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Dateline December 26: The True Work of Christmas Begins Now

For many people, Christmas comes and goes, and then a sort of 'post-holiday' blues set in. The joy and quiet in the soul we experienced Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, seem gone with all of the wrappings and stuff that was once under the tree. It doesn't take long for people to go back to their old routines, even old (and sometimes, bad) attitudes. This should not be. Chr...

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Come Let us Adore Him: Christmas Eve Candlelight and Lord's Supper Service

Christmas Eve Candlelight and Lord's Supper Service is a remarkable time to quiet our souls and worship our King, marveling at the Incarnation and Thanking our Lord for the Remarkable Gift of Himself. ...

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A Church in the Community, For the Communities.....

We are entering an incredible season of opportunity to bless and serve our communities and to do so in the Name of Jesus. This is who we are: A church in the community, for the communities and the world....

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Why We Proclaim God's Word

God's Word is timeless. Truth does not change. While our culture is rapidly seeking to redefine so many things and the cancel culture seeks to silence voices that do not conform to politically correct views, Christians face a choice: to preach/teach/speak the Truth in love, or to reject or twist the Truth in the name of love. How we respond is supremely important....

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Words For the American Church From the Front Lines of Post-Christian Europe

America is rapidly sliding into secularism. Many in the American evangelical church are worried, scared or confused. Others still have no idea as to the severity of the storm that is already making landfall. I am thankful to call Pastor/Professor Pietro Ciavarella my friend and brother in Christ. Pietro pastors in Firenza (Florence), Italy, birthplace of the Renaissanc...

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Young Women (and Parents) in Rapidly Changing Times

Many young women (and their parents) are confused over the issue of what it means to be a female. The church must unapologetically proclaim the Truth, speaking Goodness into these confusing times....

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Young Men are Looking for Answers Everywhere but the Church

Young men (and even men in their 40's) are turning to a group of men who have much to say about manhood, some of it good, some of it slightly off base, some of it the gospel of self-help as opposed to Gospel, and most of it a form of Stoicism because they were not taught what it means to be a man in the home, did not see it modeled, are taught by the culture that manhood i...

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Where Did We Go So Wrong? (And Other Questions in a Post-Christian Age)

Ideas have consequences. Philosophies and religions and no religion and every 'ism' imaginable leads to logical conclusions when fleshed out. For a culture that is seeking freedom and a brave new world by rejecting God, absolutes and embraced relativism and subjective individualism, the consequences are grave. The church must shine, not shrink back ....

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What to Make of Joshua Harris' 'Decision?'

There are many lessons we can learn from the recent, sad news of Joshua Harris not only abandoning his marriage, but also renouncing his faith in Christ. ...

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Beyond Ministry as Usual

We must implement a comprehensive discipleship platform that impacts families if we are to build strong disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ and if we are to make disciples in this ever changing culture....

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