12Aug

Psalm 23

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Series: Praying the Psalms: Anchoring Ourselves in God’s word  Text: Psalm 23 Preacher: David Hurlocker http://nlccoe.com/Sermons/Praying%20the%20Psalms/8-12-18_Psalms_23.mp3 Psalm 23 is, perhaps, one of the better known psalms from the Bible. Yet I wonder if it is simultaneously also one of the most applied (and prayed) psalms of the Bible?

03Apr

Series: Life is Better with Purpose Text: Psalm 23; John 10 Preacher: Brent McCrory Purpose…without it one can become too easily dismayed, frustrated, confused, and even lost. Our lives must have purpose, and there are many, many places we can find purpose. The evidence for Jesus’ resurrection is so…

10Jan

Sheep

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Series: Images of Identity Text: Psalm 100; Ezekiel 34; John 10; Psalm 23 Preacher: Brent McCrory God’s people are called sheep. While it may sound odd to our modern-day ears, there are many good reasons for this when one considers the backdrop of the Ancient Near East (a few…

31May

Sermon Series: What Would Jesus Undo?  Text: Romans 6:1-14; Psalm 23 Preacher: Brent McCrory Every decision we make paves the way for another decision to be made. This is important to note because decisions always have ripple effects. Some of these ripples are small, but some are big. In light…

17May

Sermon Series: What Would Jesus Undo?  Text: Psalm 23; Matthew 5-6; Luke 5 Preacher: Brent McCrory This is our second week of wrestling with the vice of vainglory in our What Would Jesus Undo? series. Church tradition, and even common sense, tell us silence and solitude are two of our biggest allies for rooting…

26Apr

Envy…via Psalm 23

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Sermon Series: What Would Jesus Undo?  Text: 1 John 4:7-11; John 13:34-35; Psalm 23 Preacher: Brent McCrory God’s love is the most powerful changing force in the Universe. In light of this truth there is hope for virtually every situation and difficulty in the world!!! What wonderful news this is. However, love is…