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Word That Frees is a church where the primary focus is on Jesus and His redemptive work. Our determination is like that of the Apostle Paul. We want to know nothing else among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified. We do not preach to your sin. We declare your righteousness. We believe that this is a time of a gospel reformation in which the culture of the church is changing. It’s not about rules; it’s about relationship. It’s not about laws; it’s about love. It’s not about you; it’s all ...
 
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Love is like a coin. It has two sides to it. One side is expressed with kind words, tender mercy, and affection. The other side of love is expressed with warnings, rebukes, and correction. Sometimes, the most loving thing we can do is to tell others what they don’t want to hear. Parents who love their children do this all the time! In the book of M…
 
We all know that the Gospel has the power to reconcile us to God, but did you know it also has the power to reconcile us to one another? The latter may seem more unlikely than the former but it is true! Check out this week’s message as we look at the shortest letter written by Paul in the New Testament and how its message transformed the lives and …
 
The Bible was written for our instruction and our good! One practical application of being complete in Christ is holy living, especially in regard to our relationships with others. In Colossians 3:18-4:1, Paul moves from talking about what this looks like in the church to what it looks like in the home. It is intensely personal and practical. Check…
 
Christ is not enough! You need something more in order to be complete. That is what the false teachers were telling the believers in Colossae. The “something more” that these false teachers promised was a mixture of Christianity and a bunch of -isms! (i.e. Gnosticism; paganism; mysticism; asceticism; Judaism and legalism.) The Apostle Paul wrote th…
 
In the letter to the Colossians, we learn that every believer is complete in Christ, but that doesn’t mean that we can sit back and coast through the Christian life. Receiving Christ is just the beginning. We need to be rooted, built up, and established in the faith so that we are not held captive by false philosophies and deceptive teachings. Chec…
 
People love mysteries. We read books and watch movies to entertain ourselves with mysteries. Real life mysteries are even better. In the book of Colossians, the Apostle Paul speaks of a real life mystery, but it is not something eerie or inscrutable, rather it is a truth that God has hidden in ages past, but is now revealed to His saints. Check out…
 
What does it take to live the Christian life? Do we need some special knowledge or experience? Do we need to follow certain rules or regulations? Is there a secret formula we need to follow…or is Christ enough? The apostle Paul’s letter to the Colossians addresses all these questions and more. Check out this week’s message as we begin a new sermon …
 
“The only way the kingdom of God is going to be manifest in this world before Christ comes is if we manifest it by the way we live as citizens of heaven and subjects of the King.” R.C. Sproul Check out this week’s message as look at what Scripture has to say about the Kingdom of God and unpack another one of our Core Values: “Kingdom Building”.…
 
The most offensive thing in our culture today, is not doing something wrong or sinful. It is calling it wrong or sinful! This week we are concluding our sermon series, Unquestioned Answers, by looking at yet another popular cliché, “It’s not my place to judge.” People everywhere have been conditioned to respond with this line because of the immense…
 
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