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The Timeless Redeemer

The God of the Bible reveals Himself as "I AM WHO I AM". He is the timeless God. He is the unchanging God. There is none like Him! But what does that mean? And what do we do with it? Is it an encouragement when we're struggling? Should it mean more to us than that?...

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What We're Singing: September 9

Congregational music for September 9, 2018....

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What is Family Worship?

A description of and ideas for family worship....

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The Cooperative Program: An Overview

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Introduction Toward the end of this year, we will pause our study of the book of Matthew to consider our church's role in missions. This brief sermon series will end with a World Missions Offering, 100% of which will leave our church. 70% will be given to the International Mission Board (through the annual Lottie Moon offering), 20% will be given to the North American Mis...

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What We're Singing: September 2

Congregational music for September 2, 2018....

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What We're Singing: August 26

Here is our music for August 26. Have a listen and prepare for worship with your family! He is Exalted Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery Jesus O Praise the Name Behold Our God...

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What We're Singing: August 19

Congregational music for August 19, 2018....

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Costly

Jesus calls us to take up our cross and follow Him. He says this requires counting the cost. And so we say "I will!". But do we?...

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Good and Angry

Book recommendation from the National Center for Biblical Parenting....

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Hospitality

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I travelled to London several years ago. I was there for the purpose of building relationships with our missionaries in the area and to discuss future partnerships. On Sunday evening, I visited a church in a borough on the east side of the city. The building was at least twice as old as our country, it was made of stone, and it looked like it could come falling down at any...

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