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    The Missing Middle of Reconciliation

    Yesterday we began our Fall series, “All Due Respect: When My Views Clash With Yours,” focusing on the pathway to peace. We felt the need to remind ourselves that a nation committed to uniting different people from different states presupposes difference, even conflict, without that...

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    Culture & Conflict

    This Sunday Pastor Steve and I kick off our fall series, “With All Due Respect: When my Views Clash with Yours.” With all that we have planned, the music, the testimonies, the discipleship and connection opportunities, I can’t wait for this Fall season to begin in earnest. The...

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    A Fabulous Fall

    With summer slowly drawing to a close we’re turning attention to the start of school and to the fall. Hard to believe, isn’t it? What a summer we’ve had and what a fabulous fall awaits us. This weekend we round off the summer with the concluding message in our worship...

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  • Greatness is found in simply pointing people to Jesus
  • The needs of the world are met, one person at a time, one life at a time.
  • Yes, this world outside is different. But if we truly embrace it, people are for us, not against us.
  • There is no room for condemnation in the church. And if we don't get this right, we will lose this next generation.
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