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Healing Faith by bob

January 26th, 2014

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When our sickness and our healing turn us toward Jesus, they have done their work. Matthew 8:1-17 January 26, 2014 Stories of healing faith In our studies in the Gospel of Matthew, the Gospel of identity, we have learned that we know best who we are when we know who Jesus is.  What Matthew does […]

The Disciplines of the Disciple by bob

January 19th, 2014

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My practice of Christian disciplines reflects what I think of God. Matthew 6:1-18 January 16, 2014 A Manual of Discipline? Following today’s worship service, Charlie Tracy will receive the highest award in Boy Scouts:  the Eagle Scout award.  It’s quite an accomplishment.  Becoming an Eagle requires years of active participation in a Scout troop, 21 […]

The Blessings of a Disciple by bob

January 12th, 2014

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When you realize your greatest need is need, every need is another blessing. Matthew 5:1-12 January 9, 2014 The Golden Circle Yesterday at our church leadership retreat, we listened to a YouTube video by Simon Sinek, a business consultant, who says, “People don’t buy what you do.  They buy why you do it….The goal is […]

Corinth Reformed Church – Hickory, NC Leadership Retreat  2014– Three Questions If someone were to say to you, “I’ve heard Corinth is really growing right now.  What’s going on over there?  How do you do it?”  What might you say? 

Heaven Opened by bob

January 5th, 2014

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One source of identity can never be taken away – what God thinks of us. Matthew 3:13-17 January 5, 2014 Mental images Two primary questions have occupied my attention this week as I have studied, discussed and prayed about the story of Jesus’ baptism in Matthew 3. First, why was Jesus baptized? Second, Are the […]