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The Zone of Radical Hospitality
The Zone of Radical Hospitality

Introduction

If you head north on I-35 West out of Minneapolis, take Exit 220, and then go five miles on County Road Six, you’ll hit the farm home ...


The church should offer itself as a zone of radical hospitality, to all, but especially to unborn children.


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God's Love for the Unborn
God's Love for the Unborn

Introduction

Several years before I became the pastor here [at Tenth Church in Vancouver, BC], my predecessor was talking to a group of people at the church, ...


God loves unborn children and calls on us to do the same.


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Behind the Headlines
Behind the Headlines

Introduction

I'd like to begin with a reading from John 8:2-11.

At dawn Jesus appeared again in the temple courts, where all the people gathered around ...

The best way to address abortion is to overwhelm our culture with love.


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Murderers and the Murdered One

Introduction

We're in our sixth week in our series on the Ten Commandments and today we're talking about the sixth commandment, Deuteronomy 5:17: "You ...


Understanding our violation of the sixth commandment


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Choose Life

Today I want to show you arguments from Scripture against abortion. They are not primarily rooted in biology; for example, when is life viable. That's ...



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A Little Lower Than the Angels

There are times when the church of Jesus Christ needs to confront straightforwardly a supreme national tragedy. On Wednesday of this week we will mark ...



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A Heartbeat from Disaster
A Heartbeat from Disaster

Introduction

In this particular passage of Scripture, the nation of Israel, to the north, has fallen so far from God's desire and purpose that he has ...



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Knowing the God Who Knows You

Introduction

Have you ever asked yourself how many times you are photographed in a day? When you walk into the bank or return your cart to the corral in ...


A study of Psalm 139


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A Man Like Us and a God Who Lives

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Elijah is one of the Bible's most dramatic characters, because he experienced the light of God's presence even when everything around him ...


No matter how dark the world becomes, God brings the light through people who believe in him.


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Don't You Believe It! Our Lives Are Not Our Own

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A new missionary recruit went to Venezuela for the first time. He was struggling with language and didn't understand a whole lot of what ...


The command to not murder is more than a prohibition against unjust killing; it is the command for us to cherish human life—every human life—just as God does.


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