The Lost Symbol series #3: “Wrath Averted”

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There is both good and bad in the fact that the cross has become a very familiar sight in our world. We see it everywhere we turn from buildings to jewelry. The message of the cross is so simple a child can understand, yet it is so rich that even if we were to spend every waking moment of our entire lives studying it we would fail to mine all the riches to be found there. In this series we will seek to mine some of those riches and spark a passion in each of us to pray as the hymn writer wrote “Jesus, keep me near the cross.”

 

The Lost Symbol series #1: “O What Sacrifice”

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There is both good and bad in the fact that the cross has become a very familiar sight in our world. We see it everywhere we turn from buildings to jewelry. The message of the cross is so simple a child can understand, yet it is so rich that even if we were to spend every waking moment of our entire lives studying it we would fail to mine all the riches to be found there. In this series we will seek to mine some of those riches and spark a passion in each of us to pray as the hymn writer wrote “Jesus, keep me near the cross.”

 

Soul Set Ablaze series #3: “A to Z”

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The psalms have a lot to say about the power of God’s Word for our souls. They also have a lot to say about how precious God’s Word is the more we get to know it. This series looks at three psalms and what they have to say about the way in which we approach and interact with the Bible.

 

Soul Set Ablaze series #1: “Delight Filled Meditation”

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The psalms have a lot to say about the power of God’s Word for our souls. They also have a lot to say about how precious God’s Word is the more we get to know it. This series looks at three psalms and what they have to say about the way in which we approach and interact with the Bible.

 

Gameplan series #3: “Multiply. Send Disciples”

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The third message of this series examines the importance of legacy to the ministry of Jesus and the early disciples applying this importance to our own ministry today.

 

Gameplan series #2: “Love. Be Disciples”

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This second message in the series takes a look at the Great Commandment given by Jesus with a focus on how we are to live this out in our everyday lives.

 

Gameplan series #1: “Go: Make Disciples”

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As we begin 2014, MorningStar is taking a month to examine the key teachings of Jesus to the church that are to define who we are and how we live in this world. This first message looks at Matthew 28:18-20, the Great Commission, seeking to understand and act upon Jesus words to go and make disciples.

 

Desired Reward

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2013 has been a year of blessing for MorningStar. In the midst of the everyday challenges that we faced throughout the year we also saw the grace and power of God on display. As we close out the year, we want to reflect, rejoice, and look ahead to prepare for God’s continuing work in the new year. We find encouragement and hope in this message as we focus on the truth that God is the rewarder of those who earnestly seek Him.

 

Unexpected Presence series #5 “Bearing Disgrace with Praise”

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The final woman found in the genealogy of Jesus Christ is Mary. This young girl displays amazing faith and obedience to the Lord as she is faced with what others surely deemed a disgraceful circumstance. While Mary could have been overcome by her situation, instead she chose to praise God and ponder His amazing grace throughout her life.

 

Unexpected Presence series #4 “Blessings Amid Brokenness”

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2 Samuel 11-12 is a tragically familiar narrative for many. It is the story of David and Bathsheba. Though the account is heart-breaking because we are given a detailed account of the ongoing consequences of this one night of passion, it is also an account filled with God’s grace as we witness Bathsheba taken as a wife by David and giving birth to the next king of Israel, ultimately being included in the family tree of Jesus Christ. Bathsheba’s story reminds us that God’s grace is often woven amidst the pain of our lives.