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Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church is a body of believers who hold the Bible as the inspired and authoritative Word of God. We are members of PEARUSA, which is also part of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). We seek to be a community of disciples committed to Jesus Christ who worship in a contemporary setting within the ancient liturgical traditions. We are Biblical, Sacramental, Spirit-filled and mission-minded. We are because He is.
 
Are you looking to grow deeper into the gospel of Jesus Christ or interested in knowing how to apply the gospel to every area of your life? Then join Dr. Jonathan G. Smith each week as he shares his sermons from Redeemer Anglican Church of Orlando Fl. His goal is to help you live a Gospel-centered life through the liberating power of faith in Jesus Christ.
 
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Your boss may be a Glory Hog if you ever hear something like, “Your ideas are outstanding! I’m glad I had them.” Glory Hogs are bad news. They destroy teams and communities. They’re obsessed with glory, fame, and praise, and can’t stand the thought of someone else getting them. Ultimately, of course, Glory Hogs are conniving, insecure, and petty. M…
 
The graphic novel and movie industries seem obsessed with origin stories (often called prequels), looking back and making the case for why a character or group is who they are. It changes our understanding of them, most often illuminating something we didn’t know before…something foundational. In many ways we can never see them the same way again.M…
 
The promise given to David was that God would make for himself a home, and that David’s descendent would sit upon the throne forever. A temple and a king. But the Temple built by Solomon is burned to the ground and the line of David ends with the last king of Judah blinded and taken away to Babylon. Yet the people of God kept on hoping in this prom…
 
Last week a friend asked rhetorically, “Wouldn’t life be simpler if there were just good guys and bad guys?” I had to agree. It would. Either/Or thinking creates less tension (and uses less energy) than Both/And thinking. When it comes to what salvation means, some Christians would say, “It’s all about saving souls”. Others insist, “It’s all about …
 
Patience has been described as, “The quality you admire in the driver behind you, but can’t stand in the driver in front of you.” For most of us patience is hard. But in the weeks leading up to Advent, and during Advent itself, we’re told over and over again to prepare—to wait with patience—for the coming of the Lord, past and future. And so, it’s …
 
Americans are impatient. Or at least I am. “Next day delivery on Amazon Prime?!? But I want it now.” Wait? The ubiquitous droning message of the commercial world is, “Don’t. Have it now.” This stands in cultural contrast to Advent: a season of waiting (and penitence) as we look forward to a joyous celebration that begins on Christmas Day—a feast in…
 
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