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  • Texts For The Summer

    Sunday, June 6th, 2021

    Reflections on Galatians 5:16-26

  • Sunday, May 30th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

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  • Sunday, May 23rd, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    The Day of Pentecost is a celebrated event that represented the birth of the Christian church. It was a moment where the Holy Spirit enacted a movement of which we are now a part. It would set the stage for a narrative that began in Jerusalem and has reached points all over the globe. But the work is not finished. How will we be empowered anew in the 21st century to change the world?

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  • Sunday, May 16th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    Philippians 4:13 is an oft quoted scripture. Athletes and others have tattooed this scripture on their bodies as a reminder of the power they have within to accomplish anything. But what was the context whereby Paul makes this incredible statement. We will dig a little deeper into Paul’s words and discover how they are less about enacting superpower and more about being liberated and empowered to live in God’s provision.

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  • Sunday, May 9th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    The church has long been populated by men and women who are deeply convicted by the gospel of Christ. This conviction does not ensure unity and harmony on every subject, theological point or doctrine. Still, our God demands that we find ways to walk together in spite of our differences. If God is big enough to create and maintain this universe, He is big enough to work through us, even when we disagree.

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  • Sunday, May 2nd, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    During the Pandemic, the Reynoldsburg church excelled in generosity. While many churches did see a precipitous drop in contributions, in comparison, our church did very well. Why has our church remained so generous in a time of struggle and need? Could it be that we see and experience God’s provision and are able to give not only out of our financial resources, but also out of our time and effort. With all that God has done, He is able do immeasurably more and it prompts us to mimic God’s generosity and give more.

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  • Sunday, April 25th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    In this kickoff to the new series, we revisit a prayer by Paul where he speaks of God’s immeasurable ability to do things over and above our imagination. It is this ability that launches God’s people into the stratosphere of things we can do. As we continue to walk in the power of the resurrection of Christ, we will explore how God’s power positions us to accomplish great things. Instead of grumbling about what we can’t do, we will give God glory of all we can do!

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  • Sunday, April 18th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    In this kickoff to the new series, we revisit a prayer by Paul where he speaks of God’s immeasurable ability to do things over and above our imagination. It is this ability that launches God’s people into the stratosphere of things we can do. As we continue to walk in the power of the resurrection of Christ, we will explore how God’s power positions us to accomplish great things. Instead of grumbling about what we can’t do, we will give God glory of all we can do!

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  • Sunday, April 11th, 2021

    by Kent Berry

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  • He Ain’t Here!

    Easter 2021

    Sunday, April 4th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    Once again, we consider the Resurrection story included in the Gospel of Mark.  It ends abruptly leaving the reader in suspended intrigue.  What does it mean?  How are we to approach the Resurrection Story and its seeming lack of answers after living a year in a pandemic in search for cures, remedies, answers and relief?  When Jesus isn’t where you expect him, what do you do next?

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  • Sunday, March 28th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    The temptation in the garden of Eden was less about eating a piece a fruit and more about assuming control over one’s own life. Jesus’ final word of the cross was one of ultimate submission. He gave us a foreshadow of this word when He prayed in Gethsemane and said to God, "Not my will but your will be done." Jesus’ last word was a word of submission. May this be a cue for us to relinquish control over our own lives and give it wholly to God.

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  • Sunday, March 21st, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    I wonder if Jesus’ sixth word was an utterance out of a sense of accomplishment or out of sheer exhaustion. At any rate, the moment of Jesus final breath is upon us. It is a moment for us to reflect on a life that was lived. A life not defined by palaces, a hefty bank account or the plentiful conveniences of life. Jesus lived a simple life which made his death for us all the more profound. How much more of an impact might we have on this life if we vowed to live a life of simplicity?

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  • Sunday, March 14th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    Throughout the death scene of Jesus, we are forced to reckon with the humanity of Jesus. The loss of blood and the heavy panting as he struggles to cling to life certainly caused severe dehydration. He was thirsty and he makes an utterance stating so. This longing for thirst to be quenched has both physical and spiritual implications. Could study and meditation provide life quenching remedies to our own thirst?

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  • Sunday, March 7th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    While hanging on the cross, Jesus repeats words first uttered in the Psalms. Jesus repeats these words that are haunting yet reflects the reality of his painful situation. He felt abandoned, he felt alone. He felt; That should be a prompt for us to understand that while Jesus was fully divine, he was also fully human. There are moments in our journey where we feel all alone and abandoned. When we feel so alone, it may be the impetus for us to seek a place of solitude and prayer.

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  • Sunday, February 28th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    Perhaps one of the most heart wrenching scenes at the crucifixion was the scene of a mother watching her son in agonizing pain. Parents should never have to be witnesses of such horrors. Knowing the residual pain and trauma of witnessing this, Jesus calls down to his mother and one of his disciples. He utters words that would lead to the disciple taking care of the mother of Jesus. Jesus third word from the cross is a word that compels us to be in service to one another as an enduring legacy flowing out of the ministry of Jesus.

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  • Sunday, February 21st, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    All would agree that Jesus was not guilty of the crimes that precipitated his sentence of execution by way of crucifixion. But Jesus hung on a cross between two men, who presumably were guilty of their crimes. All three men would experience the painful fate of this execution, but one receives a promise from Jesus. The second word uttered was a word of hope. It is a word that should prompt those of us who receive that promise to celebrate and worship.

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  • Sunday, February 14th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    The gospel writer of Luke reports that Jesus said, “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.”. How completely consistent of Jesus to offer forgiveness to those who were responsible for his agonizing pain and shameful disposition. Yet, his offer stands at the heart of the gospel. The good news offered to men and women is an offer to be forgiven of all of their sins and transgressions. This offer is a prompt to us to confess our sins and enter a period of fasting as we consider the love and grace of God. It is also a prompt o us to offer forgiveness to those who have wronged us.

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  • Sunday, February 7th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    Similar to the calling of the first disciples (the fishermen), a tax collector is called by Jesus to follow, thus changing tax collector’s course of direction. Jesus came preaching repentance and the kingdom of God and the Tax collector’s new life served as the embodiment of Jesus’ ministry. In this final sermon, we explore the mark of being redirected toward kingdom shaped outcomes.

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  • Sunday, January 31st, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    This narrative in Mark is one of the most fascinating and touching stories. It reports the efforts of 4 friends who were determined to get their sick friend to Jesus. While the friend was eventually healed of his infirmity, he received a bigger blessing - the forgiveness of sins. His encounter with Jesus would ensure that his life would indeed be a better version of his former self. A follower of Jesus is destined for a life that is dramatically better than their life before their encounter with Jesus.

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  • Sunday, January 24th, 2021

    by Dion Frasier

    When Jesus comes on the scene, things happen. For a demon possessed man and a leper, Jesus represented liberation from evil and healing from an incurable disease. Being a disciple of Jesus can mean freedom from evil possession and from the throes of disease. Where evil and disease once claimed ownership, Jesus claims the once afflicted as his own.

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