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What Will You Take Home? by Bob Thompson

March 28th, 2016

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Jesus knows your name, which means he knows your story. John 20:1-18 The girl and the boys I have two questions for you today as I begin the sermon. Why did you come?  What will you take home? I’ve been thinking about them all week. My friend Todd Byrd was at my house Friday, kind […]

The Tipping Point by Bob Thompson

March 21st, 2016

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Do I honor Jesus for who he is or who I want him to be? John 12:12-19 Palm Sunday or Branch Friday? It’s been interesting, to say the least, to take another look this week at one of the more familiar stories about Jesus in the Gospels. Alongside the story of Easter, Good Friday, and […]

Glory and Love by Bob Thompson

March 13th, 2016

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His love made it possible for us to see glory in one another. John 13:31-35 The glory of love I’ve had an unchurchy song in mind since I chose my sermon title.  The song won an Academy award for as the “Best Original Song” for the movie Karate Kid Part II.  This was Peter Cetera’s […]

Love’s End by Bob Thompson

March 7th, 2016

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If I knew what Jesus knows, would I love as Jesus loves? John 13:1-17 To completion he loved them Those of you who have been at Corinth less than a decade don’t know Linda’s and my children, who are all amazing and spread out from the coast of North Carolina to Honolulu. Our middle child, […]

Death as Glory by Bob Thompson

February 28th, 2016

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You know you know Christ when you can face death with not just confidence but joy. John 12:20-36 Expository preaching Pastor Paul and I have had some conversations lately about how easy it is in worship and preaching to fall into the same pattern. Jesus doesn’t do that. He tailors his preaching and teaching and […]