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Adultery and Lust- Sermon ReCap

on July 4th, 2014 in Biblical Counseling, Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

(To listen to this sermon click HERE)   In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus lays out how a citizen in the Kingdom of God is to live here and now. It started off with the marks of the citizen, the beatitudes. Next Jesus went to the way that a…

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What is the Church? -Sermon Recap

on June 23rd, 2014 in Blog, Church Planting, Life Together, Redemption Church News, Rio Rancho, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

(To listen to this sermon you can click HERE)   In 2007 I (Pastor Los) met a man named Dave Bruskas. He was hosting a weekly church planting lunch for potential church planters.  At our first meeting he gave me the book “Planting Missional Churches” by Ed Stetzer. That night…

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Anger

on June 16th, 2014 in Biblical Counseling, Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

You can listen to the sermon here.   The Sermon on the Mount is Jesus’ guide to being a citizen in the Kingdom of God.  While Jesus gives ways and talks about what it means to be a citizen of God’s Kingdom, he does another thing too. Jesus exposes our…

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Jesus, The Christian and The Law

on June 10th, 2014 in Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

(This is a recap of Sunday’s sermon, to listen to it click here) In the Sermon on the Mount Jesus is laying out what is to be expected and the norm for how a citizen of the Kingdom of Heaven are to live. Jesus sets forth a set of marks…

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Salt and Light ReCap

on May 27th, 2014 in Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

Below is a ReCap of the sermon “Salt and Light” from our Roadmap to Life series, you can listen to it here. Jesus begins the Sermon on the Mount with the Beatitudes. In the Beatitudes Jesus lays out the marks of authentic faith for the Christian. The Beatitudes serve as…

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Beatitudes Part 2 ReCap

on May 20th, 2014 in Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

(Due to a disobedient computer audio from this week is not available)   The 2nd half of the beatitudes flows from the needs and hunger of the 1st half. You can listen to the sermon here or read the recap here about the 1st half of the beatitudes. The Beatitudes…

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“One Thing Necessary” ReCap

on May 12th, 2014 in Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Blog, Gospel Truth, Serving, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

Motherhood is a 24/7 job with lousy pay and highly demanding customers. Mom’s deal with school projects, preparing meals, doing dishes and laundry, some have full time outside the home careers on top of that. Most mothers today are tired, overwhelmed and constantly busy. The story of Martha and Mary…

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Blessed Needs and Hunger

on May 5th, 2014 in Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

Jesus begins his Sermon on the Mount with what is commonly known as the Beatitudes. The Beatitudes or “Blessings” mark out a list of marks that a citizen of the Kingdom of God will have. We live in a day and age when what it means to be a Christian…

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Understanding the Sermon on the Mount- Question #6

on May 3rd, 2014 in Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

On Sunday we began a new series called “The Roadmap for Life: The Sermon on the Mount”. The Sermon on the Mount is by far the most famous and most quoted sermon in history, as it should be.  It is also the most misunderstood sermon as well.  Because it is…

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Understanding the Sermon on the Mount- Question #5

on May 2nd, 2014 in Blog, Roadmap to Life, Sermon on the Mount, Sunday Review by | Comments Off

On Sunday we began a new series called “The Roadmap for Life: The Sermon on the Mount”. The Sermon on the Mount is by far the most famous and most quoted sermon in history, as it should be.  It is also the most misunderstood sermon as well.  Because it is…

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