James: Faith in the Real World, Part 4 – Merciful Faith

There are times in our lives when our beliefs don’t line up with our actions. We say one thing, then go out and do something totally different. For James, this is a huge problem for Christians. In fact, there’s one area in particular where he doesn’t mince words. Listen to...

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James: Faith in the Real World, Part 3 – Doing Faith

There’s a problem in our faith that we cannot afford to ignore any longer. We come to church, sing songs that move us, listen to a sermon that challenges us, and go home encouraged and inspired. But James says we’re deceiving ourselves and that it’s possible this “religion” of ours...

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James, Part 2 – Enduring Faith

If we want to have a living faith that makes a difference in the real world, then there’s one situation in particular that cannot ignore. In fact, it’s the one situation when our faith is most challenged, most tested, and sometimes even exhausted. And that’s why the very first thing...

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James, Part 1 – Living Faith

Faith isn’t about what you believe. Huh? Yep, that’s what James says. In fact, he writes that if faith is only about what you believe, then it’s worthless, useless. So what is faith? Listen and find out.

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What Went Wrong, Part 2

We see it all the time. Young athletes flaming out before they reach their full potential. Entrepreneurial organizations destroyed because of bad leadership. Aspiring politicians squandering their influence through poor moral decisions. And in each case, we ask the question, why did this happen? What went wrong? King Solomon was no exception. He had a meteoric...

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What Went Wrong, Part 1 – Frog in the Pot

We see it all the time. Young athletes flaming out before they reach their full potential. Entrepreneurial organizations destroyed because of bad leadership. Aspiring politicians squandering their influence through poor moral decisions. And in each case, we ask the question, why did this happen? What went wrong? King Solomon was no exception. He had a meteoric...

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What Are Friends For, Part 2 – Genuine Concern

These days, it seems like we use the word “friend” a lot. With friends from the neighborhood, friends from work, friends from school, friends from church, and don’t forget all those Facebook friends online—we have a lot of “friends.” Yet these relationships often leave us wanting more. This week we explore the second critical component of...

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What Are Friends For, Part 1 – Acceptance

These days, it seems like we use the word “friend” a lot. With friends from the neighborhood, friends from work, friends from school, friends from church, and don’t forget all those Facebook friends online—we have a lot of “friends.” Yet these relationships often leave us wanting more. Join us July 10 and 17 as we explore...

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How Should My Faith Influence My Politics?

In the increasingly polarized world in which we live, it is difficult to have a civil discussion about politics. Throw religion into the mix and it’s pretty much impossible, right? We don’t think so. If we’re going to take our faith seriously and our citizenship seriously then we need to...

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What is God’s Mission in Denver and in the World?

This week we continue our Questions series with a very special guest – Dr. Mark Young, president of Denver Seminary. Dr. Young  is a theological educator and pastoral leader with nearly thirty years of global ministry experience. This week he’ll be looking at the question, What is God’s mission in...

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