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Service CANCELLED due to snow storm

Sunday, January 20 service is CANCELLED...

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Book Recommendation: So Many Mountains...Which Ones To Climb?

what's of primary importance and what's not in terms of our faith and church life...

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Resolving Conflict

How to resolve conflict and arguments in a healthy way...

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Christian band has awesome inroads to reach young high school students...

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Watch Your Life and Your Doctrine

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(1 Timothy 4:11-16)This passage speaks to Timothy as a pastor. And so this passage takes on special weight to those called to Christian leadership. But it is not exclusively for pastors. It is good, godly counsel for every Christian. These verses are a series of commands: Basically, Timothy, keep a close watch on these two things: your life and your doctrine - pay atte...

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The Importance of Sound Doctrine

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As I urged you when I went into Macedonia, stay there in Ephesus so that you may command certain people not to teach false doctrines any longe4or to devote themselves to myths and endless genealogies. Such things promote controversial speculations rather than advancing God's workwhich is by faith. 5The goal of this command is love, which comes from a pure heart and a goo...

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Thirsting For God

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We live in a thirsty world. A popular song by Bruce Springsteen said, everybody's got a hungry heart. Everybody's got a thirsty heart too. Spiritual thirst is a universal human condition. We are born with a thirst for something that this world just can't ever seem to quench. In John 7 Jesus goes to the Feast of Booths and calls on anyone who is thirsty to come to him for ...

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Faith, Forgiveness, Friendship and Five Guys

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Welcoming the Outsider



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Done and Don't



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