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Heads up: last week of the "2011" series...

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Posted by Josh on

This series has been one of the most challenging and rewarding things I've done since I started preaching.  What we've seen in our church body these last four weeks is a deep, gnawing need to develop the ability to see the world through God's eyes - to see people, events, and things how He...

What we tell our kids about Santa

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Posted by Josh on

I'll probably post this every year until I die (or am physically or mentally unable to be your pastor any longer).  If you - like me - are a parent that struggles with questions surrounding what you'll tell your kids about Santa, this is an incredibly insightful and Biblical post from...

Give Thanks

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Posted by Matt Svoboda on

It is Thanksgiving week!  I hope all of you have a great Thanksgiving.  As of now, most of you are concerned about the food you will eat and the family or friends you will get to eat with.  I know I am.  I love food, friends, and family.  All of those things make me very...

Why We Long For The Eschaton

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Posted by Matt Svoboda on

Escha-what?  Bible College had to be good for something!  The word Eschaton is the greek word for "last."  It is defined as "end of the world, end of time, or climax of history."  It is also where we get the word Eschatology- the study of End Times. Usually when we focus...

A few heads-ups for this Sunday...

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Posted by Josh on

I'll be honest: of all the weeks in the 2011 series, this one has me more nervous than any other week.  Here's the working sermon title... A Nation Divided: Congress Narrowly Avoids Govt Shutdown In case you don't remember what was happening a few months ago, this might jog your...

A few words about this weekend's WG's...

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Posted by Josh on

As most of you know, we started the "2011" series this week with a bang, looking back on the killing of Osama bin Laden through the lens of Scripture. As we expected, it stirred DEEP emotions in the church body as we applied the gospel to a very raw spot in people's hearts.  In that...

What makes business Christian?

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Posted by Josh on

Lately, I've started to notice that many Christians view their workplace as an obstacle to ministry.  "If I didn't have to work so much, I could do more ministry!", they're tempted to say.  Or they feel that there are "Christian jobs" (pastors, authors of Christian books, Christian...

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