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Summer 2020 Worship Service Update

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Summer 2020 Worship Service Update...

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Prayer Requests and Announcements

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It was so wonderful to worship together again!! The weather was perfect for our first service back. We will continue to worship weekly at the pavilion. ...

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2020 Ark and Creation Museum Trip

2020 Ark and Creation Museum Trip...

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The Woman at the Red Kettle

The Woman at the Red Kettle A Christmas Encounter Jesus met a woman at a Samaritan well who desperately needed salvation. I met a woman at a Salvation Army kettle who desperately needed encouragement. Unlike Jesus, I didn't know how desperately. Until I smiled. I entered the Kroger Store on a mission- complete my grocery list. 'Marcella' was ringing a bell in the l...

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Mission Update

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The missions committee is trying to keep the congregation more informed on our two missionaries, The Royers and the Lees. This month we want to let you know what the Royers are up to. We recently received an updated prayer letter from them....

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Why We Worry After We Pray

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Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.Philippians 4:6-7 The words are concise. Don't worry. Pray. Peace will protect. But you still worry. Anxiety resurfaces. Fear thr...

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A Bible in the Church

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Bringing a Bible to church does not make you a better Christian. But I found a list of several reasons why it is helpful to have a Bible with you. (From a sermon in January) Bringing and using a Bible "shows the Bible is important to you, to the greater glory of God." "For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division o...

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How to Look for Jesus

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Simeon was an old man, close to death, a righteous and devout follower of God. You find his story in Luke 2: 25-35. He looks for the comfort of Israel, the Messiah. Soon after Jesus' birth, Joseph and Mary arrive at the Temple, according to the Law of Moses, to present Jesus. Ancient Simeon is drawn to them. His looking is rewarded- here is the Lord's Messiah in person. ...

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Trapped behind a Wall

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If you were born in East Berlin, Germany in 1961, you were born in captivity. East Berliners lived behind 15-foot-high concrete walls, prisoners in their own city. Escape was attempted, seldom achieved. The fear and frustration continued for three decades. Friends and relatives lived just feet away, on the other side of the wall; death threatened any physical attempt to v...

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Forever on a Sunday

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Jesus' resurrection is the most important miracle in history. If Christ was not raised from the dead, the faith we place in God is useless. The proclamation of the gospel is useless. Anyone who claims the tomb is empty is a liar. Without the resurrection, living is hopeless. Death, our last enemy wins, if there is no resurrection.Paul addresses these threats in 1 Corin...

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