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At King's Cross Church, We are here to gather around the person and teachings of Jesus, grow in the gospel of Jesus, and glorify the name of Jesus as we share life together, make disciples, worship together, and show mercy to the broken and needy in eastern Loudoun County, VA. Our sermons and messages aim to fuel these goals and bring the Gospel to the ears of many beyond our locale and throughout the vastness of God's Earthly Kingdom.
 
Weekly Sermons from Holy Cross Lutheran Church. We serve the community of Athens, and the students of the University of Georgia, by preaching and living out the good news of Jesus Christ and his saving love for the world. We worship each Sunday at 8:30am and 11:00am at Holy Cross Lutheran Church (800 Westlake Drive).
 
This is the official podcast of Olive Branch Community Church in Spokane, Washington.
 
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So with a heart of gratitude and trust, hear the Word. But don’t stop there. Let the Word move through your ears and settle down in your heart. And then in faith watch it flow out – adorning all that you say and do, to the glory of God. King's Cross Church is a member congregation of the CREC in Moscow, ID. Visit our website at https://kingscrossmo…
 
Scripture: Romans 1:7-17 The book of Romans answers the deepest questions we have as humans -- who do we belong to and why are we here? If we truly grasp and believe the message of Romans we will personally know God, have an assurance of heaven, and understand the gospel. This third sermon looks at the cultural shift away from Christianity and how …
 
1 Corinthians 6:1–11 | When it comes to our witness before the watching world, it's better to suffer loss for the sake of Christ than to suffer Christ for the sake of gain. | So, when airing dirty laundry in the family of God: I. Take it to the church before you take it to the courts (v. 1-4) | II. Prioritize loving action over legal action (v. 5-8…
 
The evocative and beautiful opening chapter of John’s gospel tells us: “The word became flesh and dwelt among us” That word “dwell,” literally means “to pitch a tent.” In the greek version of the old testament, that word was the same word used to describe the tent of the tabernacle, the place God told Moses to build, the place God came and lived in…
 
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