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This Sunday | Bearing One Another's Burdens

Have you ever considered how much emphasis the Bible places not only our vertical relationship with God, but also our horizontal relationships with one another? In fact, the Bible indicates that our relationships with one another are a great indicator of our true relationship with God. Consider just one example. Listen to the words of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount: 14...

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This Sunday | For All The Saints, Sinners, and Strugglers

Jesus is pretty clear about the all-encompassing nature and uncompromising demands of discipleship. Do you remember this conversation between Jesus and a lawyer (Luke 10:25-28)? 25 And behold, a lawyer stood up to put him to the test, saying, “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” 26 He said to him, “What is written in the Law? How do you ...

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This Sunday's Message: "Sons Not Slaves"

Whose opinion of you ultimately matters? Who or what defines you? Who are you, really? Most of us define ourselves with reference to what we do or what we've done. Our sense of identity is tied to our activity. We roll our identity up and into our roles at home, school, work, community, church, and more. This can make us neurotic, frantically trying to produce or preserv...

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Sermon Review | The Highest: Renewing Your Mind

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind,”Romans 12:2a My grandmother was a great cook. Every holiday, we looked forward to elaborate feasts. At Easter, we would celebrate the resurrection of Jesus with hot cross buns, ham with pineapple glaze, and other delectable traditions. At the center of our feast table sat anoth...

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We're Off! Our New Sermon Series Is Underway!

I'll admit it. Sometimes, I struggle with doubt.Sometimes, I’m tempted to believe that some people are off limits to the power of God. They’re too hardened. They’re too militant in their opposition to even the idea of God and things of faith. They’re too resistant to ever respond. Can God's love transform even them? Theologically, I know what I...

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Week of September 4, 2016 | PK's Sermon Note

On Sunday, I shared a story from a wonderful book entitled, Mission without Conquest: An Alternative Missionary Practice. It described a man from the Argentine Chaco region, one who came to faith through the peaceful efforts of some Mennonite missionaries during the 20th century. Along with many of his people, he became a follower of Jesus.We recounted that as this discipl...

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Certain Comfort for Uncertain Times

Is it just me or is there an almost tangible sense of uncertainty out there? Many have the sense that our world is changing not only in profound ways, but also at a very hectic pace. It can be very disorienting, leaving people feeling a variety of things - from anger to apathy, from adrenaline to angst.  I read yesterday that there is now one ISIS attack in Euro...

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Steve Brown Preaching December 6th


We're so thrilled to have Steve Brown preach on Sunday morning, December 6th, at both our 8:30AM and 11:00AM worship services. Steve will be preaching the second message in our Advent series, Christmas is for Ragamuffins. He'll be sharing about Mary, the mother of Jesus. You're not going to want to miss this.  About Steve Brown Steve Brown is a radio broadcaste...

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