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How Much More

When we pray, God promises to respond with God’s presence, whatever the outcome of the situation we are facing in this imperfect, broken world. Very often, we are the presence of God for one another.

How Much More

 
 
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Word Five: Resurrection

God can bring new life out of those situations in which it appears that all is lost.  However, that seldom happens without our participation.

Accompanying scripture references:
Isaiah 43:1 – 7
Luke 3:15-17, 21-22

Word Five: Resurrection
The Spiritual Journey in Six Words

 
 
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You Are Blessed

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Is it possible that we already saints, made so by God?

Sermon (November 1, 2015): You Are Blessed

Accompanying scripture:
Isaiah 25:6 – 9 
Revelation 21:1-6a
Matthew 5:1 – 12

You Are Blessed

 
 
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Roadblocks to the Kingdom

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We run into many roadblocks as we attempt to follow Jesus, and most of them are of the mind and of the will.

Sermon (October 11, 2015): Roadblocks to the Kingdom

Accompanying scripture references:
Amos 5:6 – 7, 10 – 15
Mark 10:17 – 31

Roadblocks to the Kingdom

 
 
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Touched By God

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The visit of Pope Francis shows how deeply people long to be touched by God. Testimony offered by David Bleich.

Sermon (September 27, 2015): Touched by God

Accompanying scripture readings:
James 5:13-20
Luke 8:43 – 48

Touched By God

 
 
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Love, Actually

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God’s presence comes to us through ordinary human experiences.

Sermon (August 30, 2015): Love, Actually

Accompanying scripture references:
Song of Solomon 2:8 – 13, Mark 7:1 – 8, 14 – 15, 21 – 23 

Love, Actually

 
 
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Do You Also Want to Leave?

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Sermon (August 23, 2015): Do You Also Want to Leave?

Many of Jesus’ followers are abandoning him, then as today.  HIs question to his closest disciples is one also addressed to us today: “Do you also want to go away?”

Accompanying Gospel text: John 6:56 – 69

Do You Also Want to Leave?

 
 
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Arlington, VA 22201

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8:00 AM (Traditional Service with Organ)
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