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“The Gift of Prayer: Your Kingdom Come,” Luke 11:1-4

This is our third week talking about “The We of Prayer,” “The Gift of Prayer,” really using the Lord’s Prayer as it is taught in Luke 11 as our guide. As we’ve been talking about, this is not just Jesus telling us what we should say in prayer. It is not a prayer that we...

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CORF UPDATE #68 | JULY 23, 2021

“Slow down. Don’t be impatient.” Abie Kulynych Good afternoon CORF, If you had the opportunity to join us last Sunday afternoon for good food and an even better fellowship, we would like to thank you for your participation. As great as it was, we would be remiss if we did not honor and thank our...

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“The Gift of Prayer: Hallowed Be Your Name,” Luke 11:1-4

It has been said and you probably heard it at some point in your Christian life that we don’t need to teach about prayer, we don’t need to talk about prayer, people just need to pray. And yet the reality is that if you don’t know how to pray, how can you start praying? All...

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“We Pray,” Luke 11:1-4

We take really the next step in talking about “WE,” this theme for the year trying to change our mindset and our heart condition so that we can also change our focus and change our pronouns, that we would move from I and me and mine and their to we and us and our, to...

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CORF UPDATE #66 | JULY 09, 2021

“Make sure that nobody pays back wrong for wrong, but always strive to do what is good for each other and for everyone else.” 1 Thessalonians 5:15 (NIV) Good afternoon CORF, We trust that the Lord has been with you throughout the work week and we stand thankful to him for all his work in...

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“Gospel Lenses,” Acts 17:16-23

We all have a way we see the world, a different way than others in how we interact with the world around us, a worldview.  When we follow Jesus, our worldview changes as a result because Jesus changes everything. And we start looking at the world with “Gospel Lenses.” In this week’s sermon, Pastors Mike...

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CORF UPDATE #65 | JULY 02, 2021

Good afternoon CORF, Through Grace Alliance church, we’ve been blessed without a doubt. God has been good to us by allowing us to use the building and everything it. What a great opportunity we have this weekend to bless them as we host the joint service. Let us come with a joyful heart to celebrate...

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“Devoted to God’s Word,” Acts 2:42-47

In this week’s sermon, Joanne DiLeo makes an attempt in a practical way to put together a couple of pieces of things we’ve actually been talking about for years. She reminds us of what the Scriptures are all about and what it means to be “Devoted to God’s Word.” “They devoted themselves to the apostles’...

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CORF UPDATE #64 | JUNE 25, 2021

Good afternoon CORF, Yankees and Metz fans got a treat from our pastor last week and this week. Any break for the Phillies fan in sight? Apparently that’s an emphatic no! Or maybe, just maybe a Bryce Harper’s jersey would do to make a way to the other side.  Anyway, we love you and look...

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“We Are God’s Provision,” 2 Corinthians 8:3-5

You’ve heard it numerous times, and I can assure you that to the extent God allows you to be part of City of Refuge Fellowship (CORF), you will continue to hear the following statement, that as the church of Christ we have a calling to devote ourselves to these three things outlined in Acts 2:42:...