Reno Church of Christ

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April 2nd, Morning Sermon

“People Are Worth It”

People are messy. People are a lot of work. It’s easy to forget that we were created to have relationships and that takes effort. Please join us as we are reminded of how valuable people and relationships are.


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April 16th, Morning Sermon

“The Perfect Spouse”

More important than finding the perfect spouse is being the perfect spouse.


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April 30th, Morning Sermon

“Will You Help Me Hide a Body? – True Friendship”

"As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another." - Proverbs 27:17 With so many social connections today many have forgotten what true friendship really is.


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May 14th, Morning Sermon

“Spiritual Relationships”

More than the need for physical relationships, we need to develop spiritual relationships. Not only with other Christians but a deeper relationship with God.


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April 9th, Morning Sermon

"You Don’t Have To Be Afraid of Being Single"

Single, Divorced, Widowed? Singles are a swiftly growing portion of our society. In fact, only 42% of all households in the US are headed by single adults. Paul said that being single is more desirable for a Christian than being married. Paul makes it clear that if you are single, God can make your situation a blessing rather than a curse if you look to Him to do it.


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April 23rd, Morning Sermon

“Putting God Back in the Family”

The parent/child relationship is one of the most amazing relationships we can experience. Children alternate between wanting to please their parents and wanting to get as far away from them as they can. Parents can look at their child as a gift from God most of the time but every once in a while, they see them as a test from hell.


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May 7th, Morning Sermon

“Be All That You Can Be – The Christian Worker”

The average person will spend almost 100,000 hours at work during the course of their lifetime. Someone once estimated that from age 18 to age 65, working 40 hours a week, you’ll spend more than 1/3rd of your life at work! Do you enjoy your work? Does the way you work reflect your faith?


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May 21st, Morning Sermon

Concluding Thoughts 

Short sermons by Nathan DeWitt, Matt Hayes, Alex Herota