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Looking to Jesus this Christmas

  During the Christmas season, it is far too easy for our attention to be consumed with the busyness of decorating, gift shopping, menu planning, travel, family traditions, and more. In all these things, we have a great need to pause and intentionally focus our hearts to consider the meaning and miracle of Jesus’ birth. Below are a few ways for you and your fa...

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Immanuel: How God Came to Us (Matthew 1:18

The Promised One

This week we started a new sermon series through Matthew 1-2. As we celebrate the birth of our Lord, we look to the way Matthew explained his birth as the “fulfillment” of God’s promises of old. For instance, as Matthew writes, Jesus is Son of Abraham and the Son of David (Matthew 1:1), the “Immanuel” promised in Isaiah 7:14 (Matthew 1:23), th...

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Take Hold of Christ and His Kingdom: 16 Gospel-Motivated Considerations for Election 2016

What do we say to our church in the face of the impending election? In the spirit of 2016, here are six ways we can take hold of God, even as we wrestle with the challenges of this year’s election. May God use these to encourage and challenge your heart. May he be pleased to use them to purify our hope in him and our church’s commitment to the Great Commandmen...

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A Plate Full of Faithfulness: How Food Reveals and Reforms Our Faith

Life Changing Gospel Local Church 2

"God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him," is John Piper's famous dictum fusing God's passion to be worshiped and man's passion to be happy. Yet, spoken into our hyper-individualistic culture, this glorious truth might lead some to think glorifying God is an individual's task. In truth, God is glorified as we use our freedom to serve others. We canno...

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