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Rhodes Sermon Series - Galatians

Do you feel pessimistic about the the nature of the world and even our own inability to do what is right? Well, there is good reason to feel pessimistic. God says that our human nature is enslaved to sin - that is not trusting God and his way and making it up as we go. As a result, the world in which we live is perverse and unhappy. What is worse, God says a day of his jus...

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Rhodes Sermon Series - Jonah

Does life take you where you don’t want to go? Does God push your buttons in ways that you just want to say “just let me be”; or is the pressure of following Jesus just getting a bit much! Well, join the Jonah club. Of all the Old Testament prophets, Jonah is the most reluctant, macabre and bitter of the servants of God. As New Testament prophets (Acts 2.1-21), the c...

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Rhodes Sermon Series - Genesis: Walking with God

The story of Genesis is about the story of God in the life of the early fathers of Judaism: Abram, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph. Through these men, their families and the world in which they live, God is establishing the foundation to His story in human history....

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John Sermon Series - Concord & Rhodes

What is life? What do I believe about life? What am I here for? What do I believe I am here for? Of all the recent generations of human beings, our present generation is probably the one that struggles to answer these questions with any real conviction. The author of John’s gospel states "these have been written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of G...

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What Sort of City - Rhodes 2018

WALK UP EVANGELISM - THURSDAY NIGHTS While doing some walk up evangelism last week, I met a Sri Lankan man, his wife and baby going for a stroll. So, Ed La and I walked up to him and asked him about the role of church in the Rhodes community. His answers were either vague, evasive, or he simply didn’t understand the question. I couldn't tell. So I asked him anothe...

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