Learning to Love

One of the real challenges of the Christian faith is to allow our love for the Lord to begin to change every area of our lives. This process of spiritual growth and change can be very exciting at first, but as it continues we may find that there are some areas of our lives that […]

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How Church Should Be

Everyone has their picture of what the church should be like and how relationships in the church should work. For many, the reality of how churches actually function and their dream of what a church should be like could not be more different. This difference drives many away from the church. The reality is that […]

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Which Way Should We Go

I hope that you have had a great start to 2018. God certainly blessed Wayside in 2017 and I believe that He has some great things in store for us this year. Have you ever been working on a computer when it went haywire? When a computer or electronic device begins to go haywire the […]

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Faith in the Storm

Throughout the course of Peter’s life, he found himself in a series of different situations that he could never have foreseen, but the strangest situation he found himself in had to be what happened during the middle of a storm. Peter and the other disciples were caught in a storm on the Sea of Galilee. […]

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How Did I End Up Serving

We are continuing a series on the life of Peter titled, “How Did I End Up Here?” Peter and the other disciples had the privilege and joy of hanging out with Jesus. They followed everywhere He went. As they spent time with Him they heard Him teach, they witnessed the miracles He performed, and they […]

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Win at Parenting

We are continuing the sermon series called “Fixer Upper.” During this series of sermons, we have been talking about how to improve the relationships that are the most important to us. We will turn our attention to the relationship between parents and their children. Parenting is one of the most important responsibilities a person has. […]

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A Change of Perspective

We are continuing our series of sermons on home and family called “Fixer Upper.” When it comes to solving a challenging problem sometimes the answers do not come easily. In fact, sometimes the only way to solve a problem is to begin to look at the problem from a different perspective. The Bible teaches a […]

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