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Pastor Clark and Pastor Tim believe that God uses the preaching of His Word to call His people to repentance, renewal and rejoicing. We believe the Scriptures are essential to the life of Living Hope so expository preaching has a central place in our corporate worship. The authority of preaching is found in authoritative Word of God. We believe that God uses the systematic preaching through various books of the Bible to establish and extend His authority. Our pastors strive by God’s grace to prepare their sermons prayerfully and diligently seeking to bring the grammatical historical truths of the texts to the attention of the listeners in a practical, relevant way. The sermons are posted here to be used as appropriate: catch a sermon that was missed, as a mid-week review, or to pass along to others in order to encourage them. May God richly bless His Word to the heart of the hearer!

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Active filter: Series: Romans (x)
Preacher: Clark H. Brooking (42), Jeff Corbett (1).
Date: 2010 (15), 2011 (27), 2016 (1)
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No Longer in the Flesh, Now in the Spirit
Romans 8:1-11
Jeff Corbett
2016 June 5 (Sunday Morning).
Glory to God
Romans 16:25-27
Clark H. Brooking
2011 August 14 (Sunday Morning).
Avoiding Troublemakers
Romans 16:17-23
Clark H. Brooking
2011 August 7 (Sunday Morning).
Romans 16:1-16
Clark H. Brooking
2011 July 31 (Sunday Morning).
Kingdom Priorities
Romans 15:22-33
Clark H. Brooking
2011 July 24 (Sunday Morning).
The Lord is Proud of You, So Make Him Proud
Romans 15:14-21
Clark H. Brooking
2011 July 17 (Sunday Morning).
Receive One Another
Romans 15:7-13
Clark H. Brooking
2011 July 10 (Sunday Morning).
Work together to Worship together
Romans 15:1-6
Clark H. Brooking
2011 July 3 (Sunday Morning).
Strong Enough NOT to
Romans 14:13-23
Clark H. Brooking
2011 June 12 (Sunday Morning).
Weaker than You Think
Romans 14:1-12
Clark H. Brooking
2011 June 5 (Sunday Morning).