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Here are the twitterized versions of my sermons from May-August:
8/22/10: What if the church stopped taking an "us vs. them" posture towards our community, and instead began to think "us FOR them"?
8/15/10: It is the job of servants to use the talents we have been given to expand the work of the one who has given us the resources.
8/8/10: In the cross we see the tremendous value that God places on us. In our service to others, we show them their value to God.
8/1/10: Jesus' service at the cross transforms us from selfish human beings into a community that serves God and our neighbor.
7/18/10: If we choose to trust God in the ordinary aspects of our lives, the accumulation of those choices will be a most extraordinary life
7/11/10: God does not promise that we will never be exposed to fear again. He only promises that he will walk with us through it.
6/27/10: What will you do that cannot be accomplished if you do not trust in the God who made heaven and earth, and is completely faithful?
6/20/10: It is possible to sing, as U2 famously did, “I will sing, sing a new song” even as we ask “how long?” in our cry for help. #40
6/13/10: When you trust in God your savior to lead you on the path to new life, he vindicates your decision to walk that way with him.
5/23/10: The goal of the growing church isn't uniformity, but true unity around the life-changing gospel at work in every unique life.
5/16/10: People who work hard and work together to accomplish God’s work form the core of a church that impacts its community.
5/9/10: The church can only move forward and grow when we respond to growth and change sacrificially, unselfishly and with true generosity.
5/2/10: The church grows when we submit fully to Jesus, allow the Holy Spirit to empower us and allow leaders to lead.