Violence in the Vineyard

***[For audio only, select the headphones icon above the video on the right side]*** In the sixth (and final) sermon of the Tell Me a Story series, we look at the Parable of the Tenants. Jesus uses this parable to teach the people shortly before the final events of his life play out. On the […]

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Do Not Be Deceived

***[For audio only, select the headphones icon above the video on the right side]*** In the fifth sermon of the Tell Me a Story series, our guest speaker (Matthew Fowler) teaches about the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector. In this parable, neither character speaks to the other. Each of them speaks with […]

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Persist

***[For audio only, select the headphones icon above the video on the right side]*** In the fourth sermon of the Tell Me a Story series, our guest speaker (Pastor Liz Brainard, Cornerstone Friends Church) teaches about the Parable of the Unjust Judge. Liz reminds us that we serve a God who WANTS us to be […]

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Light, Sweep, Search

***[For audio only, select the headphones icon above the video on the right side]*** In the third sermon of the Tell Me a Story series, our guest speaker (Marcus Steer) tackles the parable of the Lost Coin. While short, this parable is powerful. Listen in as Marcus explains how this parable is a great model […]

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To Gain the Whole World

***[For audio only, select the headphones icon above the video on the right side]*** In the second sermon of the Tell Me a Story series, Mike unpacks the parable of the Rich Fool. Asked to settle a civil dispute¬†about inheritance rights, Jesus responds with a story about a rich man… who got even richer. We […]

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“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”

***[For audio only, select the headphones icon above the video on the right side]*** In this first sermon of the Tell Me a Story series, Andy presents us with the parable of the Good Samaritan. This is one of the most widely known Biblical stories, but the concept of a “Good Samaritan” is often misused. […]

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