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Joel Wlld | Apr. 7 2024 It’s easy for us to overlook the ascension of Jesus back to Heaven. In fact, it is often the event of Jesus’ life that gets the least amount of focus. We hear Jesus’ words, “It is to your advantage that I go away” and are left dumfounded and confused. Wouldn’t it have been better if He stayed here on this earth and lived amo…
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Kyle Kauffman | Mar. 31 2024 Most historians agree that a man named Jesus lived in the first century and died by crucifixion at the hands of the Roman Empire. Yet many believe this was the end of the story of Jesus. What if this really was the end of story? What if Jesus remained in the grave and he was never truly raised back to life like the gosp…
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Kyle Kauffman | Mar. 24 2024 How can someone who has done something wrong be made right again? How can our wrongs be atoned for? We can be prone to both minimize our own sinfulness and presume that we deserve forgiveness for whatever sins we have committed. The sacrifices in the Bible consistently make clear that our sin is a far bigger deal then w…
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Kyle Kauffman | Mar. 17 2024 Relationships can be very fragile. They can easily be fractured and broken in all sorts of ways. And when a relationship is fractured, we often look for a way for the relationship to be fixed/restored. We were created to enjoy a relationship with God. But that relationship has been fractured because of sin. And yet we f…
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Does the Holy Spirit still empower believers to heal, speak in tongues, perform miracles, and prophesy? In Part 2 of the teaching The Great Gift Giver from the series Gifted, Pastor Brandon Thomas talks about the different views on the availability of spiritual gifts and how they empower our everyday relationship with God.…
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Acts 1:8 We are Gifted to Shine the Light Matthew 5:14-16 **Shine by Attitude, Attention, Affection, and Action:** Discover how our inner thoughts, focus, loves, and deeds can radiate Christ's light, influencing those around us through the integrity of our lives. We are Gifted to Share our Story John 4:39 **Share Your Story:** Your personal encount…
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Joel Wood | Mar. 10 2024 It’s easy to trust God when the seas of our life are calm. When things are going the way we want them to, circumstances are good, and there’s no really big trials we are facing, trust in God seems to come naturally. But when suffering, temptation, and trials start to blow and rage against us, it can be hard to continue to t…
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Kyle Kauffman | Mar. 3 2024 One of the things that we notice as we read Hebrews is that it is not only full of descriptions of how Jesus is Better, but it is also interspersed with serious warnings about turning away from Jesus. While these warnings are contained throughout the book, perhaps nowhere is the warning and what’s at stake clearer then i…
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🔍 Explore the profound truths about the omnipresent Trinity. Dive into the scriptural journey as we explore the role of the Holy Spirit in pivotal moments of the Gospels. Witness the divine plan unfolding as the angel declares the miraculous conception of Jesus through the Holy Spirit (Luke 1:31-35). Experience the Holy Spirit's impact on John the …
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Kyle Kauffman | Feb. 25 2024 In Hebrews 4:14-5:10 we see Jesus described as a Perfect Priest. While the original readers of Hebrews would have understood their need for a priest, the idea of a priest likely seems foreign to us today. And yet we still look to people to play the role of a priest in our lives. We look to others who will listen to us, …
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Kyle Kauffman | Feb. 18 2024 Israel had some great leaders throughout their history, including especially Moses and Joshua. And yet the author of Hebrews wanted both them and us to see how much of a better leader Jesus is. We often choose what leaders we will trust and follow based on who they are, what they’ve done, and the promises/hope they offe…
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Dive deep into the transformative power of the Holy Spirit with our sermon on "The Fruit of the Holy Spirit" based on Galatians 5. Uncover the battle between the desires of the flesh and the Spirit, and discover how to overcome the flesh to experience the fullness of God's kingdom.Από τον Keystone Church
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Kyle Kauffman | Feb. 11 2024 We were made to worship. It’s impossible for us not to worship. Whatever we give our mind’s attention to and our heart’s affection to is what we worship. And there are all sorts of things in this life that compete for our attention and our affection. We can easily end up worshipping the wrong things. So many of thing th…
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Join us for a profound journey as we get to know the Holy Spirit in our new sermon series, "GIFTED." In a culture familiar with God the Father and God the Son but often unacquainted with the Holy Spirit, we aim to strengthen our connection with the third person of the Trinity.Από τον Keystone Church
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Joel Wood | Feb. 4 2024 When presented with different options, we all want to choose what is better. In many ways our lives are one long exercise in trying to choose what is better. Whether it’s what we do with our time, with our money, or with our energy, we are always trying to figure out what is better so that we might give our lives to what pur…
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In 2023, God gave a Vision to Keystone Church to "Conquer" the land he had given us. Now in 2024, he is calling us to "Possess" that land. At Keystone Church we are committed to always having a vision worthy of sacrifice. Join us as Pastor Brandon shares this bold vision for Keystone in 2024.Από τον Keystone Church
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📖 Join us as we explore the profound teachings of 2 Timothy 3:16-17 in understanding the divine inspiration of Scripture, and its role in hearing from God. ⚓ Next, we work through the question, “In addition to Scripture, does God speak today?” Uncover the two extreme opinions on God's communication today - Cessationism and Biblical Neglect - and un…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan. 28 2024 It’s easy for the church as a whole and us as individuals to drift in the direction of an inward focus. There are so many needs within the church that we can spend all of our time simply focused on meeting them. But God has given us a mission, and that mission requires us moving out. Moving outward with a welcoming mind…
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🙏 What is Prayer? The Westminster Shorter Catechism from 1647 defines prayer as "an offering up of our desires unto God, for things agreeable to his will, in the name of Christ, with confession of our sins, and thankful acknowledgment of his mercies.” Louie Giglio beautifully describes prayer as a steady state of awareness that shifts earthly persp…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan 21 2024 The tendency in our modern world is to either see children as a burden (keeping us from our dreams) or to see children as an idol (having our dreams wrapped up in them). Children can be seen as an inconvenience or distraction getting in the way of what really matters. God shows his value for children in the fact that He …
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This week we approach building faith through the discipline of fasting, inspired by Joel 2:1-5. The scripture urges us to turn to the Lord with fasting, weeping, and mourning, emphasizing the importance of surrendering something we love to draw closer to Jesus.In this message, we explore the obedience of fasting as a spiritual discipline, a holy ha…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan. 14 2024 It is so easy for us to view our homes as our own private refuges and fortresses. They can quickly become the places where we seek to escape the burdens of other people. What would it instead look like if we saw our homes as welcome centers: places where we could invite others in so that we could get to know them and en…
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Kyle Kauffman | Jan. 7 2024 The church is meant to be a community that looks and feels different then the world outside of it. The church is meant to be a place where people feel known and seen, loved and valued. We are called to put on display in our culture what we believe in our doctrine. Therefore, if we truly believe God is a welcoming God the…
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🌟 GRACE Discover the foundational role of grace – an undeserved favor and free gift that starts your eternal life. Explore how grace builds your abundant life through powerful verses like Romans 3:23 and 1 Corinthians 15:10. Let's cultivate a deep recognition of God's activity in our lives. 🔍 FAITH Define faith anchored in truth with Hebrews 11:1. …
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What counts as success? Some common answers may be making money, a promotion, a second home, a third home, retirement, and a Happy, thriving family. All of these are good things. But I wonder...is this what success is?Join us as we answer this question by taking a closer look at David and Saul. We can see how God recalibrates our definitions of suc…
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Brandon Fisher | Dec. 31 2023 Welcome is a metaphor for the gospel. Hospitality is central to God’s Heart. The Bible is a story of a God who displays his glory and grace by pursuing the people who have spurned Him in order to welcome them back into His family. This is perhaps displayed nowhere more clearly than in the Parable of the Prodigal Son. W…
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"They were terrified, but the angel reassured them. 'Don't be afraid!' he said. 'I bring you good news that will bring great joy to all the people'." Luke 2:10 Join us for a powerful Christmas message on the good news of Jesus' birth and the great joy it will bring to your life.Από τον Keystone Church
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Kyle Kauffman | Dec 24. 2023 Christmas is often a season of great joy. There are all sorts of reasons we make look forward to Christmas, be excited about Christmas, or be happy at Christmas. Yet so much joy at Christmas (and in all of life) is surfacy, shallow, and hollow. This doesn’t mean that it’s bad, it just means that the joy can so easily be…
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🪪 Identity Theft: I am not defined by who other people say I am, who my sins say I am, who my trauma says I am, who my circumstances say I am, or even who I say I am, my identity is in Christ alone. 👥 Chosen People: Ephesians 1:4-5 reveals God's love and predestined choice for us even before the world began. 👑 Royal Priests: Realize the significanc…
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Kyle Kauffman | Dec. 17 2023 In our lives the temptation to seek comfort in this world and apart from Gid is great. Our lives can so easily become all about finding and keeping comfort. We end up trying to avoid all that is uncomfortable even when we know God is calling us to give up our comfort. Christmas can so easily just become another season w…
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Kyle Kauffman | Dec 10 2023 We all have a tendency to put ourselves first. We our prone to prioritize our own desires, interests, honor, and recognition. We seek to look out for ourselves more than we do for others. We seek to climb the ladder and get ahead of others. We look for ways that we can serve ourselves (or that others can serve us) rather…
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🚨 Peter’s 7 Steps to Stand Firm Amid Adversity (1 Peter 4:1-4): - Equip yourself with Christ's attitude to endure suffering. - Break free from past sinful behaviors and be ready for God's will. 🔍 1. Identify and Reject the 'Flesh' (Galatians 5:19-26): - Identify fallen human nature and detour desires away from sin. - Embrace the Holy Spirit's trans…
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Our Stand Firm series continues in 1 Peter 3, where we gain insight into handling the complexities of marriages where Christ-followers navigate a path of faith, sometimes even amid differing beliefs. Discover the profound wisdom of the Bible regarding the roles of husbands and wives. The scriptural principles of submission and understanding are not…
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Joel Wood | Dec 3 2023 When it comes to knowing the truth, it is inevitable that we will disagree with others and find ourselves in situations where we feel like we need to speak up about what we believe is true. This may be with fellow Christians where we disagree on some truth or it may be in conversations with those who don’t know Christ where w…
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Kyle Kauffman | Nov 26 2023 Our ability to know and live according to the truth will be greatly affected by the information we take in. Who and what do we listen to the most, watch the most, read the most, etc? We are people who are inevitably shaped by what we give our attention to. Lots of voices (perhaps more than ever before) clamor for our att…
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Kyle Kauffman | Nov 19 2023 In a world that is full of voices, how do we determine what is true and what isn’t true? In an age where everyone has their own sources, experts, scientists and theories to back something up how do we discern what’s really true and what’s false? How do we determine what is fake news and what’s real news? How do we live w…
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Join us for the launch of our new sermon series as we delve into the powerful messages of the book of First Peter. In this letter written by the apostle Peter, we discover a treasure trove of wisdom and encouragement for navigating life's challenges. In a world filled with pressure, discrimination, and cultural shifts, Peter's timeless message enco…
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Kyle Kauffman | Nov 12 2023 Who gets the final say in what is true in your life? Who do you look to tell you what is true? Who are the authorities you submit to? Authority and truth are inevitably connected because we will look to some authority to determine what is true. But we are prone to have a skepticism and cynicism towards authority. As sinf…
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📖 Key Highlights: 🌾 Sowing and Reaping Explained: Unpack the metaphor of sowing and reaping in your spiritual life, especially in the context of giving. Understand why this word picture resonated with the early believers in an agricultural society. 🌟 The Promise from Malachi 3:12: Explore the overarching theme of our series, rooted in God's promise…
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Just like extreme sports enthusiasts can't resist the thrill of their adventures, our faith journey into extreme generosity offers a unique kick that can't be matched. Through an in-depth study of Scripture, we uncover the profound effects of extreme giving on our lives and the heart of God.From the heart-moving story of the widow's mite to the ins…
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Kyle Kauffman | Nov. 5 2023 What is truth? It’s a question that’s as old as time. And it’s a question that’s as important as life itself. We ask this question because we want to know what is true and what is false. But even more importantly we ask this question because we want to know if truth really exists and if so, how we can come to know the tr…
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Join us for a powerful sermon on managing wealth, faith, and character, as we dive deep into the parable of the Bad Manager from Luke 16. Discover the valuable lessons this story offers about money, stewardship, and aligning your life with God's plan.In this eye-opening message, you'll learn:✨ The importance of understanding that everything belongs…
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Joel Wood | Oct. 29 2023 One of the storylines we can find traced throughout the Bible is that there is a cosmic, unseen, spiritual war that is happening throughout history. It is not simply a war of good vs. evil or of two equally competing powers. Rather it is a war between God and Satan. It is a war that Satan started when he attempted to take G…
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Kyle Kauffman | Oct 22 2023 Our relationships with other people can simultaneously be one of the greatest gifts we experience in this life and one of the greatest challenges we face in this life. This is especially true in our closest of relationships with the people that we live with, work with, and see every day. The gospel is the good news of ho…
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