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Deacons at Jubilee

Hi Jubilee Family, Why do we have deacons? Elders, as “overseers,” make directional decisions guided by our vision, while deacons, as “servants,” facilitate congregational involvement so that this vision becomes a reality. This role of leading the church in service cannot be overestimated. Thabiti Anyabwile states, “The Lord has not established the office of deacon […]

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Remembering Noelle Buller

Thank you for grieving and celebrating the precious life of Noelle Buller together with her family. You can view her funeral service here. Memorial Gifts The Bullers would like memorial gifts directed to Hope Academy. You can find ways to give here: http://hopeschool.org/giving/ways-to-give/ or call 612-721-6294, ext. 106.   Helping with Funeral Costs We are […]

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Noelle Buller’s Story

When Noelle was diagnosed prenatally with a genetic syndrome, Trisomy 18, she was handed a death sentence by her doctors before she was even born. We praise God for preserving Noelle Buller‘s life against all odds this past year and for the beautiful things He has wrought through this challenging situation. Continue to pray for […]

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SAY YES to the Jubilee Youth Center

The reality of life as a youth in America can be very dark.  Every day 351 children are arrested for drug abuse.  Every 9 seconds a student drops out of high school.  Every 4 hours a young person commits suicide.  Juvenile crime triples during non-school hours.  That is why the inner city ministry of Cru […]

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Sermons for Saplings

Our main goal at Jubilee in regard to parenting is to equip fathers and mothers to train up their children “in the discipline and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4).  This means we want to help parents fulfill their God-given responsibility to teach their children how to rightly understand and apply the Word of God, so as to […]

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Resources on the Bible and Homosexuality

We have put together this collection of Resources on the Bible and Homosexuality. We will keep this list available so you can come back to it as often as you need. As we find other good resources on this topic, we will add them here, so check back often. Books Articles We Are All Messy […]

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Jesus Our Foundation for Marriage

As we studied I Peter 3:1-7 on Sunday, Pastor John pointed out to us that the passage does not make sense apart from the foundation of the example of Jesus.  We must go back and study the foundation if we desire to embrace the truth of this passage. The truth becomes clear when understood from […]

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A Gift That Keeps Giving

The true Christmas Spirit is a gift that keeps Giving. The true Christmas Spirit is a Spirit. I’m not talking about some nebulous, gooey thing out there. I’m talking about a real spiritual being. Pastor Russ told us last night that there is a thief among us, steeling all our Christmas joy. This thief uses […]

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Video: Race, Ferguson and the Church – Town Hall Discussin with Thabiti Anyabwile and John Erickson

Listen in on this conversation between Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile and Pastor John Erickson as they discuss race and Ferguson in light of the grace of the gospel of Jesus Christ. In our country today there are many issues of race and injustice that are boiling just under the surface in many inner-city communities. What should […]

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The Big God in Your Missional Life Group

As we start up our MLGs this year, it is good to ask yourself the question, “What do you want from your small group this fall?” There are so many good things we can desire and many that will ultimately result from making an effort to plug into this smaller fellowship at Jubilee. Marshall Segal writing […]

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Four Habits of a Happy Heart

Marshall Segal from Desiring God takes us for a stroll through Psalm 130 to consider Four Habits of a Happy Heart: Today’s happiness is not promised, and it refuses to be assumed. True happiness — the kind that really anchors, satisfies, inspires, and lasts — is not something to be taken for granted. It’s not […]

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Men – How is that Second Shift Going?

Below is an article summarizing a new series challenging men to step up for the “Second Shift” that has been recently published on the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood blog. The second shift they are referring to is the time after work when you need to transition from work to being home and supporting […]

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