Blessed Assurance take this job and.
Sermons
David Page

Blessed Assurance – Take This Job and – Pastor Dave Page

No relationship is just a relationship; it’s a context for relating to Jesus. No job is merely work; it is a context for serving Jesus. What we do matters. The most important application of this word is the realization that we are slaves of Jesus. We belong to him and serve him. If we take seriously that he is the origin and recipient of every act that we undertake, all our work takes on greater meaning and our treatment of people changes. Work will be done with care, not just to get by. People will be nurtured, not used or ignored. Our call is to reflect His love and truth.

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Blessed Assurance - All in the Family
Sermons
Marlee Page

Blessed Assurance – All In The Family – Sermon – Pastor Marlee Page

God calls parents to disciple their children. You can’t make your children Christians, but you can make it easy to love Jesus in your home.
You can endeavour to make your home ring with gospel joy.
You can endeavour to make your family not only a family of Christians, but a Christian family—sold out for Christ and his cause.
God has more for us than the hum-drum life of work, rest, and entertainment.
He has more for your children than extra-curricular activities and college scholarships and good jobs.
He has the storehouses of grace and glory for your family.

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Blessed Assurance April 3 2022
Sermons
David Page

I Wanna’ Be Like You, Dad – Sermon – Dave Page

We are like the moon … the night is dark. But every night the moon reflects the sun that is no longer visible. In darkness, when you can’t see the sun, you can know it is there by how it reflects off of the moon. When you chose to live following God’s example, you are being the light that is most often bringing wisdom in to the darkness around us.

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Blessed Assurance who you were made to be
Sermons
Pastors Page

Blessed Assurance – Who You Were Made to Be – Pastors Marlee and Dave Page

Christian means “little Christ.” In everything we do, we want to emulate Jesus’s example. And as we move further on our journey, we want to look more like our Savior every day. In doing so, we need to show kindness and compassion. Remember, Judas ate too. Jesus washed his feet during the Last Supper, even though he knew how Judas had already betrayed him and how he would betray him later on.
If Christ can wash Judas’ feet, we can show kindness to everyone, even our enemies.

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