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A Christian Testimony in the Face of Evil

Yet again we find ourselves staring at the senseless act of a mass shooting. What happened at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas is no more appalling than the shootings in Las Vegas, Orlando, or San Bernardino and yet the sting that is felt strikes a chord for us in the body of Christ. […]

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Kingship Belongs to the Lord

All the ends of the earth shall remember and turn to the Lord, and all the families of the nations shall worship before you. For kingship belongs to the Lord, and he rules over the nations. Psalm 22:27, 28 There were so many good things to highlight from Pastor Dieudonné’s message this past Sunday. To […]

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Who Are You?

Who are you? That question can be answered in ten thousand ways. What we heard on Sunday is that at our core we are image bearers. We have been made in the image of God to reflect and represent him and the goal of that image is Christlikeness. Implications abound from this reality. Listen to […]

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What is The Profit of Our Keeping God’s Charge

Here are grievous words spoken by the LORD our God … You have said, ‘It is vain to serve God. What is the profit of our keeping his charge.’ (Malachi 3:14) Jubilee … when we seek to imitate the world … are we not speaking those same words with our lives. Are we not proclaiming […]

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Our Hearts Are Designed To Be Filled

Our hearts are designed to be filled. We can either fill them with God’s Word or with other things. For David, he knew the significance of the Word of God and so stored it up in his heart. He says, “I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against […]

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Love One Another

In our sermon this week, Pastor Lewis exhorted us with John’s words to not love the world or the things of the world because “the world is passing away along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever” (1 John 2:17). One reason we are not to love the world is […]

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See the Love of God

Pastor Lew painted the amazing picture of God’s love for us, the kind of love that we need Holy Spirit empowerment to comprehend. John begins in 1 John 3:1 with the command, “See.” I want to focus on this command. What this command “see” means is that we need to take time to meditate on […]

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God Is Light, Walk In The Light

God is light, and everyone who claims to fellowship with him must walk in the light. But what does it mean to walk in the light? Light dispels the darkness of sin, so to walk in the light is to live a life of obedience, not hiding sin but confessing sin in hopes of God’s […]

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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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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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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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