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The Supreme Question (40:06)
Two thousand years ago Jesus asked a question that each of us must one day answer: “Who do you say that I am?” How would you answer the Supreme Question? 
A Man Called Peter (35:21)
Peter’s story proves that God delights to choose unlikely heroes. We all know Peter very well because we see him every morning when we look in the mirror.
How God’s Will Can Mess Up Your Life in a Good Way (40:11)
God’s will is always good, but it’s not always comfortable. What if God let you fail miserably so he could give you overwhelming success later?
Walk on Water, Pete! (42:24)
How much are you willing to risk? Staying in the boat may be comfortable and safe, but that’s not what the life of faith is all about.
How Good Christians Sometimes Do the Devil’s Work (33:17)
As it was for Peter, so it will be for all of us. Our strengths and our weaknesses lie side by side. If we are not careful, we may find ourselves actually opposing Jesus.
Seventy Times Seven (38:11)

When it comes to forgiveness, remember these words: Release them and you will be set free. (Sermon)

Dirty Feet (46:02)
We are great sinners who need a great Savior. And we have one in Jesus Christ who stooped so low that he was not ashamed to wash our dirty feet.
Why God Allows Good Men to Fall (40:32)
Peter still speaks to us today. “If you think you’ve fallen short, if you feel like you’ve denied him, look at what happened to me.” If God can forgive Peter, he can forgive anybody.
Midnight Miracle (33:55)
In this little story we see how Jesus treats his enemies. When they come for him, he does not resist. When they are hurt, he heals them.
Before the Rooster Crows (29:16)
Peter’s fall proves that anyone can fall at any time so we should be warned. His restoration proves that God’s grace truly is greater than all our sin. Therefore, let sinners everywhere flee to Christ for forgiveness.
What Christ Does With Failure (37:59)
John 21 is in the Bible so that all of us Peter-types would know that though we fall again and again, by God’s grace we can keep on getting back up.
Do You Love Me? (30:32)
One reason we don’t get better is beacuse we don’t want to face the hard truth about what we have said and done.
Should We Strike With Our Swords? (37:23)
Sometimes we just have to let go.
Unconscious Influence (52:22)

People who don’t know Jesus can tell when we have been with Jesus. (Sermon)

Don’t You Care If We Drown? (31:54)
When Christ is in the boat, a storm always comes up.
Faces Around the Cross (48:32)
Ray Pritchard and Chris Fabry talk about what we can learn from Mary, Judas, Peter, and others who met Jesus in his final days.
Broken Things (36:57)
God knows how to put broken things back together again.

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