He’ll Take Care of It

He’ll Take Care of It

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Friday April 5, 2019

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God is a God of justice. Just because he doesn’t balance the books on Thursday doesn’t mean that he doesn’t balance the books. Join Steve for the best sermon you’ll ever hear from the book of Nahum (because it’s the only sermon you’ll ever hear from Nahum). You’ll see that we can rest in the faith that there is a God who will ultimately destroy the evil that plagues us.

The Monday After Sunday

The Monday After Sunday

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Friday March 29, 2019

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After the Prodigal Son came home from the pig farm, after his father welcomed him with wine, food, and music, he still had to get up the day after the celebration and go back to work in the fields. It’s the same way on Mondays. How do you keep truckin’ without forgetting the taste of Sunday’s wine and the sound of Sunday’s worship? Join Steve to find out.

Beggar at the Banquet

Beggar at the Banquet

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Friday March 22, 2019

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Religion can make you weird. And if you’re already bent in that direction, Lent can make it even worse. It can kill your joy. Everything you do or don’t do at Lent has the danger of missing the very point. Watch this message from Steve to learn what Lent is really all about.

Tasting the Salt of Their Tears - 90 Seconds with Steve

Tasting the Salt of Their Tears - 90 Seconds with Steve

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Friday March 15, 2019

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Because of Jesus’ finished work, God’s totally cool with us no matter what. We’re free, really free! One of the ways we can use that freedom is to, like the Apostle Paul said, become all things to all men, serving them to free them too. But before we can be all things to all men, we have to listen and taste the salt of their tears. Here’s a short video from Steve about it.

The Requests for Which He Prayed

The Requests for Which He Prayed

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Friday March 8, 2019

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Scripture teaches that we’ll get anything we pray for… as long as we ask for things within God’s will. (You can find that divine fine print after the asterisk in 1 John 5:14-15.) Besides allowing God to ignore all those requests for Italian sports cars, that little nugget of truth begs a question: What exactly is God’s will? Watch this message from Steve to find out.

The People for Whom He Prayed

The People for Whom He Prayed

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Friday March 1, 2019

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Jesus prays for God’s children, and in John 17 we hear the incredible things he says to the Father about us. Join Steve as he continues eavesdropping on Jesus’ longest prayer recorded in the Bible and hear what God the Son knows about us.

The God to Whom He Prayed

The God to Whom He Prayed

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Friday February 22, 2019

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You can tell what people think about God by listening to their prayers. But if you listen to Jesus pray, you don’t find out what he “thinks” about God… you discover what he “knows” about God. Join Steve as he continues listening in on Jesus’ prayer in John 17 and hear the staggering truth about our good and gracious God who wants to be known.

The Man Who Prayed

The Man Who Prayed

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Friday February 15, 2019

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Have you ever walked in on someone praying? You can tell a lot about a person by listening to him or her pray, and in John 17 we get to listen in on Jesus’ longest prayer recorded in the gospels. Join Steve Brown as he takes us into the holy of holies to hear Jesus’ high priestly prayer and find out what we learn about God the Son.