Marked by the Cross: Getting Radical with Your Sin

November 21, 2017

If we are to truly follow Jesus, it means leaving sin behind. However, often times in our walk with Christ, we find ourselves looking over our shoulder and clinging to parts of our old life. Director Pete Bullette continues our Marked by the Cross series with a powerful call to take radical steps to cut sin out of our lives.

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Amazed: Divine Pursuit

October 11, 2017

Do you ever wonder how much sin Jesus is able to forgive? Have you ever been curious about how He was (and still is) able to compel people to follow Him? Pete continues our Amazed series with a sermon on Jesus's pursuit of the Sick and ends with a powerful exhortation on how we should respond.

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Brett Fuller: Meaningful Speech

September 27, 2017

Pastor Brett Fuller speaks from Isaiah 55 on the importance of wise speech and actions, as well as the incredible nature of God's forgiveness.

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Gospel Operating System: Life and Death

October 18, 2016

In Romans 8, Paul helps us understand the power of the Christian life, the posture we must have towards sin, and what’s at stake when we take sin lightly.

 

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Gospel Operating System: Sin

October 11, 2016

As followers of Jesus saved by grace, how should we view sin? In Romans 6 we see that the life in the Gospel Operating System takes both grace and sin seriously.

 

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Unfiltered: Repentance

November 26, 2013

The life of David was not perfect. In fact, he sinned greatly and the consequences were severe. In the aftermath of our sin, what is our response? David demonstrates that repentance is the only way to walk out of sin.

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Vital Signs: Joel

April 22, 2013

How to we respond when we find ourselves living in sin? Staff member Michelle Freeman shares what the prophet Joel says is the vital sign of repentance.

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Worth It All: Repentance is Worth It

March 20, 2012

Campus pastor Pete Bullette shares from 2 Corinthians 7 on true repentance and what the difference is between worldly and Godly sorrow.

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