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by Randy Urwiller

Why do we make excuses? There can be valid excuses, but sometimes people make excuses to protect themselves and their self image.

by Randy Urwiller

People generally like to avoid risk - to play it safe. In our Christian walk are we becoming more risk averse? Practicing living faith means taking some risks.

by Randy Urwiller

There are two biblical metaphors which remind us of vital spiritual actions we need to be applying now and always. They are "I am the bread of life" and "put on Christ." How can remembering these two metaphors help us maintain a right relationship with God and with neighbor?

by Randy Urwiller

Each year during the Passover service, we read Jesus Christ's private last words and instructions to His twelve disciples. But what were His last public words and instruction to the multitudes, to friends and foes? His final public discourse is found in Matthew 21-23, Luke 20, and Mark 11-12.

by Randy Urwiller

This sermon draws from God's Word a message of encouragement and hope to help us face those difficult challenges and times of life. God's Word reveals an approach we need to have in life. What is that approach? It's this: Be faithful to God, and God will turn the bitter into sweet.

by Randy Urwiller

God is our Creator, and Scripture reveals His wonderful purpose in His design for humanity. In this sermon, we turn to the Bible to confirm God's view and purpose for the two sexes/genders, sexual morality, marriage, and family.

by Randy Urwiller

Seeking and pursuing God's Kingdom and His righteousness must be our life's greatest priority. In this sermon we will review several of God's qualities or characteristics which He instructs us to pursue, and we will also consider an ironic aspect our God-given pursuit in life.

by Randy Urwiller

World leaders are determined to save the planet and humanity from its greatest common enemy: global warming! How? By trusting in the three things humanity has always trusted and gloried in: human ingenuity, human strength, and human wealth. And how about you?