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5 Steps to Being on Mission

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For some people, sharing the gospel seems like an intimidating task. “Who do I share with? How will they respond? What do I share?” Pastor Todd shares 5 steps to being on mission that are attainable for everyone. Take heart Christian! Sharing the gospel is not as scary as you think. Take a look below and ask yourself, where am I at in these 5 steps? We encourage you to...

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Resources on the Doctrine of Sovereign Grace

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New to terms like "Reformed" or "election" or "sovereignty"? Here are a few places to start exploring. ...

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The Song of the Lamb (Summary of Revelation)

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Revelation tells one epic story from start to finish. It's a story of loss and sin and judgment. It's a story of renewal and salvation and glory. It's a story of dragons and beasts and lions and thrones. No summary is sufficient, but this is the song of the Lamb. ...

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Revelation Wrap Up & End-Time Views

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As our series in Revelation concludes here are some final thoughts on various end-time views as well as resources for further study. ...

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Answering the Accuser

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On Sunday we talked about how when the accuser threatens us we respond with the blood of the lamb. As we connect our lives to the truths of the gospel we find a profound and unshakeable hope. ...

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Spring 2022 Bible Reading Plan - Letters to the 7 Churches: Smyrna

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This church was known for suffering. Smyrna is the Greek word for myrrh, a flagrant perfume used in burial. Many believe that this church represents the martyrs of all the ages and the sweet-smelling fragrance of their faithfulness until death. There was no rebuke for this church and because they were faithful until death, their lampstand has never been removed. Christiani...

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Spring 2022 Bible Reading Plan - Letters to the 7 Churches: Ephesus

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What do we know about Ephesus? Paul spent between two to three years teaching in Ephesus (Acts 19:8-10). In his farewell letter to the Ephesian elders, he gives a clear warning to look out for "savage wolves" and men who would speak "perverse things.” Ephesus was once considered the most important Greek city and the most important trading center in the Mediterranean...

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Revelation Resources

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Want to learn more about Revelation? It’s a rich, beautiful, powerful book. Here are a few places to start in your journey in addition to our sermons on Sunday mornings and your study in Community Groups. ...

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Why Are We Meeting Off-Site for Easter??

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Why are we meeting off-site for Easter? Because we are one church, singing one song, about one Savior. ...

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Spring 2022 Bible Reading Plan - Building the Church

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We understand that the church Jesus was building was a people for Himself. Sin created a chasm between us and a holy God. By God’s grace, that chasm has been closed! We’ve been justified by Christ’s death on the cross and are now part of His church because when God sees us, He sees Jesus’ righteousness. Our identity now becomes one who is a citizen of the Kingdom o...

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