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God’s Provision for Growth and Change
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On the last Sunday of 2021, I preached a sermon from 2 Peter 1:3-4 on God’s Provision for Growth and Change. My aim was to show that God has abundantly provided everything we need to grow spiritually and experience lasting change. I suggested that these spiritual resources come through the...

Prayer Meetings -- Why Are We Doing This?
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If we look back in church history, we see that God brings about seasons of renewal in the life of the church in response to the prayers of His people. These seasons of renewal are characterized by the display of God’s glory through sinners coming to know Christ savingly and believers being...

A Word From Marshall // Pastoral Associate
Posted by Marshall Adkins on

I love a good story. You know, the kind for which you scoot forward and lean in so that you don't miss anything. Such stories can be found in great books, the best of movies, or even a friend’s telling of a tale. We can close a book, exit a theatre, or leave a conversation with the sense...

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Deacon Update for August
Posted by Mike Brooks on

At our last meeting, the deacons voted unanimously to ask the church to join them in studying what the Bible says about elders and church leadership.  We will be leading all student and adult classes through a 4-week study on church leadership, which will include discussions on what elders...

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Gospel To Every Home
Posted by James Carroll on

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”  Acts 1:8 In the final moments before his ascension, Jesus delivers marching...

Reflections Of The Last Year
Posted by James Carroll on

As I write during the last week of May, I’m reflecting on the one-year anniversary of our first outdoor, parking lot service (May 27) and of our regathering for congregational worship (May 31). After 10 weeks of very little personal interaction and no corporate gatherings last year...

Adversity Is A Gift
Posted by James Carroll on

I pray you’re continuing to read through the New Testament with our church family. During the last week of April and the first two weeks of May our schedule brought us 2 Corinthians, which includes a mountain peak of God’s mercy in my life. On more than one occasion in times of...

Joyful Servant
Posted by James Carroll on

I have been routinely blessed over the years to see and hear of our church family serving one another sacrificially in practical ways. During the past several weeks, though, the Lord has amplified it in front of me.  I’ve watched our members surround grieving families with prayer...

“Glory to God in the highest. . .”
Posted by James Carroll on

“Glory to God in the highest. . .”Most of you remember the story in Luke 2 very well. On the night Jesus was born, there were shepherds out in a nearby field guarding their flocks. An angel appeared to them announcing the birth of the Messiah and Savior. Then immediately, thousands...