THE MYTH OF CASUAL SEX – PART 1

Date: June 18, 2017 Text: 1 Cor. 6:12-20 Speaker: Clint Nelson Is sex just a natural appetite? If I sleep around does it really matter? The Christian view of sex is often described as narrow-minded, when the reverse is true. Is there more to sex than self-gratification? Listen to part one of understanding the nature, beauty, pleasure, community, life and fruitfulness that is to be had when done God's way.  

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SEX & COMMUNITY

Date: June 11, 2018 Text: 1 Cor. 5 Speaker: Clint Nelson How we express our sexuality doesn't just impact us, but our church community, and our city. The church community is to take immorality of all kinds seriously - out of love for the individual, health of the church, and blessing of the city. Listen to discover more of God's design for sexuality and the role of the community in bringing beauty through healthy sexuality.

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FREEDOM SESSION

  The end of September might sound like a long way off, but it will be here before you know it! And with it, will be Freedom Session -  a 20 week, intensive healing-discipleship journey that uncovers the roots of pain in our lives and invites Jesus Christ to heal those areas of our hearts. Freedom Session deals with real issues…pornography, broken marriages, sexual woundedness and abuse, depression, anger, fear and addiction. Beneath these symptoms, you will find a wounded and empty heart, looking for hope and meaning. As Jesus begins to heal the heart, the unhealthy and destructive ways we used to escape the pain in our lives become less and less attractive. Shame loses its grip on our lives and the lies that controlled us are replaced by God’s truth. More details (i.e. [...]

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SERVANTS OF GOD

Text: 1 Cor. 3-4 Date: June 4, 2017 Speaker: Clint Nelson God gives the world leaders (pastors, parents, politicians, peers, etc.) – their leadership can be a barrier or boost to the cross. God calls everyone to be a leader of some sort – what kind of leader are you? Regardless of our lot, we will each answer to God for what we did with the cross, not how others handled the cross.

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