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Seven Unholy Habits: Avarice & Gluttony 03-29-2020

“Seven Unholy Habits: Avarice & Gluttony,” the 3/29/2020 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant, part of the Seven Unholy Habits Lenten worship series. (Podcast includes full worship service.) Scripture reference: Matthew 6.25–34.

A bulletin with the order of worship is available at https://bit.ly/2QOCyXK.

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Licensing:

Although “In the Garden” and “Great is Thy Faithfulness” were identified in YouTube’s copyright summary, the versions of these songs in this video are in the public domain.

“When Jesus Walked in Galilee,” words by Warren Charles Klein, music by Clara Edwards. Musical score, published by G. Schirmer Inc., New York, 1928
CCLI License #20126570

 

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Seven Unholy Habits: Sloth 03-22-2020

“Seven Unholy Habits: Sloth,” the 3/22/2020 sermon by Pastor Matt Sturtevant. This podcast includes the worship service in its entirety. If you’d like, you can follow the order of worship in this bulletin. Also, this was FBC’s first virtual worship service, “aired” on YouTube Premieres. You can view it here.

Scripture reference: Romans 12.1–8

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Help…Me! I Think I Have a Heart Problem 03-01-2020

“Help…Me! I Think I Have a Heart Problem,” the 3/1/2020 sermon by LaMoine Tatum, FBC Intern of Youth Spiritual Formation. This is the second sermon in a seven-part Lenten sermon series, Seven Unholy Habits, this one on the topic of lust. Begins with reading of Matthew 4:1–11. Sermon begins at 1:46.

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