• When Jesus Shows Up

    When Jesus shows up, His peace calms our fears. His perspective curbs our confusion and His proposal changes our purpose and His presence corresponds with power! There is resurrection power in Him. Jesus is here right now! He lives! If we’ll allow Him


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  • Foundation Transition

    Welcome to Clay Road! We’re glad you’re here. Two Sunday’s ago, we began the series, Easter Changed Everything! It was intended to express the fundamental and foundational changes that Jesus Christ’s death, burial and resurrection made. Last week we


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  • The Significance of HIs Burial

    Do you know what else was buried when they buried Jesus? Micah 7:19 says, He will again have compassion on us; He will tread our iniquities under foot.


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  • Easter Means A Fresh Start

    Good morning and welcome to Clay Road! We are glad you chose to celebrate the resurrection with us! Martin Luther said, “Our Lord has written the promise of resurrection, not


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  • Friday’s Statement

    We have been studying the book of John on Wednesday nights and this past Wednesday we looked at the events leading up to the crucifixion


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  • Jesus is Still in Control

    He was in control before creation, He was in control when Jesus was on the cross and He’s still in control today. Don’t reject the only plan available for salvation. Don’t ignore


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  • When the Cheering Stops

    Easter changed everything! The Savior’s “Triumphal Entry” into the city of Jerusalem was also a “Tragic Entry”. One week before “Resurrection Sunday,” it signaled both deliverance and doom. Deliverance for those who acknowledged Jesus


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  • Caught Between The Rock and a Hard Place

    In our text tonight, we encounter a tremendous moral struggle. The man experiencing this struggle is the Prefect or governor of Judea, Pontius Pilate. His struggle begins when comes face to face


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  • Stop Existing; Start Living

    Carpe diem (usually translated “seize the day”) is a shortened version of the original Latin phrase “Carpe diem quam minimum credula postero“, meaning “seize the day, trusting as little as possible in the future.” In


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