Part 4 – What It Takes

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In Nehemiah 3-4, the people of israel begin to rebuild the wall in Jerusalem. As they began to build they faced all sorts of adversity, but they were able to overcome this through working together. It took all of the people to rebuild the city. When it comes to rebuilding our lives, community and country requires all of us to participate in owning the situation.

Preached by Brian Shore

Global Link Associates

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Sharing on their experience in the field and the history of the Alliance, Bob Formica lays open the opportunities that exist for our church through the Great Commission. We can Pray, Give or Go. Each one of us is called to participate in one of these ways. To learn more about Bob and his wife Karen please go to http://sedcma.org/Missions/GlobalLinkAssociates.aspx

Preached by Bob Formica

Part 3 – Why?

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Looking at the end of Nehemiah chapter 2, Brian shows us that when evil and sickness happen we often want to know why these things happen. These things always happen by the will of God, but they do not always correlate to punishment and sin. We have sickness in our community, and the scriptures show that these things happen for God to be glorified in what ever circumstances happen.

Preached by Brian Shore

Part 1 – Great Trouble

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The land and world we live in is in need of restoration. Beginning this new series in Nehemiah, Brian calls the church to look at their lives and reflect upon the rebuilding that needs to occur in each one of our own lives. We are all leaders and Nehemiah shows us an example of what it means to lead the cause of restoration in our community.

Preached by Brian Shore

Jotham: Lessons for Life

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Looking at the life of King Jotham from the Old Testament, Bob highlights the truth that Pastor Brian has been preaching about the last few weeks. Primarily looking at 2 Chronicles 27, we see that this lesser known king was a good king and although he did not bring about great change in the world, was exactly where God wanted him to be; abiding in him.

Preached by Bob Finley

Justice & Mercy

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Looking at Micah 6, Hosea 6, and a couple other passages, Brian breaks down what we are called to do as Christians. To what extent are we to go in following Jesus? What can I get away with and still be okay with God? These may be some of the questions that we ask ourselves. However, God’s word is clear in telling us to that God is not as much satisfied with our sacrifices and worship as obeying him and living humbly before him.

Preached by Brian Shore

Vision of the Future

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Brain shares a message that has been on his heart for a while. Looking at the past can be good for understanding the future as long as one does not dwell in the past. Looking at Ephesians 4 primarily, Brian shows what it means for the church to be unified and working toward the goal of advancing the kingdom of God.

Preached By Brian Shore

Psalm 122

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We live in a land full of unrest and strife. Looking at Psalm 122 and David’s prayer for peace, Brian points out that that God provides us peace in all situations. This theme of peace continues in Christ’s words. Christ is our peace and calls us to be peaceful. We are incapable of being peaceful, but the Holy Spirit produces peace in our lives. Listen and see how this applies to our lives.

Preached by Brian Shore

Changing the World

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In light of the recent shootings in Baton Rouge, St. Paul, and Dallas; Brian takes a break from the planned sermon and digs into 2 Chronicles 7:14ff and the need for God’s people to change their ways and take an active role in changing the culture around them for God’s sake. It takes humbleness, repentance and brokenness.

Preached by Brian Shore

False Teachers – Pt 2.

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In 2 Peter 3, the believers of Peter’s time were warned about false teachers and their damage upon the church. One example is of Ballam from the book of Numbers. Brian expounds on the story of Ballam and the way that even he was rebuked by a donkey. This is part two of a two part sermon which was started on 6/5/16.

Preached by Brian Shore

Leaving Egypt

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Taking a brief break from 1 Peter, Brian takes a look at the great commission and how it applies for us to go across cultures to proclaim the gospel. Looking at Exodus 14:10ff Brian correlates how just as it was difficult for the Israelites to leave Egypt so it may be difficult for us to leave behind cultural experiences to be present where God has called us.

Preached by Brian Shore

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