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At Compass Bible Church, we believe that strong families are essential to the health of our church. To achieve this, we need strong, godly men to lead the way. This is the primary objective of our Men’s Bible Study. We meet every month to fellowship, study the Word of God, and participate in small group discussions.
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Taking a person at their word is sometimes hard to do. I remember repelling for the first time and having to trust the guide that the rope was in good shape and could hold my weight as I backed over the edge. We’re not likely to take someone’s word for it without an abiding confidence that they know what they’re talking about. When Jesus speaks, we…
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What do you do with a passage like John 7:53-8:11? Should it be in our Bibles? Should we preach it? Should this undermine our confidence in our Bibles? Join us this weekend to find out answers to these questions as we kick off a brand new series in our study of the Gospel of John called, “The Shepherd.”…
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As we wrap up our series in John 5-7, we come to a passage that reminds us of the importance of deciding what to do with Jesus. In John 7:25-52, we find much confusion stemming from this question. Similar confusion remains today, and it’s my prayer that this sermon will impress upon the unbeliever the urgency of this decision while encouraging the …
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If you grew up in church during the 80s and 90s, you may remember The Power Team. They were a group of Christian body-builders who traveled to schools and churches using their incredible strength as a platform to talk about the greater power of God to save. In this week’s sermon, we will be talking about that same power and why, if we’re going to f…
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Last week, we learned that following Jesus is hard, but this week will show us that it’s not complicated. That may sound like an oxymoron. How can something be hard but not complicated? However, these two concepts aren’t synonymous, and if you join us this weekend at Compass for our study of John 7:1-13, you’ll see why following Jesus may be hard, …
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Do hard things. That's a common refrain in our house, and what we mean by this short, pithy statement is that it's good for our kids to learn to do things they don't always want to do, to do hard things. Well, it just so happens that there are parallels in Christianity. As Christians, we should be ready to do hard things as a part of what it means …
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How do you respond to the unbelief of the world? Are you shocked? Are you angered? Are you frustrated? Are you sad? I imagine there are times when all of these responses are appropriate within reason. But how did Jesus respond to unbelief, and how does Jesus want us to respond to unbelief? Join us as we study John 6:41-51 to find out the important …
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If you watched the Super Bowl this past weekend, you saw an ad with the catch-line, “He gets us.” Maybe you got excited because it seemed to have something to do with Jesus, but unfortunately, what it communicated about him and the gospel wasn’t right. God does in fact “get us” and this weekend we’re going to unpack what that means from John 6:30-4…
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There’s an old worship song written by Chris Tomlin called “More than Enough.” One of the lines in the song says of Jesus that he is “more than all I want, more than all I need.” This is the reality we’ll find depicted in this weekend’s text, John 6:1-15. In this, the fourth sign that John records, we see Jesus feeding the 5,000. This is one of his…
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