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Putting Skin on the Ineffable

Sunday, December 25 10:30 am Sermon Putting Skin on the Ineffable On Christmas morning, we celebrate a great mystery – a monumental revelation set forth in the fullness of time and by some of the most unimaginable, description-defying events mankind has ever experienced or known. The Incarnation of the Son of God… In many ways…

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Walking and Living as Children of God

8:00 am, 10:30 am, & 6:00 pm Sermon Imitating Jesus on the Four Corners: Walking and Living as Children of God CTCT-20160923_052906_1 On this All Saints’ Sunday and with the Presidential election coming up in 3 days, and the trials of Michael Slager and Dylann Roof underway across the street, there is no greater need…

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Called to Freedom

How do we win the battle between the flesh and the spirit? Great saints have wrestled with this dilemma. Many of them suggested complete withdrawal from the world, while others have given up on sainthood altogether and settled for spiritual and moral mediocrity. Is there really a way to remain “in” the world, but not…

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The D-Day of the Soul – Joy

Sermon on Sunday Pentecost: The D-Day of the Soul – Joy Wow! On the heels of our Restoration conference (thanks to all who attended!), we are now given Holy Spirit fuel on this Pentecost to live in deepest joy. It is true that the Holy Spirit is the great sustainer of relationships, and grower of…

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