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Get in God’s Face

SERMON AUDIO: Summer Time SERMON 07-02-2017
SERMON NOTES: Summer TIME 07-03-2017 NOTES

Ah summer!  Summer affords us the chance to take a step back from our normal lives and rest.  Most people in Saskatchewan try to take vacation time, or at least hit the lake on a Saturday to relax on a beach somewhere.  This summer we’re going to be talking about prayer.  Especially with consideration to our normal busyness.  How do I have a meaningful prayer life with all the other stuff of life going on around me.  Great question, find out how each Sunday!

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Sharing a Kairos Blessing

SERMON AUDIO: Your Life Your Mission sermon 07-06-2014

Today is the last Sunday in our Kairos series.  The trend in Western society is towards standardizing experience. Every Tim Horton’s you go into you can expect the same environment and the same products,  and nearly the same customer service.  We’ve even done this in church.  Pick any evangelical church on a given Sunday and except for a different playlist and sermon title, the content and experience is nearly the same.  Why because it works.  But it’s boring.

The ancient Greeks had two words for time, chronos, which we still use in words like chronological and anachronism. It refers to clock time – time that can be measured – seconds, minutes, hours, years. And the second is Kairos.  Where chronos is quantitative, kairos is qualitative. It measures moments, not seconds.  Come each Sunday to discover the difference and the difference it can make in your life.

SERMON NOTES: Kairos SERMON 07-06-2014 NOTE

It’s a Kairos Thing!

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SERMON AUDIO: Kairos Sermon MP3_06-22-2014

The trend in Western society is towards standardising experience. Every Tim Hortons you go into you can expect the same environment and the same products,  and nearly the same customer service.  We’ve even done this in church.  Pick any evangelical church on a given Sunday and except for a different playlist and sermon title, the content and experience is nearly the same.  Why because it works.  But it’s boring.

The ancient Greeks had two words for time, chronos, which we still use in words like chronological and anachronism. It refers to clock time – time that can be measured – seconds, minutes, hours, years. And the second is Kairos.  Where chronos is quantitative, kairos is qualitative. It measures moments, not seconds.  Come each Sunday to discover the difference and the difference it can make in your life.

SERMON NOTES: Kairos SERMON notes 06-22-2014