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Theology Tuesday- Covenant Theology #1

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This is the first in a series on the topic of covenant theology....

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Pastoral Letter: March 24 2020

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What do we know? We know that we have each other, a church body that cares for us and misses us. We know that Jesus, the true Son of God, is a light that shines in the darkness and the darkness cannot overwhelm us. We know that our God has promised to walk with us through the valley of dark shadows, so we fear no evil. We know that Jesus was raised from the dead, so we hav...

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Jesus has Overcome the World

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This world is not what we expect it to be. Sometimes we do everything right, but still get run over. Jesus knew that was coming. He lived a perfect life, and got run over worse than any of us. But that is not the end of the story. He overcame the world. His victory gives us hope. ...

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Prayer for the First Day of School

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A prayer for parents to pray on the first day of school. ...

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Your Father in Secret

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When our faith is only lived out in front of others, then the respect and love of others is all we get for it....

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Why Our Children did not Descend into Hell

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Exactly two of you asked me why we “edited” the phrase “He descended into Hell” out of the version of the Apostles Creed that our children learned. I figure for every question I receive, there are ten of you who wanted to ask but didn’t. So, for the twenty of you who are wondering, here are our reasons. ...

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Why Did Jesus Die?

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We have many theories for why Christ had to die for us. They are all correct and even more. Here are a few. ...

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IS IT MONDAY OR THURSDAY? WHEN AND WHAT IS MAUNDY THURSDAY?

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Maundy Thursday is the celebration of the last supper that Jesus ate with His disciples on the night that He was betrayed....

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The Final Four: Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell

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Join us for the next four weeks as we take the journey every church must travel. We will study death, the judgment, heaven and hell. We will answer our questions, feel our fears, and emerge more ready to enjoy life than ever. ...

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What Is Lent and Why Can't You Eat Chocolate?

Lent reminds us that suffering is not pointless, that there must be a death in order to be a resurrection....

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