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Corrected not rejected

Think to times when you’ve been bold and courageous and people recognize that. How does it make you feel? Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020, Pr. Rosenau explores Peter’s emboldened words to Jesus in Matthew chapter 16 beginning with the 21st verse. Jesus responds with incredible strength and compassion, choosing to correct, not reject Peter. 

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Persistence faith

How persistent are you when it comes to your faith? Sunday, Aug. 16, 2020’s lesson focuses on a mother who’s persistence faith in Jesus healed her daughter. Prayer, persistence, faith are gifts generously given by God available to anyone who believes. 

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Jesus calms the storm

The current pandemic may be likened to a huge storm that’s been raging for months. For some, there is also an inner storm greater and more threatening than what’s going on around them.  In Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020’s sermon, Pastor Rosenau shares that when connecting with the One, Jesus Christ, his power can calm every storm in our lives.  

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Sowing the good seed

Parables are described as an earthly story with a Heavenly meaning. In July 19, 2020’s sermon, Joseph Haggas shares how the Parable of the Weeds (Matthew 13:24-30) can serve as a parallel in the lives of Christians. Through hope in Jesus we can grow in our faith and prosper.   

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Losing your life

What exactly does Jesus mean when he asks, “You need to lose your life to find it?” During June 28, 2020’s sermon, Pr. Mark Rosenau discusses the trials and tribulations Jesus’ early followers faced as they ministered to the people. It’s a message of hope that resonates today in our world of sin.     

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