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Pastor Brendon Wilson

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Pastor Brendon's weekly message from Fusion Church | Egg Harbor Township ,Somers Point, Mays Landing, Ocean City, Linwood, Vineland, Millville Bridgeton, NJ. Where God and Life come together. Welcome home!
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GOD AT WORK WHERE IS GOD WORKING? NOW GET BEHIND HIM! GOD IS ALWAYS AT WORK AROUND US EPHESIANS 3:20 Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, 21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen. GOD IS ABLE …. Not…
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Milestone years are always great opportunities to reflect on all the years that make them a milestone. Join us today as we celebrate some of the amazing things we have seen God do in and through Fusion City Church since its inception 10 years ago.توسط Brian Duncan, Quentin Long, Jonah Bostian
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When we are intentional to stop, reflect, rest, and enjoy what God is up to in our lives we are certainly the better for it. We talked a lot about why that is true last week. The problem many of us face is HOW to stop, reflect, rest and enjoy what God is up to. If the thought of stopping, or slowing down feels more stressful to you than constant, n…
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Often times the practices and habits that are best and healthiest for us are the hardest to implement into our lives. In the list of things that would benefit us, but few people do is the practice of a regular rhythm of rest. While it is a "good idea," and sounds to some like, "it sure would be nice," it is also a command...and more than a command,…
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What we learn about the practice of prayer in the Bible and how the church, for the most part, has come to actually practice it looks quite different. Perhaps, more of us would pray passionately and consistently if someone actually taught us how to do it. Is that not what the Disciples asked Jesus; to teach them to pray? If you've never been taught…
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Have you ever had the frustration of an itch you cannot scratch? It seems as though nothing you do effectively causes relief. Have you ever felt the same frustration regarding situations in your life when it seems as though nothing you do affects any sort of change in the situation? When we try all of the solutions except the only right solution we…
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In the most tense of moments, how we behave is nearly instinctual. What we say and do in those moments is a revealer of who we truly are. If we would hope that our lives are honoring to Christ it is necessary for us to evaluate what pours out when there is no time for filters or facade. Simply enough, what pours out is what has been most taken in. …
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When you are in trouble, where you turn for help matters. You may find something that actually helps, or you may find something that adds to the trouble. In other words, when we look for help in the wrong place, it adds difficulty to the situation we are trying to fix. In a country with lots of division, tension, and questions our solution is not o…
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Have you ever misheard something that was said and ended up lost, confused, or angry? In His most famous sermon, Jesus opens with a list of things that would increase our joy for living. We call them the Beattitudes. They all start with "Blessed are the..." One of resolves in that list is "Peacemakers." We read, "Blessed are the peacemakers," but m…
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Every tense political season in our country provides a remarkable opportunity for the Church to be and do what Christ called us to be and do. Almost every time, we fail or have very limited success in taking advantage of that opportunity. Here we are again: a divided country, polarizing candidates for President, moral issues creating debate, and fo…
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The adage says: "You can't know where you're going until you know where you've been." That was certainly Moses' mindset after seeing and experiencing the consequences levied on his generation for their behavior. Like any good person, Moses instructs future generations, including ours, to learn from their mistakes. His retelling of the events, and h…
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Chances are, if you have tried to read it, Leviticus is not your favorite book of the Bible. Or, it has been weaponized by a naysayer of Christianity to debunk or devalue your faith. Either way, no one would be excited about a message about Leviticus. However, when we understand its purpose and how it factors into the larger story of the Bible, its…
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Our trust of anyone is dependent on their ability to repeatedly come through. The story of God's faithfulness in Exodus is a picture of His grace, His provision, and His awareness of the plight of His people. Knowing that God knows, that He cares, and that He will faithfully move on behalf of His people is a great reminder of why we can trust Him. …
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Are you intimidated by the Bible? It's a lot pages, a lot of history, and lot of commands, and a lot of information about an invisible, but all powerful God. Do you feel like the Bible is important, but confusing? If so, then our new series is for you! We are going to do a flyover, book by book through the Bible. Much like your favorite shows on TV…
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More often than not during His earthly ministry, Jesus shattered the expectations of onlookers and listeners. Lucky for us, the same was true regarding His death. As miraculous as the resurrection of Jesus is, it does not matter if it doesn't matter to you. Today, we'll celebrate our Risen Savior, but we will also confront ourselves with the questi…
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As long as you think your spouse owes you, your marriage will be all about keeping score. That destroys intimacy. It destroys love. But what are we supposed to do about our hopes, dreams, and desires? First, we have an honest conversation about those things, and then we invite God into the relationship to help. God has a stipulation, though, before…
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If there is one part of scripture read at weddings more than any other it is definitely 1 Corinthians 13. It is most commonly referred to as the "love chapter." How ironic would it be if you were to find out that getting married actually makes it harder to love your spouse in the manner described in that chapter? Well, it's true. It's true because …
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There is a simple question that many or most married couples never consider, yet not knowing the answer is catastrophic to their marriage relationship and, by proxy, to their family. Here is the question: what is the purpose of marriage? If someone cannot answer that question, is it not safe to say they should not get married? Yet it is happening, …
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Our lives consist of innumerable decisions. There are limited number of hours in our day, dollars in our accounts, and loyalties to be dispensed. As a result, we are required to choose where our limited quantities of resources are placed. Each decision is a trade, one thing for another. When God offers to us a relationship with Him, it comes with a…
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