A Church that is Unified

I like Math, I guess it fits better with my personality type, it has concrete rational participles that can be tested. In short, it has rules. Contrasted to grammar, which…

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A Church that Disciples

“The most significant contribution we make in life, is the passing of our faith to the next generation.” we do that by being a disciple of Jesus Christ and leading others by our lifestyle, our conversation, and our actions.

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A Church that Loves

Believe it or not, all churches are not the same. If your idea has been that “a church is a church is a church” then you might want to take…

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What Kind of Church is This?

When it was built for an international exposition in the last century, the structure was called monstrous by the citizens of the city, who demanded it be torn down as…

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6 Convictions every Church needs.

I was reading an article entitled, “30 Survival Skills Modern People Have forgotten”. It mentioned such things as, hand washing clothes, navigating without a GPS, building a fire, preserving food,…

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Code Blue – The Church at Sardis.

Scientists studied a native tribe in South America whose people have been dying prematurely for generations. After a thorough investigation, the cause of premature death was determined. The disease was…

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Persecution and the Gospel

The book of Acts opens with the truly amazing account of the exciting expansion of the New Testament Church. However in Chapter five the story begins to change in a way that quickly captures the readers attention. In the beginning the Church enjoyed a session of favor and acceptance, then persecution began to break out that scattered the Church and cost the lives of many.

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UNRAVELED

We all have searching questions. What is the church? What is our purpose? What is our source of truth? How are we to relate to each other? To the world? To God? Answers to those questions are found in the stories that make up the book of Acts.

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