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We preach Christ crucified, the power and the wisdom of God. Because of that at Sampa we want to experience God, encourage each other and extend His Kingdom.  

Sampa - Passion for life

Sampa - Passion for life

Sao Paulo is about passion. Passion for people and the grandeur of urban scenarios. Passion for something greater than yourself. It drives you and yet it holds the reins. Mature…

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Three ways to reflect on God's Word *


"Anyone who listens to the word but does not do what it says is like a man who looks at his face in a mirror and, after looking at himself, goes away and immediately forgets what he looks like."  James 1:23-24 (NIV)

God's Word is like a mirror. We use mirrors to evaluate ourselves.  We look in a mirror to assess the damage from the night before.  Then we do something about it.  What good is a mirror if we don't do anything about what we see?  God says a mirror reflects what we're like on the outside and God's Word reflects what we're like on the inside.

James gives us three practical ways to reflect on the Word of God --

1.  Read it. "The man who looks intently into the perfect law" (James 1:25 NIV). The word "look" in Greek means "to stoop down and gaze in."  James says to focus your attention on the Word of God. Look at it intently in detail.

Here are nine things to look for, the S.P.A.C.E.P.E.T.S:

       S - Is there a Sin to confess?

       P - Is there a Promise to claim?


Worship at Sampa Community Church - May 26, 2013

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June 2 iMarriage 3-3: It Takes Three


Changing an IMarriage Into an iMarriage (Big “I”, Little “i”)

Going into marriage, did you already have wishes, dreams and desires for yourself? A legitimate desire that becomes an expectation puts pressure on your relationship. Your marriage turns into and IMarriage - it is all about you. When a covenant relationship changes into a contractual relationship:

It destroys the sense of community between two people.
It erodes the sense of intimacy.
There is conflict.

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iMarriage message series - teaser

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You walk down the aisle with a “box” of dreams wishes and desires that you have about how your marriage will be in the future. You move forward with the phrase “I imagine…” on various topics.

  • Where you are going to live
  • How many children you are going to have
  • Roles for the wife/husband
  • Transportation and finances


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