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The Birth Of A Church

The people of God were different and this gets to the heart of what the church is as a called out people belonging to God....

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Gospel Confidence in Persecution


What is our call as Christ’s Church in the West regarding the 47 killed, 100 injured, and thousands morning the loss of friends and family in the Coptic Church in Egypt?...

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On a Treasure Hunt

Different treasures battle for my heart every day. There is a war raging for the throne of my heart. Most days I treasure my own selfish desires more than treasuring Christ. I’m in desperate daily need of the Holy Spirit to continually redirect my heart toward Christ. I want Him to be my ultimate treasure more and more on a daily basis....

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Psalm 34

BlogPsalm 34

What do we do when life takes a surprising turn and we find ourselves in a dire situation? David found himself in such place and he wrote Psalm 34 to sing and declare his trust and hope in the Lord....

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Is God Still With Us?


This week has been a difficult week. I have felt the influence of the evil one; whispering lies, convincing me that I am not good enough. Telling me that my past sin is too much for Jesus to overcome. Weighing me down with guilt and shame. ‘Why would God want to dwell with you?’...

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Bible Reading Resources


Within the pages of Scripture we find the very Word of God--given to us for His glory and our good. Want to hear from the Spirit of God in 2017? Open your Bible....

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No Vacancy


Now you would think that if God so rules the world as to use an empire-wide census to bring Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem, he surely could have seen to it that a room was available in the inn......

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St. Patrick's Breastplate


Many have commented on the beautiful prayer that was read in the Worship Gathering on November 27th. The prayer is an excerpt from the final section of St. Patrick's Breastplate, also known as The Lorica of St. Patrick. The Lorica is a prayer attributed to one of Ireland's most beloved patron saints....

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Today, on Thanksgiving, I am grateful for you--my church family. When my wife and I think about family, we think about those we have the pleasure of doing life with. We think about the people who have stood by our side when the days are difficult. We think about the brothers and sisters who love us enough to call us out on our sin--and point us to the glorious gospel of Je...

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Dream Team

Dream Team

In October of 2014, I was given a challenge by Pastor Don to state a dream that we had for our areas of ministry....

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