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The Gospel is for All People

A sermon by Michael Pahl on August 11, 2019, called “The Gospel is for All People,” reflecting on Colossians 3:1-17.  It is the fourth and last in our summer series on “Colossians: The Fullness of the Gospel.” Here is a … Continue reading

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Jesus is the Gospel/The Gospel is Jesus

A sermon by Michael Pahl on July 28, 2019, called “Jesus is the Gospel/The Gospel is Jesus,” reflecting on Colossians 2:1-15.  It is the third in our summer series on “Colossians: The Fullness of the Gospel.” Here is a written … Continue reading

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The Gospel Is for All Creation

A sermon by Michael Pahl on July 21, 2019, called “The Gospel Is for All Creation,” reflecting on Colossians 1:15-29.  It is the second in our summer series on “Colossians: The Fullness of the Gospel.” Here is a written excerpt: … Continue reading

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Bearing Gospel Fruit

A sermon by Michael Pahl on July 14, 2019, called “Bearing Gospel Fruit,” reflecting on Colossians 1:1-14.  It is the first in our summer series on “Colossians: The Fullness of the Gospel.” Here is a written excerpt: If we want … Continue reading

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Colossians: The Fullness of the Gospel

Our summer worship series is focused on Paul’s letter to the Colossians, exploring “The Fullness of the Gospel.” Please join us in worshiping the Creator who reconciles all creation! Here are the four sermons preached by Pastor Michael Pahl in … Continue reading

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Christ Our Crucified King

Christ the “King.” The “kingdom” of God. I wonder if we’re too used to these words, “king” and “kingdom.” They don’t unnerve us quite the way they should. They should be deeply unsettling. After all, “kings” are absolute rulers. Each one … Continue reading

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(Re-)Imagining Worship

It’s interesting that the New Testament never gives a detailed description of exactly what went on when the first Jesus-followers gathered together to worship. There’s no divinely inspired “order of service.” Sure, we get some glimpses of early Christian worship here … Continue reading

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