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Getting into the Gospel of John


This Sunday we begin a new sermon series called Seeing is Believing, a study on the Gospel of John. As we look forward to hearing God's message in this book, it might be helpful to begin to consider the why John wrote this book, how he wrote this book, and why we are going to spend many months learning from it. First, John makes it really simple to understand why he w...

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Jesus in Athens


This Sunday, our church is focusing our attention on global missions as we welcome Darren Carlson. Darren is the founder of Training Leaders International, an organization dedicated to equipping pastors and strengthening churches all over the world. As a point of connection, one of our members, Bruce Forsee, is teaching overseas with TLI this week. Please remember Bruc...

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Rescue Those Who Are Being Taken Away to Death: Remembering What is At Stake in the Abortion Debate


January 22 marks the Anniversary of Roe v Wade. In the 47 years since that Supreme Court case, and its accompanying case (Doe v Bolton), more than 61 million babies have been aborted in our country. Put into perspective, this means that 61 million babies created by God, made in the image of God, and created for the glory of God, have been killed in the place where God bri...

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Read the Bible with us in 2020


Bible reading plans for 2020...

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Rhythms of Grace: Three Reflections on Worship


Do you find yourself in God's gospel story week to week? How does the gospel inform worship? What should we include and exclude in our Sunday morning services? These are just a couple of the questions Mike Cosper answers in his book, Rhythms of Grace: How the Church's Worship Tells the Story of the Gospel. Written by a pastor who has led music in the church for decades,...

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Give Thanks For the Gifts Jesus Gives You: A Thanksgiving Meditation on Ephesians 4

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7But grace was given to each one of us according to the measure of Christ's gift. 8Therefore it says, "When he ascended on high he led a host of captives,and he gave gifts to men." Ephesians 4:78 In this week of Thanksgiving, it is good to remember that thanksgiving is more than a feeling prompted by turkey and stuffing. Thanksgiving is a way of life for those who have b...

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The Strength That God's Sovereignty Supplies: A Meditation from the Book of Joshua


10The Lord brings the counsel of the nations to nothing;he frustrates the plans of the peoples.11The counsel of the Lord stands forever,the plans of his heart to all generations.12Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord,the people whom he has chosen as his heritage!-- Psalm 33:1012 -- Throughout the book of Joshua we see the personal presence of God. In battle after b...

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For Disciples and Disciplers . . . A Short Biblical Survey of Beauty


And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit. . . . In their case the god of this world has blinded the minds of the unbelievers, to keep them from seeing the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God. 5...

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Baptized into knowing God


Joshua 34 is about Israel crossing the Jordan River and entering the PromisedLand, which is to say it is about a baptism into and with Joshua. Seeing that"baptism," however, will take a little cross-referencing and you can read about10 things in Joshua 34 that help us get there in Pastor David's blog. Perhaps the two most important points for us to see revolve around the a...

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How Joshua Teaches Us to Find True and Everlasting Life


Moses was dead to begin with.-- Joshua 1:1 -- Marley was dead to begin with.-- Charles Dickens-- When Charles Dickens wrote the opening line toA Christmas Carol,he touched off one of the most wonderful Christmas stories ever told. Marley, the miserly associate of Ebenezer Scrooge, was dead and now all eyes turned to his living partner. Though the story begins in the dark...

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