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Best of the Week for September 3, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Yawning at Majesty:How to Fight Boredom with theBible - Jon Bloom, Desiring God Yea but, ...

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Sunday Preview for September 2, 2018

Sunday Preview

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Morning: The Crossroads of Belief (John 10:22-42) - James Enns Evening: Why We Are Her...

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Best of the Week for August 27

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Make 'God Talk' an Everyday Part of Family Life - Julie Melilli, The Gospel Coalition Six...

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Sunday Preview for August 26, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon I Am the Good Shepherd (John 10:11-21) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading Titus 1 S...

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Best of the Week - August 20, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Praying for Others - Colton Corder, Credo Magazine Behold Your Mother - Daniel Darling, D...

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Sunday Preview for August 19, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Mount Sinai (Exodus 19) - David Pollard Scripture Reading Ruth 4 Songs Almighty...

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Best of the Week for August 13, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. The Strongest Christians Are the Ones Most Willing to Repent- Nathan Millican, Theology Alon...

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Sunday Preview for August 12, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon I Am the Door (John 10:1-10) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading Ruth 3 Songs I L...

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Best of the Week - August 6, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. What Does It Mean To Be A Christian, Really? - Leah Baugh, Core Christianity How God Spea...

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Sunday Preview for August 5, 2018

Sunday Preview

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon But Now I See - Part 2 (John 9:13-41) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading Ruth 2 Son...

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Best of the Week - July 30, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. From the Ears to the Brain to the Heart - Derek Thomas, Reformation21 When Your Christian...

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Sunday Preview for July 29, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon But Now I See - Part 1 (John 9:1-12) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading Ruth 1 Song...

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Best of the Week for July 23, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Passing Down theTruth - John MacArthur, Ligonier Ministries God's Character in Dying: Eve...

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Sunday Preview for July 22, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Jesus is God (John 8:48-59) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading 2 Peter 3 Songs All...

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Best of the Week - July 16, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Measuring a Missionary's Success - C.J. Moore, Crdeo Magazine The Lord's Supper - Jim Ham...

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Sunday Preview for July 15, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Of Your Father (John 8:37-47) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading 2 Peter 2 Songs A...

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Best of the Week - July 9, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How to Prepare for Sunday - Cassie Watson, GoThereFor How to Be a Burden - Garrett Flatt, F...

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Sunday Preview for July 8, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Free Indeed (John 8:31-36) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading 2 Peter 1 Songs By F...

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Best of the Week - July 2, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Can I Trust God with My Child's Suffering? - Genna Marshall, GlennaMarshall.com How to Brin...

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Sunday Preview for July 1, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Morning: The Danger of Dying (John 8:21-30) - Bryan Wolff Evening: The Fear of the Lor...

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Best of the Week - June 25, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How to share the gospel with a stranger - Michael Taylor, GoThereFor Prayer: The Key to Lon...

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Sunday Preview for June 24, 2018

Sunday Preview

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon The Light of the World (John 8:12-20) Scripture Reading Micah 5-6 Songs All H...

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Best of the Week - June 18, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Do not *Just* Bring Your Friend to Church- Jason Vaughan, Parking Space 23 Sculpted head of...

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Sunday Preview for June 17, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Morning: Humanity, Hypcocrisy, Mercy (John 7:53-8:11) - James Enns Evening: Deciding ...

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Best of the Week - June 11, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How to Sharpen Your Concentration for Bible Reading - Scott Slayton, Gentle Reformation 21 ...

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Sunday Preview for June 10, 2018

Sunday Preview

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Quenching our Thirst (John 7:37-52) - James Enns Scripture Reading Micah 1-2 Son...

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Best of the Week - June 4, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. What Proverbs Teaches about Being Teachable - Kevin Halloran, For the Church Your Best Year...

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Sunday Preview for June 3, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. This Sunday we celebrate Pastor James' 30th anniversary at RCC. Click here for more information...

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Best of the Week - May 28, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Twelve Tips for Parenting in the DigitalAge - Tony Reinke, Desiring God Just Stop It: Instr...

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Sunday Preview for May 27, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Who is this Jesus? (John 7:25-36) - James Enns Scripture Reading Psalm 46 Songs ...

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Best of the Week - May 21, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. The Hope of Forgiveness - Nicholas Batzig, Feeding on Christ You Are Totally (Not) Depr...

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Sunday Preview - May 20, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Morning: Judging Jesus (John 7:14-24) - Bryan Wolff Evening: Ministry 101 (Colossian...

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Best of the Week - May 14, 2018

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On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. What the Word of God Says About the Word of God, Book by Book - Jared Wilson, For the Chur...

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Sunday Preview - May 13, 2018

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On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon The Tide of Unbelief (John 7:1-13) - James Enns Scripture Reading Acts 27:39-28:10 S...

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Best of the Week - May 7, 2018

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. The Problem with Falling in Love - Tim Challies, Challies.com Singleness Shows Us the G...

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Sunday Preview - May 6, 2018

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Fans or Followers (John 6:60-71) - James Enns Evening: What Has Jesus Done For You? (C...

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Best of the Week (4/30)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. A Single Woman's Place in the Church - Courtney Reissig, CourtneyRessig.com Yes, Intell...

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Sunday Preview (4/29)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Dining on the Bread of Heaven (John 6:41-59) - James Enns Scripture Reading Act...

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Best of the Week (4/23)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Starting from Zero - Mindy Belz, World Magazine Worry: A Barometer of Our Faith - Micha...

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Sunday Preview (4/22)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon The Bread of Life (John 6:22-40) - Bryan Wolff Scripture Reading Acts 25 Son...

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Best of the Week (4/16)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. An Open Letter to the Hesitant Host - Rosaria Butterfield, Crossway Does Your Heart Run...

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Cancellation & Rescheduling

Due to the condition of the roads we are cancelling our evening service tonight. However, we are now going to have a meal and update from the Bells and Stewarts from Hope Community Church Barlanark in Scotland TOMORROW (Monday) evening from 5:45-7:30 PM. We encourage all that are able to attend. Also, next Sunday (April 22) is our Annual Meeting. Annual Reports will be av...

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Cancellation

The morning service and Sunday Bible class hour are cancelled for today. We hope to still gather for our evening service. Watch this page for updates....

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Sunday Preview (4/15)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Morning: Sowing the Seed of the Kingdom (Mark 4:1-20) - Pete Stewart (Hope Communit...

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Best of the Week (4/9)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 4 Ways Christians Should Share Their Faith That Are Actually Effective - Matt Chandler, Re...

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Sunday Preview (4/8)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon Trusting Jesus in the Storm (John 6:16-21) - James Enns Scripture Reading Acts ...

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Best of the Week (4/2)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. The Gospel from Womb to Tomb - David Murray, Tabletalk Magazine Let's Ditch the Guilt o...

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Sunday Preview (4/1)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Schedule 8:00 AM SonRise Service (led by RCC Youth) 9:00 AM Family Breakfast 10:00 AM Re...

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Best of the Week (3/26)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How Do We Encourage Our Children to See the Church as Valuable? - Stephen Kneale, Building...

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Sunday Preview (3/25)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon The Sufficiency of Jesus (John 6:1-15) - James Enns Scripture Reading Acts 23:1...

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Best of the Week (3/19)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. All Men Need a Band of Gospel Brothers - David Prince, For the Church Little Eternal Be...

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Sunday Preview (3/18)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermons Morning: The Case for Belief (John 5:31-47) - Bryan Wolff Evening*: About the Aut...

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Best of the Week (3/12)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 10 Lessons on Parenting Big(ger) Kids - Tim Challies, Challies.com Read the Bible wit...

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Sunday Preview (3/10)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermons Like Father, Like Son (John 5:16-30) - James Enns Scripture Reading Acts 21:37...

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Best of the Week (3/5)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 10 Things You Should Know About Persecution - Tim Keesee, Core Christianity 3 Ways to D...

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Sunday Preview (3/4)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermons Morning: Jesus, God of Mercy (John 5:1-15) - James Enns Evening: What Does it Mea...

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Best of the Week (2/26)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. The Missing Word in Our Modern Gospel - Kevin DeYoung, The Gospel Coalition The Battle ...

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Sunday Preview (2/25)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon The Faith That Saves (John 4:43-5:??) - James Enns Scripture Reading Acts 21:...

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Best of the Week (2/19)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 100 years and counting (featuring Percy Skinner!) - Justin McGuire, Mlive 5 Reasons Chr...

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Sunday Preview (2/18)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermons Morning: The Savior of the World (John 4:27-42) - Bryan Wolff Evening: Our Call t...

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Best of the Week (2/12)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. What Should I Teach My Children About the Bible? - Emily Jenson, Risen Motherhood Wha...

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BUILD Men's Conference

On Monday, February 12 the registration cost for the Build Men's Conference increases $10! Men, we encourage you to seriously consider attending this year's conference. For more information see the video below, and follow the link at the bottom. If you have registered and are interested in coordinating some carpooling please let Pastor Bryan know. 2018 BUILD Men's Con...

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Sunday Preview (2/11)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Beginning last year, we have chosen to designate one Sunday in February to what we call "Or...

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Best of the Week (2/5)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. What it Means to Invest in Eternity - Jen Oshman, Gospel-Centered Discipleship Is God P...

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Sunday Preview

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermons Morning: The Hope of Living Water part 2 (John 4:16-26) - James Enns Evening*: The ...

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Best of the Week (1/29)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. The Incredible Testimony as a Former Gymnast Confronts Her Sexual Abuser in Court - Justin...

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Sunday Preview (1/28)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon The Hope of Living Water (John 1:1-15) - Pastor James Scripture Reading Acts 19:1...

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Best of the Week (1/22)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. The Peculiarity of Early Christian Worship (or How Early Christians Managed to Offend Just...

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Sunday Preview (1/21)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermons Morning: The Last Enemy (1 Corinthians 15:26) - Dr. Michael Wittmer Evening: The Re...

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Best of the Week (1/15)

On (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How to Help Your Children Read theBible- David Murray, Desiring God ...

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Sunday Preview (1/14)

On (most) Fridays we like to preview our upcoming Sunday to help our members prepare for gathering together. We suggest that you prayerfully read through passages to be considered, familiarize yourself with music to be sung, ready your own heart for worship and fellowship, etc. Sermon "Christ, Our Great Master Builder" (Hebrews 8:6-13) - Steve Best Scripture Readi...

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Best of the Week (1/8)

Beginning this year, on (most) Mondays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. New Church Plant Launching In Glasgow This Weekend! - Barlanark, 20...

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Best of the Week (12/22)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 10 Christmas Carols Everyone Should Know - Keith Getty, The Gospel Coalition The Matter...

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Best of the Week (12/15)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Introducing Hope Barlanark. Our Newest Church Plant In Glasgow - 20schemes The worst gi...

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Best of the Week (12/8)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Why is Parenting So Hard? - Paul Carter, The Gospel Coalition Canada Persevering Saints...

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Best of the Week (12/1)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Their friend sang Amazing Grace and was shot: Hostages detail their terrifying ordeal in...

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Best of the Week (11/24)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Beware These Seven Gospel-Distortions - Kristen Wetherell, KristenWetherell.com If the ...

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Best of the Week (11/17)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Why Are So Many SoSilent?: The Insider Movement in America - Greg Morse, Desiring God ...

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Best of the Week (11/10)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 10 Things to Pray Before Church - Kevin Halloran, Anchored in Christ The problem with p...

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Best of the Week (11/3)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 3 Things Every Christian Should Know About the Reformation - Michael Reeves, The Gospel Co...

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Best of the Week (10/27)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Sacrifice Your Preferences onSundays - Matt Merker, Desiring God The Spirit always wo...

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Best of the Week (10/20)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 6 Things Christ Does With Your Sin - Jared Wilson, For the Church Are Good Works Sneaki...

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Best of the Week (10/6)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Worship Isn't About Feelings - Katie Hughes, The Blazing Center What You Miss When You ...

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Best of the Week (9/29)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Does God Really Save Us by FaithAlone? - John Piper, Desiring God "Should I Force My Te...

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Best of the Week (9/22)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Choosing Church Week After Week- Tessa Thompson, True Woman The FAQs: What Christians...

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Best of the Week (9/15)

The Lord is Never Late - Jared Wilson, For the Church Are Smart, Educated Women Still Called to the Church Nursery? - Nana Dolce, Christianity Today Two Ways Missions Should Focus on the Local Church - Andy Johnson, The Gospel Coalition 5 Common Evangelism Excuses with Mark Dever - Mark Dever, CCC Discover Companionship in Marriage -Julie Ganschow, Biblical Counsel...

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Best of the Week (9/8)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. What To Do When You're Stuck in Doubt - Michael Kelley, For the Church If All My Sins A...

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Best of the Week (9/1)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Why North Koreans are rejecting Kim Jong-un and turning to Christ - Andrew Hamilton-Thom...

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Best of the Week (8/25)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. "Mom and Dad, I've become a Christian" - David Murray, HeadHeartHand Two Gifts You Give T...

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Best of the Week (8/18)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Why We Struggle to Pray in the Digital Age - Scott Slayton, One Degree to Another The N...

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Best of the Week (8/11)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 4 Things God Cannot Do - David Qaoud, Gospel Relevance The Lingering Stench of Sin - Ti...

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Best of the Week (8/4)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of My Diving Accident -Joni Eareckson Tada, The Gosp...

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Best of the Week (7/28)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Is Your Gospel an Urban Legand? - Jared Wilson, The Gospel Coalition A High View of Mar...

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Best of the Week (7/21)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How Can I Forgive Myself? - H.B. Charles Jr., HBCharlesJr.com Seven Promises to Pray Agai...

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Best of the Week (7/14)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Should I Feel God's Presence in My Life? R.C. Sproul, Ligonier Ministries Spiritual Gro...

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Best of the Week (6/23)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Fearing Christianity? - Mark Loughridge, Gentle Reformation What Is a Worldview? - James ...

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Best of the Week (6/16)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. When the Chariot of Guilt Rolls into Town - Erik Raymond, The Gospel Coalition What Does ...

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Best of the Week (6/9)

Rothbury Community Church: Rothbury, MI Best of the Week (6/2) // On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endors...

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Best of the Week (6/2)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. A Theology of theHome - John Tweeddale, Ligonier Ministries The Real Root of Sexual Sin -...

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Best of the Week (5/26)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Our Pleasure Gives Pleasure to God - David Murray, HeadHeartHand Running to the Pantry of G...

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Best of the Week (5/19)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Why We Don't Need to Fear the Moment of Our Death - Randy Alcorn, Eternal Perspective Minist...

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Best of the Week (5/12)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How To Help Your Kids In Corporate Worship -Jared Heather Longshore, Founders Ministries T...

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Best of the Week (5/5)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. "I Fear You Will Die and Go To Hell" - Josh Buice, Delivered By Grace Standing Near Leper...

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Best of the Week (4/28)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How to Reach a Child's Heart for Christ - Barbara Reaoch, Revive Our Hearts Making the ...

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Best of the Week (4/14)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Easter Week in Real Time - Russ Ramsey, The Gospel Coalition A Guide to the Entire Cast o...

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Best of the Week (4/7)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 7 Unbiased Facts about Jesus' Death - Timothy W. Massaro, CCC Discover Iran: The Book o...

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Best of the Week (3/31)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. You Have to be Perfect to Get into Heaven - Le Ann Trees, CCC Discover Urgent Church: N...

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Best of the Week (3/24)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Why IGo To Church - Paul Tripp, PaulTripp.com The Expectation of Fasting - Barry York, Ge...

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Best of the Week (3/17)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. 5 reasons you should read missionary biographies - David Sills, Southern Equip We have ...

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Best of the Week (3/10)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Men Wanted: Come and Die - Jared Wilson, For The Church What Does The Shack Really Teach?...

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Best of the Week (3/3)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. "Mom/Dad, I'm Not Sure I Want to be a Christian Anymore" - Brad Hambrick, BradHambrick.com...

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Best of the Week (2/24)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Modern-Day Martyrs Show Love And Forgiveness - Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review What W...

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Best of the Week (2/17)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. How Do You Obey God When He Asks You To Do the Impossible? - Michael Kruger, Canon Fodder ...

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Best of the Week (2/10)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. An Incredible Story of God's Saving Power - J.D. Greear Ant-Farm Rebellion: What God Thin...

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Best of the Week (2/3)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, some are challenging, and some are plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Christian Life Beyond the Quiet Time: Devotion as a Way of Life - Jared Wilson, For The Ch...

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Best of the Week (1/20)

On (most) Fridays we highlight some articles, videos, etc. that caught our attention the past week. Some are serious, someare challenging, and someare plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. Simple Ways to Serve Your Church - Greg Pickle, ParkingSpace23 Upon The Death Of A Grandson -...

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Best of the Week (1/13)

Dear Women's Ministry, Stop Telling Me I'm Beautiful - Phylicia Delta Twenty-Six Reasons Why Genesis 1:1 Is the Most Offensive Verse in the Bible-Daniel J.Phillips, PJ Media 'Worst Year Yet': The Top 50 Countries Where It's Hardest to Be a Christian - Jeremy Weber, Christianity Today Rely on Your Savior, Not a Resolution - Kelly Needham, Revive Our Hearts What Christ...

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Best of the Week (1/6)

On (most)Fridays wehighlight some articles, videos, etc.that caught our attention the past week. Some will be serious, some will be challenging, and some will be plain fun. Please note, linking does not mean that we agree or endorse everything that is presented or associated with a source. John MacArthur's Ten Crucial Lessons We Must Teach our Children - Jordan Standrid...

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New Morning Mercies

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional by Paul Tripp Description Mornings can be tough. Sometimes, a hearty breakfast and strong cup of coffee just aren't enough. Offering more than a rush of caffeine, best-selling author Paul David Tripp wants to energize you with the most potent encouragement im...

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The ESV Reader's Bible

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The ESV Readers Bible, Six-Volume Set Description The ESV Reader's Bible, Six-Volume Set stems from the conviction that the Bible is of immeasurable value and should therefore be treasuredand read in the most seamless way possible. Constructed with materials carefully selected to reflect the beauty of God...

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Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God by J.I. Packer Description If God is in control of everything, can Christians sit back and not bother to evangelize? Or does active evangelism imply that God is not really sovereign at all? J. I. Packer shows in this new edition to the popular IVP Classics how both of...

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The Holiness of God

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The Holiness of God by R.C. Sproul Description Central to God's character is the quality of holiness. Yet, even so, most people are hard-pressed to define what God's holiness precisely is. Many preachers today avoid the topic altogether because people today don't quite know what to do with words like "awe...

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Running Scared

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Running Scared: Fear, Worry, and the God of Rest by Edward T. Welch Description In his new release, Running Scared, Edward T. Welch investigates the roots of fear in the human soul and the ramifications of living in the grips of anxiety, worry, and dread. Welch encourages readers to discover for themselve...

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Let the Nations Be Glad

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Let the Nations Be Glad: The Supremacy of God in Missions by John Piper Description Let the Nations Be Glad! The Supremacy of God in Missions is a modern classic in missiology. A trusted guide for thousands of missionaries, pastors, churches leaders, and laity, it provides a biblical basis for missions, t...

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The Unquenchable Flame

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The Unquenchable Flame: Discovering the Heart of the Reformation by Michael Reeves Description Burning pyres, nuns on the run, stirring courage, and comic relief: the Protestant Reformation is a gripping tale, packed with drama. But what motivated the Reformers? And what were they really like?The Unquench...

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Think Biblically!

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Think Biblically!: Recovering a Christian Worldview edited by John MacArthur with the Master's College Faculty Description What we think shapes who we are. That's why the Bible tells us, "Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind" (Romans 12:2a). In a world of diffe...

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On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness (The Wingfeather Saga) by Andrew Peterson Description Once, in a cottage above the cliffs on the Dark Sea of Darkness, there lived three children and their trusty dog Nugget. Janner Igiby, his brother Tink, their crippled sister Leeli are gifted children as all chil...

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The King James Only Controversy

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The King James Only Controversy: Can You Trust the Modern Translations? by James R. White Description The King James Version has been trusted by Christians for generations. Today it's the center of a debate where critics charge that contemporary translations have changed essential Christian doctrines. In ...

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Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The Secrets Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert: An English Professor's Journey into Christian Faith by Rosaria Champagne Butterfield Description Rosaria, by the standards of many, was living a very good life. She had a tenured position at a large university in a field for which she cared deeply. She owned tw...

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The Story of Christian Theology

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The Story of Christian Theology: Twenty Centuries of Tradition Reform by Roger E. Olson Description Voted a 2000 Book of the Year by Christianity Today! Winner of a year 2000 ECPA Gold Medallion Award! History is made up of stories--narratives that recount the events, movements, ideas and lives that have...

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The Masculine Mandate

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The Masculine Mandate: God's Calling to Men by Richard D. Phillips Description In this book, Richard D. Phillips cuts through the cultural confusion, highlights God's mandate for men, and encourages readers to join him on a journey of repentance and renewal. Phillips begins in the Garden of Eden, drawing ...

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A Gospel Primer

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. A Gospel Primer for Christians: Learning to See the Glories of God's Love by Milton Vincent Description To the Christians in Rome, the Apostle Paul says, "I am eager to preach the gospel to you who are in Rome" (Romans 1:15). Evidently, Christians need to hear the gospel even after conversion; and A Gospe...

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Comforts from the Cross

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Comforts from the Cross: Celebrating the Gospel One Day at a Time by Elyse Fitzpatrick Description Many women don't always find solace in their relationship with Christ because they don't see how his life, death, and resurrection connect with daily pressures and frustrations.Comforts from the Cross provid...

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Adopted for Life

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Adopted for Life: The Priority of Adoption for Christian Families Churches by Russell D. Moore Description The doctrine of adoptionGod's decision to adopt sinful men and women into his familystands at the heart of Christianity. In light of this, Christians' efforts to adopt beautifully illustrate the tru...

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When People Are Big And God Is Small

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. When People Are Big and God is Small: Overcoming Peer Pressure, Codependency, and the Fear of Man by Edward T. Welch Description Overly concerned about what people think of you? Welch uncovers the spiritual dimension of people-pleasing and points the way through a true knowledge of God, ourselves, and oth...

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The Attributes of God

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. The Attributes of God by A.W. Tozer Description The timeless appeal of this classic book, written by a preacher with a worldwide ministry during the first half of the twentieth century, demonstrates the deep hunger for a saving knowledge of God present in each generation. Arthur Pink sought to give reader...

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Are We Together?

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Are We Together? A Protestant Analyzes Roman Catholicism by R.C. Sproul Description In Are We Together? A Protestant Analyzes Roman Catholicism, R.C. Sproul takes his stand for the cardinal doctrines of Protestantism in opposition to the errors of the Roman Catholic Church. Sproul, a passionate defender o...

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Knowing God

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Knowing God by J.I. Packer Description For over 40 years, J. I. Packer's classic has been an important tool to help Christians around the world discover the wonder, the glory and the joy of knowing God. In 2006, Christianity Today voted this title one of the top 50 books that have shaped evangelicals. Thi...

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What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him by Byron Yawn Description A powerful and compelling new voice in Christian publishing, with a message urgently needed by today's Christian men. Every man encounters significant struggles in life--struggles that result in poor choices and decisions. Frequently ...

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Loving the Church

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Loving the Church: God's People Flourishing in God's Family by John Crotts Description Loving the Church reminds us how glorious God's family really is, and the countless ways that you can flourish within it. In recent years the family has experienced a revival within Christian culture, but with this incr...

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Five English Reformers

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Five English Reformers by J.C. Ryle Description Few martyr's words can be more stirring than those of Bishop Hugh Latimer's to Dr. Nicholas Ridley: Be of good comfort, Master Ridley, and play the man. We shall this day light such a candle, by God's grace, in England, as I trust shall never be put out. But...

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God's Big Picture

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. God's Big Picture: Tracing the Storyline of the Bible by Vaughan Roberts Description Sixty-six books written by forty people over nearly 2,000 years, in two languages and several different genres. A worldwide bestseller published in countless sizes and bindings, translations and languages. Sworn by in cou...

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Big God

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Big God: How to approach SUFFERING, spread the GOSPEL, make DECISIONS, and PRAY in the light of a God who is in the DRIVING SEAT of the world by Orlando Saer Description Why then do bad things happen? Where does that leave 'free will'? Does God choose us or do we choose God? What's the point of praying if...

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Just Do Something

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God's Will by Kevin DeYoung Description Why won't God reveal his special will for my life already? Because he doesn't intend to... So says Kevin DeYoung in this punchy book about making decisions the godly way. Many of us are listening for the still smal...

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Growing Up Christian

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. Growing Up Christian: Have you taken ownership of your relationship with God? By Karl Graustein with Mark Jacobsen Description Many teens are active in church youth programs, yet drop out of church later in life and never return. Other young adults rest on the merits of their parents' faith without ever e...

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2:42 Prayer Service is canceled

Our 2:42 evening prayer service is canceled tonight, January 17,due to the weather....

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William Carey

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. William Carey by S Pearce Carey Description A beautifully produced biography of the 'father of modern missions'. Peace Carey's compelling pages convey the very atmosphere of that extraordinary period of missionary advance. This life of Carey is structured around a series of remarkable events, always unpla...

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Forever Young Luncheon canceled

The Forever Young luncheon for Thursday, January 14 is canceled due to the weather....

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1/12 All Activities Canceled

All church activities for today (January 12) have been canceled due to weather conditions....

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Delighting in the Trinity

On Fridays we highlight recommended resources from our pastors. As pastors we are often asked about resources that we would recommend. We are pleased to begin a weekly post on this blog that will feature a book, video, article, etc. each week that we would like to highlight for our people.We won't be posting full reviews, but rather writing a short personal blurb on why w...

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Joy To The World (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." He rules the world with truth and graceAnd makes the nations proveThe glories of His righteousnessAnd wonders of His loveAnd wonders of His loveAnd wonders wonders of His love We are all fascinated by the afterlife and the eternal state. What will it be like? Will we recognize other people? What will ...

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Joy To The World (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." No more let sins and sorrows growNor thorns infest the groundHe comes to make His blessings flowFar as the curse is foundFar as the curse is foundFar as far as the curse is found All people know that this world isn't as it is supposed to be. While not everyone may not know why, we all have an intuitiv...

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Joy To The World 2

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Joy to the earth the Savior reignsLet men their songs employWhile fields and floodsRocks hills and plainsRepeat the sounding joyRepeat the sounding joyRepeat repeat the sounding joy Sin guarantees so much yet delivers so little. The author of Hebrews refers to this truth as "the fleeting pleasures of ...

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Joy To The World (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Joy to the world the Lord is comeLet earth receive her KingLet ev'ry heart prepare Him roomAnd heav'n and nature singAnd heav'n and nature singAnd heav'n and heav'n and nature sing Joy to the World is the Christmas carol that wasn't written for Christmas. Based off of Psalm 98, the famed hymnist Isaac...

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Joy To The World (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Joy to the world the Lord is comeLet earth receive her KingLet ev'ry heart prepare Him roomAnd heav'n and nature singAnd heav'n and nature singAnd heav'n and heav'n and nature sing Joy to the World is the Christmas carol that wasn't written for Christmas. Based off of Psalm 98, the famed hymnist Isaac...

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Great Is Thy Faithfulness (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Pardon for sinAnd a peace that endurethThy own dear presenceTo cheer and to guideStrength for todayAnd bright hope for tomorrowBlessings all mineWith ten thousand beside At the end of his gospel the Apostle John writes of his subject, "Now there are also many other things that Jesus did. Were every on...

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Great Is Thy Faithfulness (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Summer and winterAnd springtime and harvestSun moon and starsIn their courses aboveJoin with all natureIn manifold witnessTo Thy great faithfulnessMercy and love On one side of the coin is the statement that "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom" (cf. Psalm 111:10; Proverbs 1:7). On the oth...

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Great Is Thy Faithfulness (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Great is Thy faithfulnessO God my FatherThere is no shadowOf turning with TheeThou changest notThy compassions they fail notAs Thou hast beenThou forever wilt be Immutability. That's a fancy theological word that refers to God's unchangeableness. Other words we could use would be sameness, stability, ...

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Great Is Thy Faithfulness (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Great is Thy faithfulnessGreat is Thy faithfulnessMorning by morningNew mercies I seeAll I have neededThy hand hath providedGreat is Thy faithfulnessLord unto me It wouldn't be expected, but compared to a number of other hymns considered classics, Great Is Thy Faithfulness is fairly new. Written by Th...

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Jesus Shall Reign (5)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Let every creature rise and bringThe highest honours to our KingAngels descend with songs againAnd earth repeats the loud amen When receiving fawning praise from the crowds of Jerusalem, Jesus during his triumphal entry was asked by the Pharisees to tell the people to quiet down. Jesus answered them, ...

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Jesus Shall Reign (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Blessings abound wherever He reignsThe prisoner leaps to lose His chainsThe weary find eternal restAnd all the sons of want are blest God's love is so bountiful and so obvious that the Apostle John can write the words, "God is love" (1 John 4:8). The highest expression of that love is found at the cro...

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Jesus Shall Reign (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." People and realms of every tongueDwell on His love with sweetest songAnd infant voices shall proclaimTheir early blessings on His name One of the greatest evidences of man's fallen condition is our natural pride. By our very nature, we walk around thinking we are independent and self-sufficient when n...

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Jesus Shall Reign (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." To Him shall endless prayer be madeAnd princes throng to crown His headHis name like sweet perfume shall riseWith every morning sacrifice How much is enough? This question is often a vexing question to the Christian conscience as we rightly recognize that God is entitled to everything we are and do. H...

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Jesus Shall Reign (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Jesus shall reign where'er the sunDoes His successive journeys runHis kingdom stretch from shore to shoreTill moons shall rise and set no more This month at RCC we celebrate our annual Missions Conference and our hymn for the month has been chosen to reflect such a theme. Based off of Psalm 72, Jesus ...

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How Firm A Foundation (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." The soul that on Jesus hath leaned for reposeI will not I will not desert to its foesThat soul though all hell should endeavor to shakeI'll never no never no never forsake In Latin the words are recorded as "Et tu, Brute?" Translated into English it says, "You too, Brutus?" So are thought to be the fi...

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How Firm A Foundation (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." When through fiery trials thy pathway shall lieMy grace all-sufficient shall be thy supplyThe flames shall not hurt thee I only designThy dross to consume and thy gold to refine "You meant evil against me, but God meant it for good" (Genesis 50:20). With these words Joseph explains his worldview and h...

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How Firm A Foundation (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Fear not I am with thee O be not dismayedFor I am thy God I will still give thee aidI'll strengthen thee help thee and cause thee to standUpheld by My gracious omnipotent hand "But for the grace of God there goes John Bradford." So wrote the English Reformer John Bradford who coined the familiar idiom...

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How Firm A Foundation (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." How firm a foundation ye saints of the LordIs laid for your faith in His excellent wordWhat more can He say than to you He hath saidTo you who for refuge to Jesus have fled Attributed to an author modestly identified as "K," How Firm a Foundation first was simply named "Scripture Promises." And such a...

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Be Still My Soul (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Be still my soul the hour is hast'ning onWhen we shall be forever with the LordWhen disappointment grief and fear are goneSorrow forgot love's purest joys restoredBe still my soul when change and tears are pastAll safe and blessed we shall meet at last How long is forever? How long is eternity? It can...

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Be Still My Soul (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Be still my soul when dearest friends departAnd all is darkened in the vale of tearsThen shalt thou better know His love His heartWho comes to soothe thy sorrow and thy fearsBe still my soul thy Jesus can repayFrom His own fullness all He takes away One of the worst feelings we experience as humans is...

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Be Still My Soul (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Be still my soul thy God doth undertakeTo guide the future as He has the pastThy hope thy confidence let nothing shakeAll now mysterious shall be bright at lastBe still my soul the waves and winds still knowHis voice who ruled them while He dwelt below One of the marks of a great author is when they p...

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Be Still My Soul (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Be still my soul the Lord is on thy sideBear patiently the cross of grief or painLeave to thy God to order and provideIn ev'ry change He faithful will remainBe still my soul thy best thy heav'nly FriendThrough thorny ways leads to a joyful end Last month we saw a hymn that was based off of Psalm 46, a...

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (5)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." A mighty fortress is our GodA sword and shield victoriousHe breaks the cruel oppressor's rodAnd wins salvation gloriousThe old satanic foeHas sworn to work us woeWith craft and dreadful mightHe arms himself to fightOn earth he has no equal Though there are a number of verses to A Mighty Fortress, this...

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A Mighty Fortress (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." That word above all earthly pow'rsNo thanks to them abidethThe Spirit and the gifts are oursThru Him who with us sidethLet goods and kindred goThis mortal life alsoThe body they may killGod's truth abideth stillHis kingdom is forever "At the end of the day" "When all is said and done" "What it all add...

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." And tho' this world with devils filledShould threaten to undo usWe will not fear for God hath willedHis truth to triumph thru usThe prince of darkness grimWe tremble not for himHis rage we can endureFor lo his doom is sureOne little word shall fell him C.S. Lewis famously wrote in his classic The Scre...

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Did we in our own strength confideOur striving would be losingWere not the right Man on our sideThe Man of God's own choosingDost ask who that may beChrist Jesus it is HeLord Sabaoth His nameFrom age to age the sameAnd He must win the battle Psalm 46 was a favorite of Martin Luther, the Reformer who w...

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A Mighty Fortress Is Our God (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." A mighty fortress is our GodA bulwark never failingOur helper He amid the floodOf mortal ills prevailingFor still our ancient foeDoth seek to work us woeHis craft and pow'r are greatAnd armed with cruel hateOn earth is not his equal "Next to the Word of God, music deserves the highest praise." So wrot...

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Crown Him With Many Crowns (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Crown Him the Lord of yearsThe Potentate of timeCreator of the rolling spheresIneffably sublimeAll hail Redeemer hailFor Thou hast died for meThy praise shall never never failThroughout eternity "How big is God?" a toddler innocently asks. How do you answer? You could point to his omnipresence and not...

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Crown Him With Many Crowns (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Crown Him the Lord of loveBehold His hands and sideRich wounds yet visible aboveIn beauty glorifiedNo angel in the skyCan fully bear that sightBut downward bends each burning eyeAt mysteries so bright "Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends" (John 15:13). Sac...

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Crown Him With Many Crowns (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Crown Him the Lord of lifeWho triumphed o'er the graveAnd rose victorious in the strifeFor those He came to saveHis glories now we singWho died and rose on highWho died eternal life to bringAnd lives that death may die The title "Lord" is used quite a bit in the church and in Christian circles. And ri...

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Crown Him With Many Crowns (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Crown Him with many crownsThe Lamb upon His throneHark how the heavenly anthem drownsAll music but its ownAwake my soul and singOf Him who died for theeAnd hail Him as thy matchless KingThrough all eternity "and on his head are many diadems" (Revelation 19:12). With these words the Apostle John tried ...

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And Can It Be (5)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." No condemnation now I dreadJesus and all in Him is mineAlive in Him my living HeadAnd clothed in righteousness divineBold I approach th'eternal throneAnd claim the crown through Christ my ownAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me We've noted before in another Hymn of the Month ...

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And Can It Be (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Long my imprisoned spirit layFast bound in sin and nature's nightThine eye diffused a quickening rayI woke the dungeon flamed with lightMy chains fell off my heart was freeI rose went forth and followed TheeAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me In Acts 12 we read of a time the...

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And Can It Be (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." He left His Father's throne aboveSo free so infinite His graceEmptied Himself of all but loveAnd bled for Adam's helpless race'Tis mercy all immense and freeFor O my God it found out meAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me What is the greatest miracle ever? Perhaps the splitti...

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And Can It Be (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." 'Tis mystery all th'Immortal diesWho can explore His strange designIn vain the firstborn seraph triesTo sound the depths of love divine'Tis mercy all let earth adoreLet angel minds inquire no moreAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me Mystery is one of the hallmarks of Christia...

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And Can It Be (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." And can it be that I should gainAn interest in the Savior's bloodDied He for me who caused His painFor me who Him to death pursuedAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for meAmazing love how can it beThat Thou my God shouldst die for me In 1707 Charles Wesley was born into a large fa...

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Be Thou My Vision (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." High King of heavenWhen vict'ry is wonMay I reach heaven's joysO bright heaven's SunHeart of my own heartWhatever befallStill be my visionO Ruler of all There is a common misconception that the Christian life is the "blessed" life. While it certainly is not wrong to say that, what is often wrong is ho...

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Be Thou My Vision (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Riches I heed notNor man's empty praiseThou mine inheritanceNow and alwaysThou and Thou onlyBe first in my heartHigh King of heavenMy treasure Thou art "For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also" (Matthew 6:21). With these words Jesus sums up an important reality of the human heart. Wh...

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Be Thou My Vision (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Be Thou my wisdomBe Thou my true WordI ever with TheeAnd Thou with me LordThou my great FatherI Thy true sonThou in me dwellingAnd I with Thee one One of the most famous pictures Jesus drew for our minds is found in John 15 where Jesus talks of the vine and the branches. He says, "I am the vine; you a...

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Be Thou My Vision (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Be Thou my visionO Lord of my heartNaught be all else to meSave that Thou artThou my best thoughtBy day or by nightWaking or sleepingThy presence my light The reports vary. Some say that Be Thou My Vision was written in Ireland in the 8th century, others put it as early in the 6th century. During that...

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Praise to the Lord the Almighty (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Praise to the LordO let all that is in me adore HimAll that hath life and breathCome now with praises before HimLet the amen sound from His people againGladly forever adore Him The English word "worship" means "worth-ship", or "to ascribe worth." When we worship our Lord we are proclaiming how valuabl...

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Praise to the Lord the Almighty (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Praise to the Lord Who doth prosperThy work and defend theeSurely His goodness and mercy here daily attend theePonder anew what the Almighty can doIf with His love He befriend thee Solomon, the wisest man to ever live (besides Christ) opens his book of Ecclesiastes with this question: "What does man g...

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Praise to the Lord the Almighty (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Praise to the Lord Who over all thingsSo wondrously reignethShelters thee under His wingsYea so gently sustainethHast thou not seen how thy desires ever have beenGranted in what He ordaineth How big is God? Our children sing, "My God is so big; so strong and so mighty; there's nothing my God cannot do...

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Praise to the Lord the Almighty (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Praise to the Lord the AlmightyThe King of creationO my soul praise HimFor He is thy health and salvationAll ye who hear now to His temple draw nearPraise Him in glad adoration Joachim Neander was born in 1650 in Bremen, Germany, which means that he lived in the aftermath of the Reformation. His testi...

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Before the Throne of God Above (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Before the Throne of God Above only originally included three verses. Vikki Cook wrote a fourth verse in the 1990's, but it is so rarely sung that we are instead going to consider an overview of this treasured song today. In 2007 Bob Kauflin wrote of how this song came to be on his blog. The first tim...

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Before the Throne of God Above (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Behold Him there the risen LambMy perfect spotless righteousnessThe great unchangeable I AmThe King of glory and of graceOne with Himself I cannot dieMy soul is purchased with His bloodMy life is hid with Christ on highWith Christ my Saviour and my GodWith Christ my Saviour and my God With the third v...

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Weather Cancellation (2.15.15)

The worship service and Sunday School hour have been cancelled for Sunday, February 15 due to weather. At this point the 2:42 Service will still happen at 6:00 pm....

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Weather Cancellation

The Men's Breakfast scheduled for Saturday 2/14 has been cancelled due to the weather....

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Before the Throne of God Above (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." When Satan tempts me to despairAnd tells me of the guilt withinUpward I look and see Him thereWho made an end to all my sinBecause the sinless Saviour diedMy sinful soul is counted freeFor God the Just is satisfiedTo look on Him and pardon meTo look on Him and pardon me Perhaps one of the greatest str...

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Before the Throne of God Above (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Before the throne of God aboveI have a strong and perfect pleaA great High Priest whose name is LoveWho ever lives and pleads for meMy name is graven on His handsMy name is written on His heartI know that while in heav'n He standsNo tongue can bid me thence departNo tongue can bid me thence depart Bef...

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Amazing Grace (5)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." When we've been there ten thousand yearsBright shining as the sunWe've no less days to sing God's praiseThan when we first begun What is the meaning of life? Contrary to the common picture of finding a guru on a mountaintop to get an answer to such a question, the Bible makes it very clear that the pu...

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Amazing Grace (4)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Through many dangers toils and snaresI have already come'Tis grace hath brought me safe thus farAnd grace will lead me home If anyone knew of "dangers, toils, and snares," it would have been John Newton. He saw, experienced, and caused a lot of suffering during his days aboard slave-trading ships. Whe...

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Amazing Grace (3)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." The Lord has promised good to meHis Word my hope securesHe will my shield and portion beAs long as life endures "You're only as good as your word" is an adage almost all of us have heard. It is meant to inspire trustworthiness and dependability. It has proven itself true time and time again as we see ...

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Amazing Grace (2)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." 'Twas grace that taught my heart to fearAnd grace my fears relievedHow precious did that grace appearThe hour I first believed We usually think of fear as being a bad thing. We all have our particular "phobias" that plague us in life. However, biblically speaking, fear can be a bad thing and sometimes...

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Amazing Grace (1)

Every Friday in 2015 we consider a verse from our "Hymn of the Month." Amazing grace how sweet the soundThat saved a wretch like meI once was lost but now am foundWas blind but now I see Some of the most famous words ever penned in the English language begin with "Amazing grace." Written in the 1770's by former slave ship captain John Newton, Amazing Grace is widely cons...

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Hymn of the Month

In 2014 we enjoyed reading through the Bible together as a church as many of us followed the One Year Bible reading schedule together. We will still be making those schedules available for next year for those who would like to do it again. In 2015 we want to enjoy the wonderful fellowship we experienced through a shared reading plan, but this year seek to do that by focus...

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11/25 Church Activities Canceled

All church activities for today (November 25) have been canceled due to weather conditions....

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