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As many of you know, Trey Pearson of the Christian music group, Everyday Sunday came “out of the closet” yesterday. Once you get into social media, there is a firestorm of commentators from every side of the conversation spitting out Bible verses to support their personal feelings and beliefs. The sad part is, for the most part, they are taking verses out of context and painting conflicting and sometimes hateful pictures.

So, with this in mind, I thought I would dig out this study we did a little while back at digs into the topic in an honest and complete manner. Enjoy!

“This is not your normal sermon on homosexuality….

`Few topics divide the world and the church like homosexuality. For that matter, few things divide the church like the same topic.

The issues within the GLBT community effect our politics, views, and most of all… personal lives. Many have been hurt, driven to anger or just fall away over past hurts and experiences and the divide deepens.

At The Shepherd’s Fellowship, we believe in 100% love and 100% truth. Can this also apply to the conversation of homosexuality? Be part of our study and see what you find as we dig into a hot button but critical study.”

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If you are wanting closer to God, eternal life in heaven, or a more powerful life over all… this one if for you.

If you feel Christians think they are right and everyone else is wrong … this one is for you.

If you feel overwhelmed, alone, and unloved… this one is for you.

Some of Jesus’ last words before He takes the cross are very telling of why He came from Heaven to Earth and why He sacrificed Himself. In one small conversation, He shares three important truths of the results of the Easter celebration and we explore them together and what they mean for you today.

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Palm Sunday message from Associate Pastor Brent Longstreth…

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It just seems like there is so much to get done and nothing wants to go in the right direction, doesn’t it?

Life does not move at the pace we wish it would and the list of things we need to get done seems to grow larger all the time. Everyone has expectations above and beyond what seems possible. Sleepless nights and stress headaches seem more numerous than rest and peace moments that we need so badly. How do we experience Jesus in these circumstances?

In this study, we look at a time in Jesus’ life that fits the above description and find that His choices might seem a little odd to the norm. Is it possible that we can learn something from Him and the Word that can change the way we understand patience and peace? Of course we can! Dig into this with us!

This is also a great study for those wanting to know about the “Sabbath” and “Sabbath rest”

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