Monthly Archives: December 2018

He Came To Save Us

In his book, Hidden Christmas, Tim Keller wrote: In 1961 the Russians put the first man into space, Yuri Gagarin. Nikita Khrushchev was the Russian premier, and he said that when Gagarin went into space, the cosmonaut discovered that there … Continue reading

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King of kings

On Sunday, we looked at Matthew 2:1-18 and saw that King Herod’s response to the news of King Jesus’ birth was to attack, seeking to kill Jesus. Herod felt that his kingship was threatened by Jesus’ Kingship. We saw that … Continue reading

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Worship or Weariness?

In his book, The 10 Commandments, Kevin DeYoung asks: Are we teaching our kids that Sunday is the day we go to church or the day we try to squeeze in church? Is Sunday my day of climax of collapse? … Continue reading

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Book Table

We are restocking the book table and adding lots of new titles. I wanted to provide a list of the titles that will be available starting this Sunday. Find a good book to read with a friend in hopes that … Continue reading

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