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Book: Mark (6), 1 Corinthians (1), Colossians (1).
Series: Life with God (1), 2 Corinthians (1), Who is Jesus? (1), Lent (1), Parakaleo (1), Jesus Creed (1).
Date: 2011 (2), 2012 (1), 2013 (1), 2015 (2)

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Sermons (6)

Saved to Serve
Mark 1:30-31 (Part of the Life with God series).
Adobe Acrobat
Preached by Phillip Hopwood on November 22, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
Epiphany: Jesus' Baptism and Ours
Mark 1:1-15 (Part of the 2 Corinthians series).
Adobe Acrobat
Preached by Phillip Hopwood on January 25, 2015 (Sunday Morning).
The Divine Jesus--Who Do You Say That I Am? -- Who is Jesus? Part I
Mark 8:27-34 (Part of the Who is Jesus? series).
Adobe Acrobat
Preached by Phillip Hopwood on September 29, 2013 (Sunday Morning).
Trusting God
Mark 8:31-38 (Part of the Lent series).
Adobe Acrobat
Preached by Phillip Hopwood on February 26, 2012 (Sunday Morning).
Empathetic Listening (Parakaleo IV)
Mark 4:1-29 (Part of the Parakaleo series).
Adobe Acrobat
Preached by Phillip Hopwood on October 30, 2011 (Sunday Morning).
The Jesus Creed 1 - Love God, Love Neighbour
Mark 12:28-33 (Part of the Jesus Creed series).
Adobe Acrobat
Preached by Phillip Hopwood on August 28, 2011 (Sunday Morning).
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  1. Thanks for creating a website. I’m encouraged by what I’ve found here. Hopefully I’ll come and visit one day 🙂

    • phil on September 9, 2011 at 12:38 AM
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  2. Paul has been undermined by other teachers of the gospel who contend he is not a very impressive speaker when he is with the Church in Corinth. This sermon addresses what our defense is when an attack comes against us that is rooted in the flesh.

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