Sermons by Matthew Ruttan


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Saving Christmas (From Ourselves)

Saving Christmas (From Ourselves)

Speaker: | November 26, 2017

Something seems broken about Christmas—not in its meaning, but in HOW we celebrate it. Do you find Christmas too busy, too expensive, too sad, too shallow or too stressful? If so, you may be getting...


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Mathematics of Spiritual Warfare

Mathematics of Spiritual Warfare

Speaker: | November 12, 2017

In National Lampoon’s Vacation, Chevy Chase plays a father who falls asleep at the wheel of his car while he and his family (also sleeping) careen through neighbourhoods putting everyone in danger. On November 12th...


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How To Advance World Peace

How To Advance World Peace

Speaker: | November 05, 2017

In North America, over 40 million people are diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder. There is sabre-rattling between North Korea and America. There has been a deluge of natural disasters. Terror attacks continue in Las Vegas,...


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How To Be Wealthy (without any money)

How To Be Wealthy (without any money)

Speaker: | October 29, 2017

According to Mother Teresa, the spiritual poverty in the West is WORSE than the physical poverty in Calcutta. Wow. That’s a pretty huge statement. But why would she say that? On October 29 at Westminster we...


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When Possessions Possess You

When Possessions Possess You

Speaker: | October 22, 2017

Why do many rich people feel like they’re missing something? Why do many poor people seem to have something that others don’t? And how can we live wealthy lives regardless of how much money we...


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The True Barometer of Your Faithfulness

The True Barometer of Your Faithfulness

Speaker: | October 08, 2017

I’ve never been thankful for fleas. But these days, I’m starting to wonder. October 8 was Thanksgiving Sunday at Westminster. We explored the incredibly close relationship between thankfulness and faithfulness. In fact, as R Alan...


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One Heartbeat Away From Meeting Your Maker

One Heartbeat Away From Meeting Your Maker

Speaker: | September 10, 2017

We live in the age of distraction. Researchers even talk about “DAF – Directed Attention Fatigue.” Our brains have to work incredibly hard to wade through the information that is hurtling toward us at breakneck...


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