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Finding Financial Freedom (Nehemiah 5:1-19)

In this sermon, we learn that financial freedom is found when we have just what we need to do what God wants us to do.
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Dealing with Discouragement (Nehemiah 4:1-15)

Some Christians and some churches are infected by Eeyore Syndrome! They’re discouraged and complaining and they drag others down with them. This sermon examines the way Nehemiah dealt with discouragement. We are encouraged to place our difficulties in Go…

Jesus Loves the Bad Guys (Luke 19:1-10)

Sunday’s Battle Ready Sermon: Jesus Loves the Bad Guys (Luke 19:1-10)
 
This Bible Message, given in our Second Sunday Celebration (with a focus on All-Age Worship), declares that Jesus loves the bad guys! Weaving together the plot of the Dreamworks’ fil…

Future Builders | Wait For It! (Nehemiah 2:1-10)

Sunday’s Battle Ready Sermon: Future Builders | Wait For It! (Nehemiah 2:1-10)
In this sermon, we are reminded that sometimes God asks us to wait before we act. How good are we at waiting?
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Faithful and Available Builders

Sunday’s Battle Ready Sermon: Faithful and Available Builders
 
This sermon, on the occasion of Captain Rob’s Installation as Commanding Officer of Maidenhead Citadel Salvation Army, reminds us that every Christian can take their place as a builder of th…

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