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Mercy the Apex of God’s Glory

I hope that what Pastor Toph said on Sunday is still swirling around in your heart. Mercy is the apex of the glory of God. That is an amazing statement to ponder. Think about the various aspects of the glory of God. He is glorious in holiness. He is glorious in strength. He is glorious […]

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The Eternal And Majestic Servant

It seems odd that we won’t be in the Gospel of John on Sunday. What began in the fall of 2015 with the eternality of the Son, finished with the portrait of him as the majestic servant. Now there are also many other things that Jesus did. Were every one of them to be written, […]

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Majesty and Meekness

Majesty and meekness. How does the glory of majesty meet the glory of meekness in one person? We know of no one who displays this type of multifaceted glory like the one who John’s gospel calls us to believe in for eternal life. Pastor Dieudonné’s application point was directed at two groups. The first group […]

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Do Not Disbelieve But Believe

What a celebration we had on Sunday! From our slain Passover Lamb to our Risen Lord and God, we had much reason to sing with all that was in us, to listen intently to the greatest story our hearts were made to hear and to go back out into our communities joyfully as people who […]

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The Great Exchange

When was the last time you had to exchange something? Typically we don’t find value in exchanging something for that which is of a lesser value. If we can’t switch it for something higher we at least want an equal exchange. There were many characters in our passage from Sunday. There of course was Jesus […]

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Blind Leadership, Blown Leadership, Brilliant Leadership

Then Jesus, knowing all that would happen to him, came forward. Those last two words jumped at me from John 18:1-27 this past Sunday, March 26, 2017. Here, in the darkness of blind leadership and in the failure of blown leadership, brilliant leadership pierces through the night and knocks over those who came to arrest […]

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The Glory of the Triune God in John 17

Pastor Dave said it best to me after Sunday’s sermon — John 17 deserves at least 4 sermons! Yes! At least 4. There are glories in this text that stagger the human heart and call us to feast unending. Our purpose statement starts off by saying that we exist to glorify God by enjoying him. […]

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“Take heart, I have overcome the world”

As we heard in the sermon on March 5, 2017, Jesus has secured for us indomitable joy and peace in God by his resurrection. So seek your joy in God and not your circumstances because God will always be there. As you go through this week, whatever trials may come your way, remember Jesus’ words, […]

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Vine, Abide, Fruit

Pastor John shared with us 3 words that came from our time in John 15. Those three words were vine, abide, and fruit. What is the relationship between these three words? One connection that stands out is how fruit even appears on the vine. How do we get from vine to fruit? Abide. The word […]

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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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