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The Trinity and You

For too long I and much of the evangelical world have been content to make belief in the Trinity a test of orthodoxy, but have failed to explore the implications that the Trinity has for our lives....

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The Fog of Life and the Plan of God

Listen to two sermons from Ecclesiastes 3 as Solomon explores the effect that time, eternity, and the hidden plan of God have on life under the sun....

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4 Reasons to Bring Non-believing Friends to the Ecclesiastes Series

Ecclesiastes lends itself particularly well to engaging those interested in exploring the faith, and here are four reasons why....

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When Work and Wisdom Disappoint (Ecclesiastes 1:12-2:26)

There's an uncomfortable parallel between an abandoned building project and our lives in a fallen world....

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Invitation to Ecclesiastes

Join us and bring your friends and neighbors to come wrestle with life through the honest yet hopeful lens of Ecclesiastes....

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Why I'm Preaching Ecclesiastes from the ESV

Though the Bible version in our church pews and usually up on the screen is the NIV, I'll be preaching Ecclesiastes from the ESV. I thought it would be good to explain why....

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Resurrection, Zombies, and Life After the Grave

Four facts about one of the central, yet not always well understood, tenets of the Christian faith: resurrection....

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Isaiah 52:1-12: Behold your King!

It's hard to make sense of the excitement and fervor of Palm Sunday unless we realize that Jerusalem remained in many ways a city under siege....

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Welcome to our new website!

Whether you're visiting us for the first time, or a member checking out the new digs, we hope you'll find our new website fresh and even more useful than before....

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Philippians 4:14-23: The Sweet Aroma of Gospel Partnership

In Philippians 4:14-23, Paul describes the way we live our lives before God as giving off a particular smell-the sweet aroma of an acceptable sacrifice. ...

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