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Pastor Doug’s thoughts on servanthood.

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Share with Friends… How would you respond asked to fill in this blank: “Jesus is ______.”  Would you say, “the Son of God”? “the bread of life”?  “the light of the world”?  “the true vine”?  “the Alpha and the Omega”?  I’d be inclined to say, “a servant” (see Mark 10:45).  Jesus did not come to […]

Pastor Doug on our justification.

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Share with Friends… Who are you?  How would you answer this question? You might respond with your vocation (“computer engineer”, “plumber”, or “student”) or with your relationships (“father”, “wife”, “oldest of three siblings”), or with your interests or accomplishments (“honor student”, “musician”,  or “athlete”).  But if you are a Christian none of these are the […]

The Cost – December Devotional For Families!

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Share with Friends… I hope you and your family have been taking advantage of the Family Devotional that our church has provided.  A great way for you and your family to have short devotional thoughts on Christmas. There is one each day with a thought, scripture and you can kick start some great discussions.  The […]

“Do Not Judge”

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Share with Friends… One verse that we often hear quoted by those who really don’t hold Christian values is Matthew 7:1 where Jesus says, “Do not judge…” People use this verse against Christians whenever they feel their actions or the actions of others (of which they probably approve) are called into question. Their assumption is […]

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