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Sermon Notes | 10.25.20


Sermon Notes for Sunday, October 25, 2020....

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From My Shelf


In yesterday's sermon, I highlighted the setting of Caesarea Philippi where Jesus asked His disciples the all-important question, "But who do you say that I am?" (Matthew 16:15). I noted that Caesarea Philippi was a place full of temples to false gods and false idols. I asserted that, though our context may have less physical temples, each of us must answer Jesus's questio...

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"The News" Kids Time


Starting this week, we are going to add to our Family Ministries resources with a VBS-style video from Pastor David that goes along with our weekly sermon and/or a core Gospel truth. We pray you and your kids can use these videos for God's glory and the growth of the Gospel in your home, our community, and around the world....

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Pastor David Update | 07.01.20


Happy Wednesday Church! Starting today, I'll begin providing an update with recommended resources each Wednesday. I pray God uses them to bless you for His glory, your good, and the spread of His Gospel. You can listen to the latest episde of ourHey! Real Quickpodcast now via our podcast page or Apple Podcasts. We're publishing new episodes every other Wednesday and the l...

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Church Updates - June 21


We will not have our regularly scheduled Church Conference today, June 21. Nevertheless, Joe and Trudi D'Ambrosio graciously volunteered to provide video updates from their respective ministry areas. First, Trudi, who serves as our Church Treasurer, provides a financial update. Next, Joe, who serves as our Nominating Committee Chair, provides an important update for our...

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Pastor David Update


This Weekend & New Series First, weather permitting, we will continue with the same schedule we had last Sunday. I know Angela highlighted this in yesterday's "Green Level LIVE," but I made a video (below) walking through this schedule again. Second, we will start a new "Summer Series" next Sunday, May 31. This summer, we're going to look at the biblical doctrine of our ...

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