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Songs of the Summer The Psalms provide a beautiful look at the worship of God’s people. Praise, heartache, fear, and even anger are expressed by the composers of this original worship songbook. Pastor Scott MacNaughton highlights several of the Psalms during the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Summer months.
Dare to Let God Be God! The book of Daniel provides the opportunity to see the work of God in culture, world kingdoms, and our personal lives. Pastor Scott MacNaughton helps us to apply God’s Word to our daily living situations through this extrardinary book of the Bible.
Guest Speakers CPC Elders, Pastor, and Guest Preachers provide food for our growth  in the grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Jesus’ Parables: Truth Concealed & Revealed Pastor Scott MacNaughton finished preaching a series on the Parables found in the Gospels in August, 2016. By using parables, Jesus taught in a way that both revealed the truths of the Kingdom of God and concealed them.
Studies in John Kelly Dehnert (and others) preach on the book of John. The Apostle John calls on his readers to look closely at Jesus Christ. Is He the Messiah that was promised by God hundreds of years before He appeared? Is He the Son of God as He claims? John’s gospel is written that we “might believe and have life in His name.”
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Colossians: In All Things Christ Preeminent Pastor Scott MacNaughton is currently preaching a series on the book of Colossians. The Apostle Paul wrote of the preeminence of Christ in all of life.
Reverse the Curse Pastor Scott MacNaughton is currently preaching a series  on God’s intended purspose in creating us, where we went wrong, and what He calls us to.
The Heavens Declare Pastor Scott MacNaughton preaches on the creation of the world by a powerful and loving God.
Flying Sola Pastor Scott MacNaughton celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the church’s Reformation with sermons on five formative theological ideas of the 16th Century movement begun largely by Martin Luther.
God, I Have a Question or Two for You Pastor Scott MacNaughton preaches on the Old Testament book of Habbakuk. This “Minor Prophet” challenges and encourages Judah prior to being sent into exile.
And We Beheld His Glory Pastor Scott MacNaughton preaches sermons describing how God is glorified in His redemptive works in the incarnation of His Son, Jesus Christ.
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