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Sermons Series: Culture Shock

God and Politics

March 9, 2014 | Pastor Mark DuPré

A great way to start an argument is to bring up the idea of politics and how the church should relate to political things. The Scriptures have more to say than we think about the role of the church, the political arena, and our role as individual Christians. This sermon seeks to reduce the heat of the arguments and shed light on the subject.

God and Sex

March 2, 2014 | PB

Culture Shock is what our society is experiencing! We’ve pulled together six of the most controversial current issues and together we’re exploring what God Himself has to say about them. Today we’ll debunk some myths about God and sex and find out what He really thinks about a very personal and important area of life.

God and the Environment

February 23, 2014 | PB

The message today is one in a series of messages called “Culture Shock.” How does God deal with some of the more controversial subjects of our day? Today we find what God has to say about the environment and environmental issues, from global warming to “treehuggers.” You’ll be surprised at how much God has to say about the earth and its complex environment!

Homosexuality: What Do You Say to a Gay Friend?

February 16, 2014 | Bill Baxter

Guest speaker Bill Baxter’s message points us to the truth of the Word of God, not only the miracle and purpose of our creation, but to follow Jesus’ example to be lead by the Holy Spirit in reaching out in love.

Understanding Abortion Today

February 9, 2014 | Mike Warren

In our culture today the sanctity of human life is highly underrated; abortion is considered a right. Guest speaker Mike Warren’s message equips and encourages us to shine the light of the Word into the lives of whoever is touched by this darkness. It is our privledge to do so in His name.

Whatever Happened to the Truth?

February 2, 2014 | Pastor Mark DuPré

The entire concept of truth has taken a beating this last 100 years. Discover how recent our current thinking really is, and how we got the point where truth could be considered relative and personal. Then discover afresh what–and Who–truth really is.