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Sermons

She’s Someone

She’s Someone Psalm 22:1-11; Hebrews 4:12-16 10/14/2018   Some of the warning signs are pretty obvious.  Extreme jealousy and possessiveness, including unfounded accusations of their partner flirting with other people or even having an affair.  An unpredictably bad temper that leads to verbal abuse, or even abuse of other family members or pets.  Extremely controlling

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All for One, One for All

“All for one and one for all” Lucas 11:1-8 World Communion Sunday offers congregations a unique opportunity to experience Holy Communion in the context of the global community of faith. The first Sunday of October has become a time when Christians in every culture break bread and pour the cup to remember and affirm Christ

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The Requirements

The Requirements Micah 6:1-8 9/30/2018   [Read Micah 6:1-5]   This has been an exhausting and gut-wrenching week of news.  I don’t know about you, but I’m glad to be in church this morning.  Because here, we have the civility and dignity to be able to sit next to people and talk to people and

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The Way

The Way John 3:1-10 9/23/2018   There was a surprising speaker at the 2006 National Prayer Breakfast.  If you’re unfamiliar with this annual event, the National Prayer Breakfast has been held every year since 1953, usually on the first Thursday in February.  It’s hosted by Congress, and organized on their behalf by a Christian organization

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Shine Like Stars

Shine Like Stars Philippians 2:1-15 9/16/2018   Each of grows up learning certain narratives.  I’m talking about “macro” narratives, big picture narratives.  Narratives about how the world is and how the world works.  Narratives about things like history, nationality, political affiliation, theology.  And the narratives that we learn growing up go a long way toward

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A Way of Life

A Way of Life John 2:13-22 9/9/2018   In the preface to his book The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion Is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian, pastor and theologian Brian McLaren writes:  “The Bible…tells a story of humans on the move, tracing the human journey from life as hunter-gatherers in

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What Matters Most

What Matters Most Philippians 2:1-11 Abbey Echols Sunday, September 2, 2018     Intro: Have you ever been sitting at a stoplight, running late for a meeting, impatiently waiting for the light to turn green, and there on the corner is a person experiencing homelessness?  She holds a sign that says, “Homeless.  Hungry.  Any amount

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Simple, But Not Easy

Simple, But Not Easy John 6:56-69 8/26/2018   [Read John 6:56-60]   Every Tuesday morning at Staff Meeting, someone offers a devotional to begin our time together.  We rotate this responsibility on a monthly basis.  In August, Pastor Joe Ed is doing the devotional.  And this past Tuesday he shared a story that he had

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Sacramental Theology

Sacramental Theology  John 6:51-58 8/19/2018   Before we moved to Sherman, we served First United Methodist Church of Henrietta, Texas.  Henrietta, population 3,000, is the county seat of Clay County, population 10,000.  We lived in the parsonage right next to the church.  We spent three years there, a wonderful season of our lives upon which

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To Be Determined

To Be Determined John 6:35, 41-51 8/12/2018   Every summer, we vacation with my wife, Whitney’s, family — her mom, and her two brothers and their families, thirteen of us in all.  This year, we went to Colorado, spending a week in Breckenridge doing various mountain adventures.  The temperature never got higher than the 70’s,

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Wonderful modern spirit filled service that welcomes everyone wherever they are in their life and spiritual journey.

Michael Deen
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Mosaic is home for my family. I can not express how much joy I get from raising my babies in such an awesome atmosphere with such amazing people.

Jennifer Simpson
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I have always felt welcomed at almost any church service I had attended in the past. However, Mosaic is the first place since my childhood church that I found what I had been looking for: home.

Mason Morrison