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Posts from 2017

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Emmanuel: God with us

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail It’s hard to find complaints about the holiday season. Anything that combines family, friends, presents, sweater weather, and apple cider is worthy of celebration. However, one thing about the holiday season that does bug me is how numb I have become to some of the songs we sing. I realized this sad…

Parenting: Sacrifice, Trust, and Joy – By Brodie Heginbotham

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Parenting: Sacrifice, Trust, and Joy Brodie Heginbotham As TCC continues its parenting sermon series, it’s got me thinking a lot about how the Scriptures present godly parenting. I have no kids and thus no emotional investment in what the Bible has to say about parenting, so it’s easy for me to say:…

Measure-twice-cut-once Aaron Leeds

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Measure twice-cut-once…. Measure twice-cut-once….one of the things my dad has told me my whole life. As you may have guessed my dad was in construction as a career…more specifically than that he was carpenter. From time to time my brother and I were able to go to work with him, which was…

Every Situation of Life is a Call to Worship by Stephanie Shrager

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Every Situation of Life is a Call to Worship Every situation in life that we find ourselves in is a call to worship. In the good times and the bad times, God is still sovereign and we are still called to worship him. Hard times are truly unavoidable – if you haven’t…

Freedom in Forgiveness – a post from Virginia Allen

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail “You’re forgiven.” Words that you might think offer comfort and rest but instead would strike anxiety in my heart. I had heard this phase all of my life in church, through my own personal bible study, and in about 98% of worship songs. Personally, I always struggled with understanding and accepting that…

Answering Your Call – a post from Daniel Havener

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail I hate the word “calling”. When I was a child I was always told to “find my calling”. Missionaries would come to the church and talk about how they had found their calling to ministry. I remember walking past two women one day and hearing one bragging about how her son had…

What will your response be…. by Gwen Howell

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail David wrote psalm 63 while he was in the wilderness fleeing from his own son, Absalom, who was trying to kill him. During this time of uncertainty he cried out to God in worship. David isn’t petitioning for a change of circumstance, instead, he is in a state of complete longing.  …

Cultivating Change

Share with Friends…FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail What goes through your mind during those moments of pain, when on the surface most still looks good and healthy……but deep down inside you know……it’s time to prune. I need to be completely honest. Change is PAINFUL. I struggle with it at every corner. As a husband when I’ve been operating under…

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