Sermon Series
  • 1. God's Magnetic Community

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2002
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     | 3,205 views

    One of a series on Building Community

    God’s Magnetic Community There are three ways that everyday ordinary folk like you and I can come to know of and experience God. We experience God in His Creation. Go into Creation, pay attention and it reads like a huge billboard pointing to the creative genius of Almighty God. ...read more

  • 2. Unity In Community

    Contributed on Mar 10, 2002
    based on 64 ratings
     | 6,892 views

    Second in a series on Building community

    The terrible attack on our land just a few days ago has had one tremendous positive result: Unity People are praying and singing together. Sports Stadiums filled with singing and praying people. Congress sang "God Bless America on the steps of the Capitol Building. Children have been ...read more

  • 3. Value One Another

    Contributed on Mar 10, 2002
    based on 35 ratings
     | 4,040 views

    one of a series on building community

    Building Community - Value One Another In a society that is becoming increasingly fragmented, in which people seem more and more separated from one another, the church can be a refuge. More than a building, more than a Sunday morning meeting, more than an organization. A community. A place ...read more

  • 4. Encourage One Another

    Contributed on Mar 10, 2002
    based on 44 ratings
     | 5,947 views

    one of a series on Building Community

    Building Community - Encourage One Another People are less connected, less involved, less active in their communities today. People participate less in organizations and groups of every kind than they did a generation ago. What we are seeing is that the "glue" which holds our society ...read more

  • 5. Serve One Another

    Contributed on Mar 10, 2002
    based on 43 ratings
     | 5,161 views

    one of a series on Building Community

    Building Community - Serve One Another "A community is a group of people who matter to you, and to whom you matter." I grew up in a community where everyone knew everyone else’s business and no one thought a thing of it - because we cared about each other. I grew up on Cherry Street ...read more