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October Song of the Month

<a href="http://sovereigngracemusic.bandcamp.com/album/from-age-to-age" data-mce-href="http://sovereigngracemusic.bandcamp.com/album/from-age-to-age">From Age to Age by Sovereign Grace Music</a> Come to church this Sunday.  The worship will be epic.  Literally. According to Merriam Webster, an "epic" is" a long narrative poem in...

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Children's Resources

We have recently added (or are in the process of adding) some books to our Book Nook that we believe are helpful resources.  Since the most valuable and effective children's ministry is what happens in the home, we want to equip parents with the best resources we can find.  If you haven't started a family devotional time yet, these books make it easy to start--al...

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The Christian Life Is a Thinking Life

Since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you and asking God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding (Colossians 1:9). This prayer challenges two notions that many American evangelical Christians have about the connection between our intellect and our faith. The first one is the belief that ther...

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September Song of the Month

Our September song-of-the-month is "Complete in Thee."  The hymn text is from the 19th century, while the tune is more recent (but still sounds like a hymn tune.  You can listen to it here. Looking at the chorus, might seem strange to sing the words, "glorified I too shall be."  There is a sense in which only God is worthy of glory, and He does not share th...

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The Supremacy of Christ

A new church started up on the East Coast not too long ago. Using market research and focus groups, this church has designed weekly services that deliberately de-emphasize Jesus Christ. One of the founders of the church said, “The sad fact is the name of Jesus Christ has become for many people exclusionary.” Using Hindu and Zen, intermingled with a few verses f...

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