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Purpose and Power in the Church

Date:  3/21/10

Speaker:  Pastor Glen M. Starling

Title:  Purpose and Power in the Church

Scripture:  Matthew 16:13-19

Synopsis:  The whole world seems to be looking for answers of one sort or another.  The Good News is Jesus is the Answer.  And, if you are part of His body, The Church, you have the privilege of sharing this Good News.

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The Fourth Man

Date:  3/07/10

Speaker:  Doug Brown

Title: The Fourth Man

Scripture:  Daniel 3:19-25, 29

Synopsis:  Former Senior Pastor, Doug Brown, returns one last time before our new Pastor begins his ministry at The Rock, to minister a message of inspiration.  There is a fourth man in the furnace with us.  The fires will come, but He is always walking with us, even in the fire.


He Is Able To Do Above Our Expectations

Date:  1/31/10

Speaker:  Pastor Doug Brown

Title: He Is Able To Do Above Our Expectations

Scripture:  Ephesians 3:14-21

Synopsis:  The real battle in life is not what happens to us, but how we respond.


Can God Really Use Your Life?

Date:  1/24/10

Speaker:  Pastor Doug Brown

Title:  Can God Really Use Your Life?

Scripture:  Acts 9:1-6, 10-16

Synopsis:  Many times we allow our past to be an obstacle in God using us in His work.  Paul was a wicked man, but this proved to be no obstacle to the grace and the saving power of the Lord.


Living Above Our Trials

Date:  1/17/10

Speaker:  Pastor Doug Brown

Title:  Living Above Our Trials: Earthquake

Scripture:  Matthew 14:22-33

Synopsis:  We are all shaken at times--sometimes in a powerful way that leaves us bruised and broken.  How do we respond?