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Aliens in a strange land…

Taken from a second-century Christian document called The Epistle of Mathetes To Diognetus: The Christians are distinguished from other men neither by country, nor language, nor the customs which they observe…They dwell in their own countries, but simply as sojourners. … Continue reading

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Get Dressed!

What does it mean to be “clothed in Christ”? This message is an encouragement to those who are redeemed to live the redeemed life! Continue reading

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Forgiveness “related to the Amish School Shooting”

“… Sometimes, faith helps ordinary men and women do the humanly impossible: to forgive, to love, to heal, and to redeem. It makes no sense. It is the most sensible thing in the world. The Amish have turned this occasion … Continue reading

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City on a Hill: Light Power

Can you imagine what life would be like without “light?” I have a good idea it would be pretty dark! Often the power of light is described in “candlepower.” Tonight I?m going to talk about the identity, intentionality, and intensity of our candlepower as Christians. On the eve of the New Year I think it is good for us to be reminded of the vision God has given us. As we enter into the New Year we have the opportunity to let Christ?s light burn in us and through us for the advancement of His kingdom. Continue reading

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