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See all individual, non-series sermons from 2008 below.
Delivered on 1/6/2008
Delivered on 3/23/2008
Over 80% of Americans say they believe in Jesus Christ but believing means more than saying or feeling, believing in Jesus totally changes our lives. Rick helps his listeners to settle the issue, do I really believe?
Delivered on 5/18/2008
Pastor Kenny Luck teaches that although we can't predict or outrun life's storms, we can face them and stand tall in the middle of them.
Delivered on 6/22/2008
Pastor Buddy Owens looks at the story of Paul and Silas from Acts 16:25-34 to teach us three things we should do when it seems like there is nothing we can do.
Delivered on 6/29/2008
Tom Holladay teaches three ways we can allow Jesus to heal our hurts by looking at the story of the woman in the crowd from Mark 5:25-26.
Delivered on 7/6/2008
Pastor Rick looks at five ways the Bible teaches us to make the most of our lives and follow our dreams.
Delivered on 8/10/2008
Gerald Sharon uses Matthew 23 as his text in this message comparing a dancer who dances with heart and authenticity to a Christian who serves from the heart instead of for outside appearances.
Delivered on 8/17/2008
Pastor Rick follows the Civil Forum on the Presidency with this message to the Saddleback congregation. He looks at the three important qualities of leadership from the Bible: integrity, humility, and generosity, to help us as we prepare to vote in the coming election.
Delivered on 12/13/09
Pastor Tom Holladay, author of The Relationship Principles of Jesus, kicks off the 40 Days of Love Campaign by teaching the three essential ingredients to a lifetime experience of growth: commitment, balance, and relationships.
Delivered on 8/31/2008
Pastor Tommy Hilliker teaches four essentials for God's path to great parenting. Includes testimonies by Johnny Baker on alcoholism and Amy Hilliker on parenting.
Delivered on 10/19/2008
Pastor Doug Fields reflects on the 40 Days of Love, and shares a personal challenge in response: in order to love the way God intends for us to love, it takes sacrifice. From the story of Zaccheus, we learn that to have transforming relationships, we must sacrifice time, superficiality, my agenda, and my pride.
Delivered on 10/26/2008
Guest speaker John Ortberg looks at the importance of being connected with others, and that the capacity for connectedness is rooted in love, taking a look at many of the "one another's" from the New Testament.
Tom Holladay looks at the parable of the sower in Matthew 13:3-9 and teaches that personal growth comes to those who have learned to listen.