They Love Him or They Hate Him
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They Love Him or They Hate Him

As you read the gospel stories, you'll notice an interesting theme: The more people get to know, listen to, and encounter Jesus - the more they either love him or hate him. There's just something about Jesus that makes people either want to worship him or kill him? Why is that? And what does that have to do with you and me? Come and explore these questions this Sunday.

Do You Know What I Can Do?
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Do You Know What I Can Do?

We all need someone who knows our potential, whether or not we know it ourselves. And that's just it: often times, we don't know it ourselves. But here's the good news: God knows it, and we believe God has created us all for something more.

Do You Know What I’ve Done?
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Do You Know What I’ve Done?

We’ve all done something. I know it. You know it. What everybody needs is somebody who also knows, and doesn’t run away.

Do You Know What Matters to Me?
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Do You Know What Matters to Me?

When you get to know what matters to them, you show them they matter. And that matters. Because everybody needs somebody who knows what matters to them.

Do You Know My Name?
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Do You Know My Name?

If you want to live the kind of life that gives hope, begin by knowing a few names. Everybody needs somebody who knows their name.

We Need to Know Peace
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We Need to Know Peace

Peace. Peace that we can’t understand. Peace that lasts through any circumstance. Peace that ends our every war. Sounds pretty good. I know I could use that. How about you?

We Need to Know the Value of Our Friends in Christ
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We Need to Know the Value of Our Friends in Christ

Faith can be tough stuff, because faith always traverses the frontier where light meets dark. It’s too tough a road to go it alone, and in fact, we can’t. We shouldn’t even try, because you don’t have to. We are here for you. And you’re here for us too.

We Need to Know Our Past
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We Need to Know Our Past

Some of us revel in our yesterdays. Some of us would rather forget. And some of us can’t. But all of us need to know yesterday’s importance so that we can set out towards tomorrow today.