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2017 Theme

Theme 2017 What does life boil down to? In the end, when all is said and done where do your hopes lie? I think that many people go through life without ever really grappling with that question. Even if we have done so it is very easy to forget and instead of living your life with that hope always in mind, to be caught up with all the many things we have to deal with. The immediate things crowd out the important things. In the process, instead of living our lives, our lives live us. As Christians, it is vital that we keep our eyes on the focal point… our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And that is what we are going to strive for in 2017. Our theme for 2017 is, “Lord I Look to You.” In every sermon series, in every sermon, in everything we do as Christians, we are going to ask the question, “Where is Jesus in this situation?”

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    2017 Theme

    Theme 2017 What does life boil down to? In the end, when all is said and done where do your hopes lie? I think that many people go through life without ever really grappling with that question. Even if we have done so it is very easy to forget and instead of living your life with that hope always in mind, to be caught up with all the many things we have to deal with. The immediate things crowd out the important things. In the process, instead of living our lives, our lives live us. As Christians, it is vital that we keep our eyes on the focal point… our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And that is what we are going to strive for in 2017. Our theme for 2017 is, “Lord I Look to You.” In every sermon series, in every sermon, in everything we do as Christians, we are going to ask the question, “Where is Jesus in this situation?”

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    Current Sermon Series

    Unchained

    Unchained “Freedom.” It’s a beautiful word. It’s a word that stirs the soul. It’s a word that people will die for. Our country dedicated to the idea freedom…of emancipation of the individual. And politically we may be free. But, are we truly free in the deeper sense? Can humans on our own, be truly, spiritually free? The answer is, “No.” The fact is that we fall into a number of traps. And spiritual liberation must come from outside us. We need a power outside us, greater than us to liberate us and to empower us. And we must be very careful not to allow ourselves to be enslaved again by those same things again.

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    Libre

    Domingo en la mañana: Libre

    ¿Te encuentras sujeto o bajo el dominio de algo o de alguien en esta vida y careces de libertad? Sabes, Dios nos ha dado un espíritu de poder, de amor y de dominio propio; nos hace sus hijos. “Estad, pues, firmes en la libertad con que Cristo nos hizo libres, y no estéis otra vez sujetos al yugo de esclavitud”. Gálatas 5.1. Esta serie del Evangelio nos llevará a alcanzar la libertad del pecado y de la muerte y llegar así a ser LIBRES. Te esperamos, ven tal y como eres. Somos una iglesia dos idiomas.

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    VBS

    VBS In the Big Inning

    In The Big Inning-Step up to the plate and swing for the fences of fun and faith with "In The Big Inning." When the kids gather at the park near the church for a Saturday of baseball, they are in for a surprising glimpse at the Bible's "Hall of Faith" in Hebrews 11. They'll meet Moses ("he got his start in the bush leagues"), Noah ("that guy can really swing the lumber"), Abraham ("with his son Isaac at the plate, it looks like the manager is calling for a sacrifice...") and many more.

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    Celebrate Recovery

    Wednesday Nights 6:00pm

Having It All

This phrase has become the motto of today’s society. When said, it is generally meant as a term to refer to someone’s dream of having a perfectly balanced life and being able to do everything one wants, especially when it comes to worldly things. The same can also be said for the Christian community. In the Christian culture, having it all means having the perfect godly family and time with God every day. However, part of being a Christian is, knowing that your life won’t be perfect. This seems contradictory to what Jesus said, “Everything is possible for those who believe.”

Therein lies the discrepancy. What does he mean by ‘everything’? Webster’s Dictionary defines everything as all that exists, or all that relates to the subject. In today’s culture many use the first definition as their justification for their lifestyle. However, the second definition of this is most likely the one Jesus meant. If we begin to define everything as all that relates to the subject all the stress of feeling the need to be perfect melts away. This ideology brings peace to one’s life and the need for everyone’s approval is diminished.

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Money!

Anxiety is one of the number one diseases that plague the wealthiest people on the planet. It’s irony at its best. The people with basics of life taken care of with all but certainty are the people who find their lives filled with life ending anxiety. We hoard up fears and worries in the same way we hoard up debt, money and material goods. In other areas of the world people live day by day, gathering water and food, wondering about shelter and medical diseases. Although I’m thankful I don’t live like that, I also think our individualistic and materialistic way of life has prevented us from a perspective that day to day living can give.

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What Does It Take To Have Revival?

Ezekiel 37 must surely be one of the most vivid and bizarre experiences in all of scripture. The Lord took Ezekiel out “in the Spirit” and set him down in the middle of a valley full of bones” (vs. 1). There were many, and they were very dry. Bleached from the sun. And he asked him a question: “Son of man, can these bones live?”

Ezekiel said: “O Lord God, you know.”

Verse 11 says, that the bones represented the whole house of Israel. Israel to the North, Judah to the South.

The bones spoke and said: “Our bones are dried up and our hope is lost.”

But God you see is in the business of restoring and reanimating dead things. So, God told Ezekiel to prophesy over the bones. What a weird preaching experience that must be. Although, I must say, as a preacher, I’ve had a few preaching experiences that have felt like that… though never at Singing Oaks!

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REVIVE TEXAS

“Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. And pray for us, too, that God may open a door for our message, so that we may proclaim the mystery of Christ, for which I am in chains. Pray that I may proclaim it clearly, as I should. Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone.” Colossians 4:2-6

I was reading through Colossians recently and came to one of my favorite sections, and since we’ve been involved with the Revive Texas outreach effort for the last 7 weeks it totally reminded me of what they are all about.

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Evangelism

A letter of encouragement to those who believe.

Sometimes it can be hard pouring into someone who doesn’t necessarily want to be poured into. Sometimes we as Christians get discouraged when a person who we’ve tried to present Jesus to isn’t responsive. Well let me encourage you my friend.

The bible has examples on how to deal with rejection.

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