Core Values- “The Word” 2

In our study of our core values as a congregation, we have come to our value on the Word of God. This expression has come to mean many things, but what does the Bible have to say about what the Word of God is? When we say that we value the Word of God, it’s […]

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Core Values- “The Word”

In our study of our core values as a congregation, we have come to our value on the Word of God. The value of the Word of God and what all is meant by that has been at the center of the Church from it’s inception, but instead of trying to show it’s value, we’ll […]

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Core Values- “Worship” 2

We have set out to examine and define our core values as a congregation, and today we return to the value of “Worship” again. In our study of the Old Testament, we saw that worship almost always costed the worshipper something of value, which leaves us to ask the question, as followers of Christ, what […]

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Core Values- “Worship”

We have set out to examine and define our core values as a congregation, and today we come to the value of “Worship”. Worship for each of us has come to mean something unique and in a corporate context, even something else. Today though, we strive to define worship from the Old Testament in the […]

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Core Values- “Who We Are”

Over the next several weeks, we’re going to be taking a break from our study in John to look into the core values that we uphold as a congregation and to begin to ask and answer the question, “Why do we do what we do?”. Our core values are an unwavering guide that lead us […]

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The Gospel of John- “Last Words”

As we come to the end of Jesus’ public ministry recorded in John, Jesus gives the audience one last chance to understand. The two main things that He conveys to the crowd are these; what you do with me and what you do with my word determines everything for you. Listen as we unpack His […]

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The Gospel of John-The Wrong Messiah?

Today in our study, we’re nearing the end of Jesus’ public ministry in John’s Gospel. And John takes time show how and why the Jews had largely rejected their Messiah. As he references the prophet Isaiah, we begin to see that God sent the Messiah that His people would reject, so that His plan would […]

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Resurrection Power In Our Lives

Easter in the Christian calendar is the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus and for many Christians it is the symbol of hope for our own resurrection to come. But is there more to the resurrection than a future hope for believers? Join us as we learn and hear from the Word about the resurrection […]

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Good Friday

Good Friday is a bit of an odd celebration considering what is being celebrated, primarily the death of Jesus. But there is something inextricable good about the death of Jesus; it’s the exchange that takes place on our behalf, His life for ours in order to make possible our life for His. Let’s explore it […]

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