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That is the Grace - Matt Chandler

Here's some great gospel truth from Matt Chandler! ...

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The Girl Who Couldn't Afford a Lamb

Early in Luke's gospel (Luke 1:26-38) we read about an angel announcing to a young woman, a virgin named Mary, that she will give birth to a baby boy named Jesus. But let's backtrack. This woman, Mary, was likely so young that most of us would prefer to call her a girl. She was likely in her early teens when the angel appeared to give her this news. She'd lived her whole ...

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Picnic & Baptism After Church This Sunday!

Join us right after church this Sunday for a picnic and baptism at Inverlea Park! Bring your own food. Here's a map: ...

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A Change in our Small Group Strategy

Acts 2:42 says, "They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers." We believe that this verse indicates the necessary components of healthy church life. In addition to our corporate worship on Sundays, including preaching and the ordinances of baptism and communion, this verse indicates Christians should be dev...

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A Trinitarian Gospel

I'd highly recommend Michael Reeves' book, "Delighting in the Trinity." It's short, easy to read, and very enjoyable and informative. Here, Mike gives a 10 minute presentation on how the Christian belief in God as a Trinitarian being gives meaning and shape to the gospel we proclaim: ...

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Maintain a Vertical Focus

It is important to be confident in God's sovereignty in the midst of the difficult circumstances of our lives....

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Deep and Wide Gospel Growth

Colossians says that the gospel is "bearing fruit and increasing" (Col 1:5-6) not only in the unbelieving world, but also in the Colossian church. This indicates that the gospel is not only for unbelievers, but for believers too! In other words, the gospel must do more than justify sinners since it continues to be relevant to, and bear fruit in, those who are already justi...

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