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The Story of Jesus
Mark is basically the scrooge of the gospels. He doesn’t mention Mary and Joseph, the shepherds or magi, the angels or manger. He skips Christmas completely. Or does he? Mark means to present Jesus the King. which is a biblical description of Jesus we often forget, especially at Christmas. We focus on the cute little baby. Mark wants us to see the mighty king.
Merry Christmas From Mark
The gospels written by Matthew and Luke give us all we have of the story of Jesus' birth. Mary, Joseph, the manger, the Magi, the shepherds and angels. John's gospel offers some deep theological reflection. But Mark? He skips it all. What's up with that?
We Are Not Alone
We don’t ever really talk about angels, but they play an important role in the story of Jesus’ birth and, as it turns out, in our lives as well.
Everything Looks Different
There's a word hiding behind all the stories Matthew and Luke tell about the birth of Christ. It may be one of the brightest, most hopeful words anyone ever spoke or heard. We will discover it in this Sunday's message.
Unseasonal Sorrows
Ever notice how out of season a funeral home tent looks in December cemetery? Or that sorrows seem harder to handle when the world is all lit up in Christmas lights? In this message, we’ll be honest about the reality of struggle during the holidays. And we’ll find some answers in scripture.
The (Not So) Good Earth
Okay, so a lot of the evil, pain and suffering we see in the world can be attributed to the bad behavior, decisions and choices humans make. But what about natural disasters like tsunamis, hurricanes and tornadoes? If God is in charge of the climate, it doesn’t feel like he’s doing a very good job. Is there a Christian response to the problem of natural evil?
Red Pill/Blue Pill
What if I told you that you could live in a world with no suffering, no pain, no evil? You only had to give up one thing . . . your free will. Would you do it? This week, we go deeper into The Problem: If God is so good, why is the world so bad?
It's Everybody's Problem
Believers are confronted with the question of evil, pain and suffering: How can a good God allow bad things to happen? We have to face and answer that question. But the problem of evil is not just a problem for believers. It’s everybody’s problem.
The Lion Sleeps Tonight
Some think the political climate is nastier than ever. Hardly. We once had a sitting vice president, Aaron Burr, who shot and killed one of our founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton. Further back, it took Nero three attempts to eliminate a threat to his power, his own mother, before he finally succeeded. But Daniel (of lion’s den fame) faced the mother of all conspiracies. And came through it without a scratch.
An Incredible Payoff
We need to reject worldly standards and choose God's walk to find value in life. Not our nature, but heavily needed in our present need fulfilled oriented society.

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