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Making Room for Jesus

In Luke’s account of Jesus’ birth, he tells us Jesus was born in a stable because ‘…there was no room for him at the inn.’ We live in a world that doesn’t seem to have room for Jesus. And too often we are people that don’t have room for Jesus. Do you? This week we talk about what competes with Jesus for attention and devotion in our lives

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Mary, a Picture of Humility

We take a look at Mary during the second week of Advent. Mary was a picture of humility. We think of humility as how someone responds when they have wealth or fame, but the story of Mary shows us that humility is just as much about what we want before we have those things.

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The Kingdom of God in Our Midst

Jesus said that the kingdom of God is in our midst. He was saying that things can be the way they are supposed to be – the way God intended them to be – in your life and in our world, because of who He is and what He has done for us. We talk about what that means for us and how we make that a reality in our lives.

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Spending Time in God’s Word

We all long to hear from God. Well, we can. And we have. Our problem is often not hearing, but listening. We’re challenging Oak City Church to spend consistent time in God’s Word during 2018, and we’ll hear why that challenge matters so much.

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A Heart for the Marginalized

From the beginning of the Bible to the end, God’s heart is for those people on the margins of society. Is our heart for them as well? This week we’ll be challenged to see a group of people God cares deeply for through his eyes, and ask what we should be doing for them.

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The God Who Hears Your Prayer, Week 7

The toughest prayer we may ever pray is when we release control and say to God, “Lord, not my will but yours be done.” As we come to the close of our ‘The God Who Hears Your Prayer’ series, this week we learned how to pray this prayer well from Jesus in the garden.

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