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It can be easy to get discouraged. Prominent leaders fall away. A majority of churches declining. We have personal struggles and failures.  Christians confess that God is always at work in the world, but sometimes we see what appears to be counter evidence. Instead of progress, we see what looks like regression. The parables in Mark show us the inevitability of God's work through Jesus = but they also show us the mysterious and surprising ways in which he works.   
Under what conditions is it Ok to break up a marriage? What does God want us to think about separations and divorce?Text: 1 Corinthians 7:10-24
God is at work in Jesus: Bringing the life of God's reign, calling followers into his presence, forming a new people. How will we respond to this movement? Will we be open to his words or will we dismiss him as dangerous or crazy? Text: Mark 3:7-35
Becki Watson reports on this past week's Vacation Bible School (i.e., Young Travelers). Our God is so big! 
Is it good to be single? Is it good to be married? Which is better? In this sermon, Pastor John looks at Paul's instructions to the Corinthian church on the matters of singleness and marriage. Text: 1 Corinthians 7:1-9; 25-40
"Idolatry." Outside of a religious context, this word is mostly meaningless. Even in religious circles it can be ambiguous. But getting a handle on idolatry matters for faith. We need to be able to identify idols so that we can truly worship the Creator God and so that we can be freed from the sway of their power. Text: Jeremiah 10:1-16
Jeremiah: The Crossroads

Jeremiah: The Crossroads


Jeremiah 6:16 “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths,ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls. "



Did you know that it’s possible to go to church, to pray, and to regularly read your Bible but not actually have saving faith in Jesus? Especially in a place like West Michigan, it is relatively easy to adopt the culture of Christianity while denying Christ at a heart-level.The prophet Micah has a bit to say about this. Let’s see what his book might say to us today.Text: Micah 6:1-8
Jeremiah: The Search

Jeremiah: The Search


Are all sins the same? Are some sins worse than others?Sometimes we emphasize how heinous some sins are, but sometimes we emphasize that we’re all guilty before God? Which is it? Do we have to choose?In this message we look to the prophet Jeremiah for insight. He has words for the entire sin, but he calls out a select group. In the end, we rejoice that God is the God of justice and mercy.
Title: The Nature of JudgmentText: Jeremiah 4:5-31Wrath. The fierce anger of the Lord. Judgment and destruction. What emotions emerge when you read these words and phrases? Do they make you uncomfortable? Embarrassed? Defensive? In this sermon, we look more closely at the nature of judgment. Can judgment be "good news"? In what way? We try to clear away misunderstandings while, at the same time, taking the harsh language of Jeremiah's plea to Wake Up!
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