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Sermon Scribbles - December 20, 2015

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With our return to two services on Sunday morning, we're also returning to the use of Sermon Scribbles for older children during our 8:30AM worship service. Here is a copy of the Sermon Scribble for December 20, 2015. ...

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Jesus and the Jelly of the Month Club

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I love National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Love it. I’ve seen it over 100 times. It never gets old. I watch it and laugh and laugh and laugh. Then I rewind it and laugh some more. One reason that I love it so much is the almost indomitable optimism of Clark W. Griswold. Standing like a lone poinsettia before a fireplace of cynical relatives, self-absorbed n...

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2015 Greater and Refinance End-of-the-year Update

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Willow Creek Church has grown over the years. This necessitated a series of facility expansions. From member homes to a local storefront to a modest building on East Lake Drive to our present multi-building campus, God's been gracious through your faithful giving to expand our presence in Winter Springs and its surrounding communities.  Our goal now is to get free of...

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Back to Two Worship Services!

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On Sunday, we returned to a two service schedule on Sunday mornings. I loved it. For one, the attendance at our early service was way higher than I expected. That was very encouraging. It’s nice to see people willing to worship bright and early! That, along with everyone’s willingness to be seated in the two center sections of pews, maintained a warm, personal...

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Christ Frees Us to Dare, Not Just Do

When is the last time that you dared something great? Note that I didn’t ask when you tried to do something great. I want to know when you dared something great. Daring is more than doing. Dare involves risk. It invites danger. It threatens loss. Dare lays our pride on the altar, above the threatening flames of potential embarrassment, even humiliation. In short,...

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