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Colossians: "And We're Off . . ."
Jason Byers

May 3, 2015
And we're off on our study through Paul's letter to the Colossians. Under the influence of Rome and competing/shifting spiritualities, Paul writes to encourage the believers to remain true to the core of the Christian faith. Here goes somethin'.
Length: 42m
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Embracing Our Hope
Jason Byers

May 10, 2015
The Apostle Paul begins his letter with a relaying of his prayers on their behalf. His prayers are generally thanksgivings about the faith and love that have sprung from their hope being in heaven. Pastor Jason uses this to exhort us to "Embrace our HOPE in heaven and enjoy its fruit."
Length: 47m
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Promising Prescriptives
Jason Byers

May 17, 2015
As Paul begins relaying his heart for the believers in Colossae, we see 3 particular practices for us: have our words be characterized by prayer, make known our love for other believers, and actively share about this amazing news of Jesus to see it increase in us and abroad.
Length: 46m
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Christ & the True Value of Theology
Jason Byers

May 24, 2015
The church ought to be more like an entrepreneurial enterprise, not a government worker sitting around waiting for their pension. We need to be actively participating, engaging, "GO"ing and putting our faith on the line. This is the kind of church we want to be. How will we get things done for the kingdom?
Length: 49m
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Riches, Power ... and Suffering
Jason Byers

May 31, 2015
The times would seem to indicate that various realities of suffering are on the rise for followers of Jesus. If there is any hope to stay true to Christ in the midst of hostility, we must have a firm understanding about the role of suffering in our lives.
Length: 46m
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Knit Together: Jesus over Division and Delusion
Jason Byers

June 7, 2015
This week we follow Paul through a discussion of his concern for the Colossian believers. In it we many practical encouragements for our relationship with Christ and each other.
Length: 45m
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Gospel Triumph: Jesus Over Earthly Tradition and Spirits
Carl DeJong

June 14, 2015
Carl steps in to preach while Pastor Jason and others are away in Honduras taking the gospel to "all peoples". This week we learn more about the Gospel triumph over threatening philosophies.
Length: 42m
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Jesus Christ: Substance Over Shadow
Fathers Day | Joel Oosterman

June 21, 2015
Joel gives encouraging, practical insight on how Christ is supreme and central beyond various shadows of religion and man-made standards; also encouraging fathers to lead and love from what Christ has purchased on the cross and not from performance.
Length: 42m
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The Position of Christ For the Believer
Jason Byers

June 28, 2015
In Colossians 3 the Apostle Paul gives a great description of the calling and nature of the resurrected life. This week Pastor Jason explores 4 truths from verses 1-4 that point us UPWARD and FORWARD.
Length: 35m
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Christ IS all, and IN all, dress accordingly
Jason Byers

July 12, 2015
Paul in his letter to the Colossians, gives us an exhorattaion of what it means to be re-calibrated to Christ. Paul here is not simply givingin to the church a list of do's and dont's, but in fact giving us a perfect picture of the hear of a believer and the heart of God.
Length: 41m
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Christ THROUGH me (relationships/work)
Jason Byers

July 19, 2015
Paul continues to exhort the church teaching of the inevitable transformation and hope which occurs within the walk of the believer as Christ works through us, for us and in us. How does this effect our relationships? Our work?
Length: 40m
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A Recipe for Declaring Christ
Merlin Liu

August 2, 2015
Having exhorted the church to persist in watchful and thankful prayer, Paul continued to instruct the Colossians in the most pertinent aspects of proper Christian living... namely, our prayer, our conduct, and our speech, as the recipe for declaring Christ to the unbelieving world.
Length: 47m
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