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Testify: Telling our Stories

          The Biblical tome may be closed, but the stories of what God is doing continue to accumulate. Telling our stories, and listening to the stories of others, sets us up to heal and be healed, to minister and be ministered to, and to better know ourselves, our friends, and our […]

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Testify: Presence of the King

          The story of Mephibosheth is an often overlooked Old Testament account. But it’s a powerful picture of  the Gospel to come, and reminder of what it means to be in the Presence of the King. @Samuel 9:1-11, Ephesians 2:1-20

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Testify: We all have a story to tell

So many of us feel the weight of our pasts. Nasty wounds, either imposed on us or self-inflicted, can often blur our vision of who God is. This is the story of the family of a man named Korah, and the struggle of Korah’s family can help to shine light on our understanding of God’s […]

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Romans 1.8

Some Old Testament laws seem archaic and, at times, really weird. We still talk about some of them, while others are forgotten. Do they all still apply to us today? If not, how do we know the difference? This message should give you a framework to understand those laws, from the obscure to the obvious. […]

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Romans 1.7

We’ve been discussing faith as the key that unlocks salvation and the joy of the kingdom—but, what if you’re not sure you have any? This week we’ll wrestle with faith, or our lack of it. Scripture: Romans 3:27-31, Hebrews 11:1