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Cortez Church of Christ
Cortez, Colorado 81321
(970) 565-3631

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  • The Method Of A Historian

    Contributed on May 7, 2007
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    This sermon serves as introduction to Luke-Acts. It is an expository treatment of Luke 1.1-4 and addresses the reliability of the gospel.

    The Method of a Historian Luke 1.1-4 Jeff Foster (Cortez, Colorado) In the Alamo hangs a portrait of a man who had not even been born when the battle of the Alamo was fought. This inscription is posted under the portrait: "James Butler BonhamCno portrait of him exists. This portrait is more

  • Looking Through The Kaleidoscope

    Contributed on May 7, 2007
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    An expository sermon on Ephesians 1.3-14. The sermon is particularly focused on the "Godhead" as presented in the passage. Three more sermons from these verses will follow.

    Looking through the Kaleidoscope Ephesians 1.3-14 Jeff Foster (Cortez, Colorado) Do you like grand beginnings? Star Wars; Baseball’s Opening Day; New Year’s Eve/Day; Weddings. Paul’s letter to the Ephesian church has a grand beginning. Ephesians 1.3-14 forms just one sentence in more

  • He Makes All Things New

    Contributed on Feb 6, 2007
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    This sermon explores how life can be transformed through faith in Jesus. It uses the examples of Zacchaeus, the woman at the well, the fishermen of Galilee, and the rich young man.

    He Makes All Things New Learning about JESUS: the Way, the Truth and the Life A sermon by Jeff Foster preached to the Cortez Church of Christ January 14, 2007 When I was a child, the man who lived across the alleyway from my family was a rather strange man who had an extraordinary more

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  • One Of My Most Treasured Possessions Is This ...

    Contributed on Feb 6, 2007

    One of my most treasured possessions is this quilt. It was finished by my grandmother, but it has a remarkable story. Many years ago, after my great-grandmother had passed away, my grandparents were going through her things. They discovered a box filled with quilt squares. Each square bore the more