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South Lansing Christian Church South Lansing Christian Church

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    05.31.20 - Graduation Sunday

    05.31.20 - Graduation Sunday

    Make a plan now to honor God with your future.

    • 30 min
    05.24.20 - God's Ultimate Interruption

    05.24.20 - God's Ultimate Interruption

    God’s ultimate plan is expressed in the cross. Even as creation was unraveling in the Garden of Eden, God was already at work to redeem His creation. God’s redemptive plan makes sense from our vantage point, but were we at Calvary the day Jesus died, it wouldn’t have made sense at all. Yet, God was creating something transcendently beautiful out of the terribly painful.

    • 18 min
    05.17.20 - Christ Alone

    05.17.20 - Christ Alone

    The Apostle Paul was the first-century equivalent of an NBA lottery pick. An up and comer among Jewish leaders, Paul had it all: breeding, education, the respect and trust of his superiors and the power to punish his enemies. God interrupted Paul’s plan. God planned an intermission for Paul because He had an amazing second act in the works. He does for you, too.

    • 24 min
    05.10.20 - Timing

    05.10.20 - Timing

    There are times when we wish God would interrupt. When we’re hurting. When times are tough. When we long for God to interrupt our pain, even though we trust God’s power, we can doubt His timing. We want God’s comfort, just not his calendar. God is more interested in our character than our comfort. That means we need to trust his power and His timing.

    • 20 min
    05.03.20 - God Is With You

    05.03.20 - God Is With You

    What would you do if you were absolutely confident that God was with you in everything? Even when he was at his most desperate, Joseph was confident God was with him and acted accordingly. And He was!

    • 21 min
    04.26.20 - Control is an Illusion

    04.26.20 - Control is an Illusion

    David’s life was interrupted by maniacal King Saul, and careened out of control. Abandoning his expected path to the throne, David learned to trust in God. He learned that, just because he was not in control, it didn’t mean that God was not.

    • 25 min

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