Who's your favorite kind of person?  Who is your least favorite?  Both kinds (and everyone in between) have something in common and God has a desire for how you treat them all.

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James Cameron has a documentary out about the bones of Jesus having supposedly been found.  The President of Princeton Seminary was quoted on the news as saying this is great a thing because the world needs Jesus' Message.

But just what is the message of Jesus if He is in fact dead?  The Bible is very clear about that.

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They say that confession is good for the soul, but what exactly is it and what does it actually accomplish?

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How we feel about life and events depends heavily upon our perspective.  That's why we really need to understand God's perspective on reality in order to navigate day to day living and our human existance on a whole.

Please note, at the beginning of the sermon Pastor Tim refers to an image that was being projected on the front wall of the sanctuary.  You can view this image online by clicking the "read more" link below.

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David, moved by passion and love for God, wrote Psalm 138. This song reminds us of a number of things about God that can stir (or re-stir) our own passion for Him.

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A discussion about Truth and Reconciliation with two members of the Wiikwemkoong First Nation, and a member and Chief of the Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation.

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