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Weekly sermons from Community Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. CPC is a progressive congregation in the Presbyterian Church USA committed to sharing the love of God, hope of Christ, and working towards justice and equity in the world. Learn more at www.communitypresbyterianchurch.com.
 
If you are looking to make positive changes in your life, learn to reduce stress, move forward towards success and happiness, or gain a new perspective on life - you don’t want to miss this show. I’m a Board Certified Hypnotherapist and Certified Life Coach, and we’ll be talking about what’s important to you. How do I know- for one hour I’ll be taking calls, providing coaching, answering questions and tackling your problems. This is about YOU. It’s an hour of talk you don’t want to miss.
 
Although we all know that forgiveness is good for us, life sometimes gets in the way. It’s true; hurts, abuse, neglect, abandonment, addictions, frustrations, financial issues, health issues and loss all get in the way of living a peaceful existence. But here’s the truth: YOU can still feel peace within, even when the trauma drama of the world is going on around you. These Forgiveness Lessons will teach you how. There is no better time to start building your forgiveness muscles than now! You ...
 
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Advent begins a season of waiting. We wait on the fulfillment of God's promises in Jesus Christ. But as we wait, we are called to be people of hope. What does that mean and how should our lives look as people living in hope? Join Pastor Jason Schiller for his sermon on waiting in hope based on Luke 21:25-36. Support the show (http://www.communitypr…
 
Moses received the Ten Commandments a long time ago. By the time Jesus comes into the picture, the Law had been used for centuries to hold power over people. This is not what God intended, and Jesus made this known repeatedly in his ministry. Jesus summed up the Law, all 613 commandments, to two; love the Lord your God with all your mind, heart, st…
 
We come to the last of the Ten Commandments with Exodus 20:17, Do Not Covent. Our culture conditions us to never be satisfied, to always envy the life and possessions of others. But coveting others has severe consequences to our lives and our faith. Join Pastor Jason Schiller as we seek to understand what God we getting to in this last commandment.…
 
Finally, a simple commandment...do not kill. But as we look at the Sixth Commandment, we quickly find a lot of nuance, especially when we examine how Jesus interpreted this commandment. Join Pastor Jason Schiller for week six in our sermon series on The Ten Commandments. Exodus 20:13. Support the show (http://www.communitypresbyterianchurch.com/giv…
 
This week we discuss the fourth commandment, "Keep the Sabbath Holy". What does a holy Sabbath look like for us, the modern reader? Our culture does not value rest. In fact, we often think of rest as laziness, and we fill our calendars beyond the breaking point to avoid being seen as lazy. But God rested and called the rest day holy. Join Pastor Ja…
 
Exodus 20:7 "You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not acquit anyone who misuses his name." We hear the word God used often throughout our day, though not usually in a good way. It seams to be some people's favorite way to curse! But if we really think about it, we are all guilty of misusing God's name.…
 
Exodus 20:4-6 "You shall not make for yourself an idol, whether in the form of anything that is in heaven above, or that is on the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, punishing children for the iniquity of parents, to the third and the four…
 
This episode begins an 11 week sermon series on the Ten Commandments. The Ten Commandments find their way into the public square from time to time, but what did they mean for those in the book of Exodus and what do they mean for us today? Join Pastor Jason Schiller for this journey into the Law. We begin with the first commandment, found in Exodus …
 
As humans, we hold to many meaningful traditions in our lives. Most families have traditions build around celebrating holidays. The church is full of traditions. But how do our traditions affect our faith and our calling to follow God? Are all our traditions good? Join Pastor Jason Schiller as he explores the role of tradition in faith in this serm…
 
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