your Blessings” from Ephesians 1:1-12. Most of the time that phrase is used to say, “count your blessings” because you wouldn't want your life to be in the mess someone else's life is in. In other words, you should be happy because your...

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Stepping into Your Destiny

by Mark Buckley. In our services this weekend we will be praying over David and Brittany Stockton who are leaving next week to establish a new ministry in Belize. They are taking their three young girls to the city of Dangriga, where they will be sharing the love and truth of Jesus Christ with...

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Supernatural Guidance

My sermon this weekend is called, “Supernatural Guidance” from Luke 5, and John 21. These passages both describe miraculous catches of fish that the disciples brought in when they cast their nets where Jesus told them to fish. In both instances they had...

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Joy in the Presence of the Lord

Kristina and I just returned from a vacation that was a true blessing. We want to thank those of you who prayed for us while we were in California. We had a good time at the beach, catching waves with our grandchildren; and a good time in the ...

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For Those Who Love Life

by Mark Buckley. My sermon this Sunday is called "For Those Who Love Life and Want to Prosper" from I Corinthians 1:26-31, and as many selected proverbs* as I have time to address. I grew up playing baseball, football and basketball during recesses and after school on the playgrounds and fields near our house in San Rafael, CA. Two guys would be captains and the...

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Practical Wisdom for Daily Living

by Mark Buckley. My sermon this Sunday is called, “Practical Wisdom for Daily Living.” I've selected several proverbs from chapters 18-19* that have been helpful to me over the years. The Proverbs can often be applied at more than one level. When you read them, take time to think about them from different perspectives and they will open up and release wisdom that w...

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Increase Your Wisdom

by Mark Buckley. I hope you are well. This weekend my sermon is called, “Increase Your Wisdom by Applying Proverbs.” The courses of our lives are set by the decisions we make every day. I often find that proverbs come to my mind when I'm facing conflicts or decisions which have a lot of pressure. These proverbs give me wisdom to approach situations differently than ...

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What's the Big Deal About Sex?

by Mark Buckley. My sermon this Sunday is called, “What's the Big Deal about Sex?” from Proverbs 5 and 1 Corinthians 6. Our culture is obsessed with sex; but that's not much different than many cultures around the world, now or in the past. What breaks my heart is the ignorance in our culture...

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Wisdom Will Save You

by David Stockton. As we have found ourselves in the information age we can be deceived into thinking we are wise. In a journal article I read, a man named Russell Ackoff writes that the content of the human mind can be put into five categories: data, information,...

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Wisdom is Not Natural to Us - Proverbs 1:23-33

by David Stockton. Wisdom calls for humility, fearing the Lord, and often, repentance. We are not naturally inclined to wisdom, so when it hits us we will usually have to change directions. When Solomon thought to chop the baby in half...

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