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Glorious God

We focused on Gather Grow Go for God’s Glory this past Sunday. During the sermon I recommended several books on the Attributes of God to help you think well about the God of all Glory. One recommendation was, God Is: … Continue reading

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Evangelism…Help!

On Sunday, Pastor Jess preached the Go of our Gather Grow Go series. As a church, we are praying that we all will Go with the Gospel into every area of our lives and that we will especially be intentional Going with … Continue reading

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“Domesticated Gospel”

This past Sunday, as we focused on the Grow of Gather Grow Go, I sought to make the argument that we never outgrow the Gospel. In Christ, the Gospel contains “unsearchable riches” (Eph. 3:8). However, one problem that often plagues … Continue reading

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Two Enemies of Service

There are two main enemies that will prevent us from serving one another. They are laziness and busyness. David Gibson writes in his book on Ecclesiastes entitled, Living Life Backwards, the following: How can I be a giver instead of … Continue reading

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Confidence in Prayer

As a church, one of our areas of focus for 2019 is prayer. We are hoping that, by God’s grace, we all will grow in the area of prayer this year. In his book, Why We Pray, William Philip offers … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Started Right

We love new beginnings, this is why every New Year folks make resolutions as they think about areas of their lives where they would like to see change. The New Year provides a kind of new beginning, a blank slate … Continue reading

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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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