A Reason to Give Thanks
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A Reason to Give Thanks

America is currently going through a season of national introspection. In ways both unhealthy and healthy, we are considering our national sins and failures. This can be a Godly thing to do, especially if it leads genuine repentance, reconciliation and improvement. That said, there are also those who have forgotten, lost sight of, or never...

To Believe or not to Believe: Session 5 – An Unholy Union?
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To Believe or not to Believe: Session 5 – An Unholy Union?

If anything is more upsetting than politics, it is the way that faith and politics are often mixed. We walk on dangerous ground when we claim to know who God wants us to vote for, and even more dangerous ground when we speak as if those who vote otherwise are the enemies of God. That...

Memorial Day
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Memorial Day

On Memorial Day, we remember those who died serving our country. Please take two minutes today to watch this video.  Thank God for the people who died for our freedom, and pray for the loved ones left behind.

Rising Above the Hatred: Session 3 – “For the Church to Be the Light”
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Rising Above the Hatred: Session 3 – “For the Church to Be the Light”

A few decades ago a question was famously asked “Why can’t we all just get along?” For many of us the answer to the question was obvious. We have trouble getting along because people are not perfect and we can be hard on one another. The same principle applies to the questions people sometimes ask...

Rising Above the Hatred: Session 2 – “A Special Kind of Grace”
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Rising Above the Hatred: Session 2 – “A Special Kind of Grace”

This has been a tough week in America. The Derek Chauvin trial has put on display both the strengths of our justice system and the fragility of national unity. It has tested us all. As Christians we possess a strength and a hope that the rest of the world does not. In addition to that...

Being Jotham in the Age of Abimelek — Worship Service, April 11, 2021
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Being Jotham in the Age of Abimelek — Worship Service, April 11, 2021

Please join us for worship and a message from Judges 9. Karl Marx compared religion to a drug that people take to evade reality, but he was wrong. Faith in Jesus Christ allows us to see the world with greater clarity not less, and to face whatever challenges come our way. Today’s message takes us...

Remembering a King, and a Christian Statesman
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Remembering a King, and a Christian Statesman

Americans are wrestling today with questions like: “What should we think of our country?” and “What should we think of God?” and “Should there be a relationship between our faith and national identity?”. If you wrestle with questions like that, or even if you don’t, then I invite you to spend 14 minutes of your...