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Messed Up: Justice

By Brad Quiring on March 31, 2019

Psalm 37:1-16. We want what is right, true and just. But it doesn’t happen in our world. Life is not fair because of sin in the world, which gives birth to evil actions. The true follower of Christ is marked by their faith in God and righteous behaviour, especially toward others, because that is what God desires.

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Messed Up: Morals

By Brad Quiring on March 24, 2019

Relativism chooses every turn, every pace, every street, according to its own autonomous preferences, and submits to no truth. God's Word, the Bible, calls followers of Jesus to a much higher standard: the standard of Truth. Truth based on what God has established from a loving and wise heart and mind.

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Messed Up: Gods

By Brad Quiring on March 17, 2019

Messed Up Gods – A Mess of Religion. On the surface, most religions look the same, but the difference is at the very heart and core of the belief system. How do we show truth in an age of pluralism? If Christ is the Only Way, what about everyone else? See how we've created a mess for ourselves by creating gods...

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Messed Up: Everything

By Brad Quiring on March 7, 2019

We're beginning our new series called "Messed Up". This week has to do with the origin of sin and how it has affected everything. We'll look at answers to the question of "Why is there evil and disasters?", "Why do people do evil things?", "Why do bad things happen to good people?" and finally give the hope that is found...

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Children Matter to God. Camp Nutimik Sunday

By Wayne Eisbrenner, Executive Director Camp Nutimik on March 3, 2019

Abundant Life and Camp Nutimik have been partners since 1990. Camp Nutimik provides a safe, fun environment for children to learn about Jesus and life. It is also one of the best leadership development programs around, bringing young people in to learn servant leadership skills. Wayne Eisbrenner, Camp Executive Director, will be sharing how children matter to God. Mark 10:13-16

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