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September 24, 2015 | by: Jay Pound | 0 Comments

New Connections Group starts this October!... Keep Reading

All-Church Concert of Prayer

August 19, 2015 | by: Jay Pound | 0 Comments

Join Us for the Upcoming All-Church Concert of Prayer! If you have been with us at all this summer, you know that we are in the middle of a preaching series on prayer. Prayer has been integral to the Christian life since the very beginning, with rich, deep roots penetrating all the way back through the Old Testament to Adam and Eve’s ... Keep Reading

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Serve Minneapolis

August 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Thank you to all who went out in the community last year and served—displaying being Christ-centered and Christ-sent together! In preparation for Serve Minneapolis this year, here's some feedback from those who stepped out last year to serve in the community:   1. Where did you serve? Dorothy Young: Jerry and I served at the Em... Keep Reading

Good Deeds

August 3, 2015 | by: Joel Sutton | 0 Comments

When Peter explained the gospel for the first time to a group of non-Jewish people, he summarized Jesus’ ministry with these words found in Acts 10:36-38, “As for the word of that he sent to Israel, preaching good news of peace through Jesus Christ (he is Lord of all), . . . . how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spir... Keep Reading

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Becoming Pray-ers

June 3, 2015 | by: Joel Sutton | 0 Comments

Fourteen years ago, when I came to First Free as your Sr. Pastor, the task appeared huge. Daunting. Impossible. So I prayed. And others prayed. That is what we tend to do when things in front of us seem impossible; we pray. But when everything is going well and the road in front appears to be smooth, we don’t pray like we should. Our... Keep Reading

The Prayers of Pray-ers

May 4, 2015 | by: Joel Sutton | 0 Comments

The Bible is all about God, and that is why the practice of prayer is so pervasive throughout its pages. In Genesis we see every one of the patriarchs—Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob—praying with familiarity and directness. Abraham’s doggedly insistent prayer for God’s mercy on the pagan cities of Sodom and Gomorrah is rem... Keep Reading

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Nevertheless, There is Reason to Hope

April 8, 2015 | by: Joel Sutton | 0 Comments

One of the commencement traditions at Harvard University is Senior Class Chapel. On the morning of their graduation, seniors gather in Memorial Church to hear the minister offer words of solace and encouragement as they leave "the Yard" to take their places in the world. The 1998 senior class heard the unvarnished truth from the Rev. Peter ... Keep Reading

A Love Test

March 4, 2015 | by: Joel Sutton | 0 Comments

A Love Test by Pastor Joel   How about a love test today? The Associated Press tells the story of such a test. . . for dogs. An instructor from a dog training workshop in Salt Lake City noted that a dog's disposition can be tested by the owner. If the owner will fall down and pretend to be hurt, a dog with a bad temper will tend to ... Keep Reading

First Free worship playlists on Spotify!

March 3, 2015 | by: Mike Graff | 0 Comments

First Free's worship music playlists are now on Spotify!... Keep Reading

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Be Careful To Not Walk On By

February 4, 2015 | by: Joel Sutton | 0 Comments

Who are the people God wants to use you to reach for Him? Think about them for a moment. Who are they? Where do you meet them? Do you know who they are? They may live next door, in your building, or down the street. They may have children in the same school or classroom as your children. They may be co-workers who you share stories with on... Keep Reading

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