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The Story

The story of God and His people. The Story is a book that tells the grandest, most compelling story of all time. It sweeps you into the unfolding progression of Bible characters and events, allowing the teachings of the Bible to read like a novel. During The Story message series, January 8 - June 11, we will read through the Old Testament portion of The Story together, and the weekly readings will coordinate with each Sunday’s message. Like any good story, The Story is filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, romance, and redemption - and this story’s true!

Good Friday - Hiding - A Holy Week Reflection

Welcome to Hiding: A Holy Week Reflection Tenebrae worship. The term “Tenebrae” is Latin for “darkness.” Tonight we will reflect back on the Holy Week events through the eyes of a few disciples between Good Friday and Easter.

Palm Sunday 2022

Today is Palm Sunday. While this was an incredibly joyful occasion, it was also the day families would be selecting their lamb to be slaughtered for the Passover. Unbeknownst to people, the Father in heaven was revealing His selected “Lamb” of God who would take away the sin of the world. What benefits and blessings there are from this blood that was shared!

Paul's letters

The 13 books of the Bible from Romans to Philemon are written by a first-century Christian missionary named Paul. These “books” are actually first-century letters and are often called “The Pauline Epistles.”

The Acts

The author of the book of Acts is the historian Luke, who was inspired by the Holy Spirit to recount not only the accurate details of Jesus’ life in the gospel of Luke but also the historical account of the birth of the Church in the book of Acts.  The book of Acts is sometimes thought to be named so because it is the “acts” of the Apostles or the acts of the early church.

Ash Wednesday 2022

As we kick off the Lenten season with Ash Wednesday, we symbolically mark our foreheads with ashes in the shape of a cross. The ashes remind us of our brokenness and sin before God - that without Christ we are merely “ashes to ashes and dust to dust.” The cross symbolically reminds us of the promises of God’s forgiveness received as a result of the sacrifice He paid on the cross.

The Gospels - Luke John

Has anyone been wondering, “What is God up to these days?” The volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and confusion seem to be only growing all around us. Could God be trying to tell us something? Is there a message that could potentially give us some understanding, clarity, and hope? Jesus’ words in John 15 might just be the very message many of us need to hear. The Lord, the God who cares and loves His people, is glorified when His children are fruit producers. How does the Father lead a Christian to produce more fruit in their lives? May the Holy Spirit open our ears to hear Jesus’ answer.

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The Gospels - Matthew Mark

Has anyone been wondering, “What is God up to these days?” The volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and confusion seem to be only growing all around us. Could God be trying to tell us something? Is there a message that could potentially give us some understanding, clarity, and hope? Jesus’ words in John 15 might just be the very message many of us need to hear. The Lord, the God who cares and loves His people, is glorified when His children are fruit producers. How does the Father lead a Christian to produce more fruit in their lives? May the Holy Spirit open our ears to hear Jesus’ answer.

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