Monthly Archives: October 2013

Canon within the Canon?: Thoughts on Reading the Bible Better

We all have certain portions of Scripture we focus on more than others. We know that, right? I’m not being presumptious in saying we’re aware of the fact we do this? I hope not. I hope we all recognize that … Continue reading

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Camping With God

Sermon from our 174th anniversary celebration. Guest speaking is Rev. Jim Clarke of Poplar Hill Baptist Church.

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Follow Me as I Follow Christ: A Theology of Mentoring and Transformation

Sunday, October 20th sermon on Philippians 3:15-21

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Take Hold of the Prize

Sermon from Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013

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What the H-E-Double Hockey Sticks?!? Pt. 18: N.T. Wright

Confession: I love N.T. Wright. I love to read his books, but I think I love listening to him speak even more. I think I could just listen to him talk all day (might be his accent). There is a … Continue reading

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Shine Like Stars

Sunday, October 6th, 2013 sermon.

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What the H-E-Double Hockey Sticks?!? Part 17: Some Thoughts on “Hellbound?”

Please note that this is not a full review. I was trying to get my toddler to sleep while watching the film, so I couldn’t really get everything in the best possible way. These are just some basic thoughts and … Continue reading

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