Messages by Andrew Savoca

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The Good Life

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Join us today as we hear from the team of 14 that went to Raleigh North Carolina on a missions trip this Summer. Enjoy as we hear about their experiences and what God did in and through them!

The Rich Young Ruler

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Join us today as we finish our series in Matthew 18 and 19, as we take a look at a familiar passage about the Rich Young Ruler. Listen as we are challenged to think about what it is we lack, and are encouraged to follow Jesus without any hindrances!

A Look Through Three Lenses

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Join us as we continue our series going through the book “Sharpening the Focus of the Church” by Gene Getz. Today we take a look at creating a Philosophy of Ministry by looking through three main lenses…Scripture, History and Culture.

Philippians 3:1-11

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Philippians 3:1-11…Join us this week as we continue our series in the book of Philippians. We take a look at some warnings Paul gives to the Philippians and then some ultimate encouragement. We ultimately ask the question, “Is Jesus enough for you?”

Brokenness: It’s not the end

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Have you ever experienced a time where you were at the end of your strength? Ever had a time where you felt so incredibly exhausted or broken that you felt useless? Join us today as we hear from our Youth Group about how the world says brokenness is the end of value, but God sees brokenness completely different.

Tennessee 10 Sharing

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1 John 4:19…Join us today as we hear from the students that went to Chattanooga Tennessee this summer on a missions trip. Hear their experiences and how God worked in and through them this summer!

Celebration Sunday part 1

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“Freedom isn’t Free”…As we honor the fallen soldiers on Memorial Day, and the sacrifices that they gave so that we can enjoy physical freedom, let us also remember that freedom isn’t free. Freedom, in all shapes and sizes, requires sacrifice in some way. Listen today as we talk about eternal freedom and personal freedom, and the sacrifices that are given for both

The Life of Peter – Acts 10:39-43

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Acts 10:39-43…Join us as we continue our series “Faith in Action”, while we continue to look at Peter’s life. Today we look at how Peter, while not knowing who or what he was going to encounter, went to Cornelius’ house and boldly proclaimed Jesus’ name and work while He was on Earth. We ask the biggest question someone can ask oneself…Who is Jesus to me?

Jesus Always Does God’s Will

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Mark 3:31-35…God designed for us to care deeply for one another and in unity follow God side by side. The spiritual bond that is greater than blood ties, is one that helps us not only love and appreciate our biological families but to love and serve each other as God’s church.

The Great In The Small

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Micah 5:2-5a…if you’ve ever been lost you know there is relief when you find your way. Jesus is one who guides us and guards us, because He is our shepherd. When we feel insignificant, we know that He is greater in us, because He is with us.

Don’t Miss Out

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Book of Jonah…we are very familiar with the life of Jonah, but what we look at this Sunday is what led up to his fish encounter. But also what happened after his experience. We want to look at how to live a life that doesn’t miss out on what God has for us.

Inside Out

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Hope Student Ministries takes over our Sunday Morning Experience. They want to communicate to us that many times we allow our emotions to dictate our faith and relationship with God. You will be challenged to rethink your faith by living with your identity in Christ and to live from the inside out.

Walk the Walk

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Galatians 6:11-18…as our series finishes, our challenge from all we have learned is what are you going to do with what you’ve been given? Are you going to be someone who just talks about being a follower of Jesus or actually living in out in the everyday of your life?

I Am Free

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Galatians 4:21-31…we have freedom in Christ because of the work of the cross. Many times we don’t believe that and we live not like a child of God, but someone who chooses to live a life for self. Today we are encouraged to live in the freedom we have as we live God’s way for our lives.

Does This Offend You?

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John 6:60-71…As we conclude our series, Jesus challenges those listening to Him some words that are difficult to take. His challenge to us is to follow rather than enjoy Jesus spectating from afar.

Living The Purity Code

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Hope Student Ministries took six weeks as a youth group to discuss God’s view on having a healthy sexuality. These include honoring God with they body, renewing the mind for good, turning the eyes from worthless things and guarding the heart above all else.

His Name Will Be Called Prince of Peace

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Isaiah 9:6…What’s in a name? A name means everything. During this Advent season we see that the name of Jesus is the name above all names. This Christmas Eve, 2014, we are concluding our series by looking at Jesus the prince of peace. Among the chaos that surrounds us, we know that there is peace that is found in Christ.

Remember The Teachings

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Romans 16 – We finish our series ‘The Devoted Life’ today with a look at Romans chapter 16. Paul ends his letter to the church in Rome with some parting words about what that have in Christ and what they have been taught about Him is important as they live as a follower of Jesus. We too, are to remember what we have learned as we grow in Christ and to know that God is in the process of working in us as we wait for His return.

iLife Sunday

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John 13:12-17 – Our Sunday Morning Experience today was led by the youth in our church as our annual iLife Sunday. The students shared their experiences as they served in Harrisburg, PA, during this last summer. We were encouraged by their stories of how God used them to do His work, and challenged to learn the lessons they were taught to follow Christ’s example more closely.

It Is Finished….Period!

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In our passage in Romans, Paul commends the Israelites for their passion for God, but he then chides them for demonstrating that passion through adherence to the law. We are challenged to understand that we are often like the Israelites – wanting to take control of our own salvation and deciding how and when we will obey. But God’s plan is perfect, without us having to do anything. Christ did it all for us. Listen and be encouraged that God’s grace is more than enough to meet all we need!