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Day of Prayer for the Nations

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Over the past few weeks we have joined Sovereign Grace churhces around the world to pray for our healthcare professionals and our frontline workers. Today, we are joining together to pray for the nations. We hope you'll join us! You can find some specific things to pray for in this blog post....

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Virtual Sunday Class | Fear Not! | Session 1

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Coronavirus. Political turmoil. Threats to religious freedoms. Stock market volatility. Cancer. Texting drivers. It's no wonder that so many Christians live in the grip of fear, worry, and anxiety. But the gospel transforms terrified into trusting, weak-kneed into steel-spined, anxious into intrepid.Fear Not!is a class to help worriersfrom the chronically fearful to the oc...

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Thoughts from the Psalms | Jeff Purswell

This week during our livestream, Jeff encouraged us from Psalm 16 and pointed us toward the goodness of God even in the midst of this pandemic. Listen again and be encouraged! ...

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Sermon Summary | "The Most Important Question in a Pandemic"

Why do tragedies happen? It can be tempting to think great suffering is the result of serious personal sin. God is just and there are clear consequences for persistent and unrepentant sin, but these verses speak to another reason for disaster: an incentive to repent. The observer should be asking: "Why wasn't I one of those slaughtered in the atrocity?" The kindness of God...

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Sunday Sermon Quotes: "The Most Important Question in a Pandemic"

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"This is not a season for sentimental views of God." John Piper "Jesus calls on the crowd to reflect on their skills of discernment. Living in Palestine, they can decipher the weather by checking the wind and the clouds. If the clouds are coming from the west and the Mediterranean, they know rain is coming. If the wind comes from the south off the desert, they know it wil...

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Day of Prayer for Frontline Workers

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Two weeks ago, our small denomination dedicated a day of prayer for healthcare professionals who are serving on the frontlines in caring for the sick during the COVID-19 pandemic. Because there are other men and women working daily on the frontline to serve us, even at their own risk, we wanted to dedicate this Friday, April 17 as a Day of Prayer for Frontline Workers. You...

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Virtual Sunday Class | Commissioned Session 5

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Join us for session 5 of our virutal Sunday Class! This week, Josh Pannell teaches us about how to answer tough evangelism questions. You can find the outline here. ...

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Emerging Nations Newsletter | April 2020

Things To Pray For In April By Dave Taylor on Apr 03, 2020 09:00 pm 1 Corinthians 8. 1-5, 'We want you to know brothers, about the grace of God that has been given among the churches in Macedonia, for in a severe test of affliction, their abundance of joy and their extreme p...

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Sermon Summary | "Easter in a Pandemic"

John 11:1-44 displays God's provision and solution for death in the person of Jesus Christ who is the resurrection and the life. Like Lazarus, Christians have the joy and privilege of identifying as those who are loved by Jesus. In the midst of suffering and delay, God always has a divine purpose as he works all things for our good and for the glory of the Son. Jesus' love...

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Sermon Quotes: "Easter in a Pandemic"

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"The chapter is one of the most remarkable in the New Testament. For grandeur and simplicity, for pathos and solemnity, nothing was ever written like it." J.C. Ryle "Those who Jesus has revealed himself to view themselves first and foremost as loved by him not as those who love him. This is a common feature of those he has loved. They think of themselves as loved by him, ...

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