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Genesis Church - Noblesville, IN

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Genesis Church is a non-denominational church where people can start over and connect with Jesus and others in a new way. We value biblical integrity, authenticity, and community as we seek to have Christ-centered worship, service, and fellowship.
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As we wrap up our series today we are reminded that like the Israelites in Exodus, as Christians, we are also The People of God. Just as God had a distinct purpose for His people then, He has a distinct purpose for His people today. Looking for some practical ways to live a “distinguished” life? Have a listen as we examine what others have called t…
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Exodus 13 & 14 describe the beginning of a really long road trip and the most difficult predicament Israel had ever faced up to this point in their history. But what makes their situation unique is that God's response to it will become one of the most talked about, most celebrated events in Israel's history. And there are lessons in it that relate …
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Throughout our Christmas series, we’ve been talking about the joy of Christmas: that through Jesus, God has come to be WITH us! We’ve looked at the stories of a few people around the time of Jesus’ birth encountering Jesus and being transformed by his presence. As we bring this “WITH” series to a close, we want to focus even more on Jesus’ presence…
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It’s OK to have money… as long as MONEY doesn’t have us. And that’s where the problem usually arises. We go looking to money to meet our needs, to cover up our wounds, and to satisfy. But the important, and sometimes difficult lesson to learn about life and money and satisfaction is this… true, lasting satisfaction only comes to us through Jesus! T…
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The way we view money and possessions can be positive and life giving, or negative and disruptive. On several occasions Jesus warned that a love of money can distract our hearts away from God and have damaging eternal consequences. The question that all of us need to answer is: how can we learn to want less stuff so we can enjoy true contentment.…
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We live in a world that idolizes money and tempts us into believing the lie that the more we have the better life will be. The problem is that our pursuit of more has lead to more stress, more anxiety and more discontentment - no matter how much we have, make or save. Jesus has identified the problem as greed, and he wants to help us learn how to d…
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The final chapter of the book of Acts begins with the Apostle Paul surviving a shipwreck then being bitten by a viper…and it ends with him on house arrest and chained to a Roman soldier. But in spite of those challenges, he continued to live out his faith in Jesus and even got to see the fruits of his labor. In this final chapter of Acts, Paul show…
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In Acts 24, Paul was on trial before Roman governor Felix and he was blameless. Paul shamelessly preached about faith in Jesus and so put Felix on trial in his conscience. As Christians, whether we like it or not, our faith is on trial before a watching world so like Paul we must live blameless and be shameless about Christ. After this life, every …
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In Acts 19, we find the Apostle Paul continuing his missionary work in the city of Ephesus. During his time there, the Holy Spirit used Paul’s faithfulness in the small things to accomplish big things for God’s Kingdom. But the biggest impact may have been what happens at the end of the chapter when the Holy Spirit convicted followers of Jesus to b…
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In Acts 17 the Apostle Paul arrived in a city where people weren’t just far from God – they were completely confused about who God is and what He is like. But instead of getting angry or shrugging his shoulders and walking away, he applied his perspective as a follower of Jesus to introduce them to “an unknown God” who had the power to give them et…
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It’s easy for us to think that many of the stories in the Old Testament are weird, obscure and unrelated. But, when we take a closer look at how the Old Testament is put together, we discover that it’s a collection of connected promises that are meant to help us understand the ancient past, make sense of chaos of today, and most importantly - point…
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Life has a way pulling us down and making us feel forgotten by God. In Genesis 37 we meet a young man named Joseph who was rejected by his brothers, sold into slavery, and put into prison. But even as his life continued to spiral downward, he began to learn that the Lord was with him, and would eventually use it all for his good and the good of his…
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The true gospel is that our sins are forgiven through faith in Jesus Christ alone. False gospels add something, but nothing we do can make us right with God. Only faith in Jesus, trusting what He has done for us to reconcile us to God, makes us acceptable to God. True faith expresses itself in obedience to Jesus and being guided by the Holy Spirit,…
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It’s easy for us to allow the busyness and stress of life to define our perspective. The problem with that approach is that it tends to factor God out of the details and leaves us feeling alone and empty. In 1 Kings 19 we meet a man named Elijah who lost his perspective and needed God’s help to readjust his focus so he could see God at work in the …
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