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Thoughts from Ezekiel | Jeff Purswell

On Sunday, Jeff exhorted us from Ezekiel 11 to remember God's promise of a new spirit and encouraged us to turn to Christ when we sin, when we are fearful, when we are wayward. Listen again and be encouraged....

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Sermon Quotes: "In His Image"

"In a time of crisis, turmoil, conflict, a pastor, above all else needs to keep his hand on his Bible." Jeff Purswell "The importance of human beings created in God's image can scarcely be exaggerated." Thomas Schreiner "The Bible does not begin with the creation of a special race of people. When the first human is introduced into the story he is simply called 'adam', wh...

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Partnering with New Day Ministries

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As a church, we have anopportunityto partner with New Day Ministries--an organzation on the West side of Louisville seeking to provide care for those in need due to unrest in our city. New Day has established several sites throughout the city asplaces to gather needed supplies. One of those is The Marketing Squad. This coming Tuesday, from 8:30am-5:30pm members of the com...

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Sermon Quotes: "Can This Be Fixed?"

"Now when the Pharisees gathered to him, with some of the scribes who had come from Jerusalem, they saw that some of his disciples ate with hands that were defiled, that is unwashedAnd the Pharisees and the scribes asked him, 'Why do your disciples not walk according to the tradition of the elders, but eat with defiled hands.'" Mark 7:1-2; 5 "Life, death, hell and worlds ...

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Virtual Sunday Class | "A Glass Half Full: Learning the Secret of Contentment"

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The Apostle Paul says he has learned the "secret" of being content, but for most of us, the path to contentment seems murky. We are easily drawn into discontent by advertising, comparison with friends and neighbors, and our own insatiable desires. It turns out, this secret is hiding in plain sight in the Word of God. Over the four weeks of this Sunday Class, we will explor...

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Sermon Discussion + Prayer: "What Difference Can We Make?"

In chapter 7, Mark sets the scene for a conflict between Jesus and the religious leaders over ceremonial washing. Instead of answering the Pharisees' question, Jesus addresses the true nature of defilement before God; a sinful heart. Remarkably, Jesus declares all foods clean and all human hearts unclean. As J.C. Ryle wrote, "Every man has within him the root of every sin"...

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Sermon Discussion + Prayer: "What Difference Can We Make?"

Considering the recent death of George Floyd and the increasing tension across the nation and in our own city, God's Word must inform how we, as believers, are to feel and act in response to such events. For the original audience, Micah 6:8 addresses many injustices that were taking place in Israel at the time. CJ points out that the three commands in verse eight are evide...

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Thoughts from the Psalms | Jeff Purswell

In our call to worship from Psalm 10, Jeff pointed us to hard-won words of faithwords that direct our hearts to God in the midst of injustice and confusion and fear. Listen again and be encouraged. ...

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Sermon Discussion + Prayer: "Ground That Doesn't Shift"

Preceding the commands given by these verses, we must consider Christ's atoning work, contending these commands are not done by human will. First, the Christian should "rejoice always," which is grounded in the fact that God is always acting for their good. Second, he called the listeners to "pray without ceasing." Although this command on the surface seems to be a burden,...

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Sermon Quotes: "Ground That Doesn't Shift"

"People have suffered. They've been afraid. The ground on which they stand has shifted." Peggy Noonan "Through the blessings of grace, walking with Jesus is no longer a forced march of meritbut a willing response of love, gratitude, and thanksgivingOur job is not to repeat Christ's work but to honor it. We do so by trusting the adequacy of his grace and responding to it w...

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