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CAGES AND CHAINS – Retention Center • Regret • 7/25/21

There may be mulligans on a golf course but that’s the only place you will find them. Mulligan’s are what some call a golfer’s grace or a do-over. Real life isn’t like that and we’re only dreaming if we think otherwise. In the real world we mess up, we sin and we experience a...
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CAGES AND CHAINS – Rattling Cages • Worry • 7/18/21

Millions of Americans are living stressed out and anxious lives. Polls tell us that around 50% of people are worried about the economy and personal health issues. In the New Testament, there is a familiar story about Jesus and his disciples that helps us learn about worry. Jesus...
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Backpack Sunday • Aug. 1

Faith Fellowship will again donate backpacks for children in need as the new school year begins. $25 provides a backpack along with a Walmart gift card so the child can choose their own school supplies. Backpacks will be distributed through Good Samaritan located in Washington...
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CAGES AND CHAINS – Prison of Pain • 7/11/21

Pain comes into every person’s life. Christ-followers are not exempt. When it happens, you have a choice to make. You can turn inward, retreat, put up walls and create a prison for yourself, or you can turn to God, pour out your heart and worship. If you respond by recoiling,...
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Cages And Chains • Message Series • July 11

Do you feel isolated…imprisoned? Are you living life or doing time? Too many people settle for a life that falls far short of God’s plan. Because of Jesus Christ, freedom is available…it’s there for the taking. God wants to set you free from the Cages and...
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BUILT – Faith Built Tough – 7/4/21

Faith and actions are intricately connected. In the Book of James, it says that if you don’t understand the connection, not only could you live a flat-lined, faithless life, you could be jeopardizing your eternity. Too many Christ-followers believe their faith is strong. They...
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