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Christ the King Sunday
November 25, 2007
Sho-po-ca-lypse (shah PAW kuh lips) n. The end of mankind from consumerism, over-consumption and the fires of eternal debt!
Jay takes what is known as Black Friday and links it to Good Friday.
Pastor Kurt Hoover delivers a great message and perspective of what the parable can mean for us today. Pastor Hoover speaks of realizing that we have enough to live and for us to rethink what we have our focus on within our lives. Are we saving for ourselves or are we saving for our family, friends, community?
Genesis 32:22-31, Romans 12:3-13, Luke 18:1-8
Looking at each other through God's eyes. The world likes to tell us that we are not good enough to be good stewards. God looks at us differently and shows how much he has blessed us and encourages us to use those gifts no matter how small the world says they are.
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The parable of the wicked tenants is used to address current economic times.
Tim Feiertag writes a compelling sermon that connects the issues that are facing the congregation with a story shared by Jesus. The sermon not only focuses on stewardship but also on the mission of being Christians within the world and seeing how God will use us to help those around us even during difficult times.
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