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God Alone Is Supreme - Charlottesville, Racism, & The Gospel

Posted by Doug Sachtleben on

This past Sunday, prior to the sermon, I took a few moments to denounce the racism and violence that happened in Charlottesville on Saturday. I think one of the pieces of our response, as believers in Jesus Christ, should be this: The very notion of white supremacy is not...

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Ecclesiastes 4:7-5:7 Sermon Rewind

Posted by Doug Sachtleben on

Pastor Doug gives us a Semon Rewind of Ecclesiastes 4:7-5:7, which was preached this past Sunday.

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Tags: ecclesiastes, sermon rewind, sermons

Finishing Yesterday’s Sermon 7-2-17

Posted by Doug Sachtleben on

Dear Church Family, Good afternoon! I hope you’re able to enjoy some time with loved ones as we celebrate Independence Day.  I wanted to send out this follow-up to what I mentioned at the end of yesterday’s sermon. For those of you who couldn’t make it, we looked at...

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Tags: death, ecclesiastes, eternity, friendship, life, marriage, time

Ecclesiastes 1:12-2:26 Sermon Rewind

Posted by Doug Sachtleben on

Pastor Doug gives us a Semon Rewind of Ecclesiastes 1:12-2:26, which was preached this past Sunday.

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Tags: ecclesiastes, sermon rewind, sermons

Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 Sermon Rewind

Posted by Doug Sachtleben on

Pastor Doug gives us a Semon Rewind of Ecclesiastes 1:1-11, which was preached this past Sunday.

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Tags: ecclesiastes, sermons, sermon rewind

Why I'm Encouraged by the First Ever Evangelicals For Life Conference

Posted by Pat Devine on

January 22 marked the 43rd year since the Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade. While the Roman Catholic Church has carried the torch for life steadily and faithfully for many years, the Evangelicals for Life event was, surprisingly, the first unified evangelical voice at the March For Life. What...

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Tags: evangelicals, gospel, life, pro-life, women

When Idolatry Intersects with Parenting

Posted by Stuart McCray on

Parenting During a Nuclear Meltdown Parents: can you relate to this experience? Your child spontaneously goes into nuclear meltdown, in the back of Target, with a shopping cart full of items that really need to be purchased? On top of that there are, of course, plenty of...

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Tags: idols, parenting, the heart, tim keller, christina fox

Justification Comes BEFORE Sanctification, NEVER after

Posted by Stuart McCray on

Here is a helpful quote from an unknown author on the danger of getting Justification and Sanctification out of order. Theologically speaking, Justification (being declared righteous by God - by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone) comes before Sanctification (the process of being...

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Tags: grace, justification, sanctification, joshua harris

The Good News in Tough Truth

Posted by Ryan Yoho on

Over the past few weeks, our pastors have been preaching through the end of Romans 1 and beginning of Romans 2. These are tough passages – not because they are especially difficult to understand, but because they are difficult to hear. Paul is landing major blows on behalf of the truth and...

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Tags: romans, salvation, sin, the gospel

Self-pity is Sin

Posted by Stuart McCray on

Sin is Sin Several years ago I read a book by Jerry Bridges entitled, Respectable Sins. In it Bridges says, On the whole, we appear to be more concerned about the sins of society than we are the sins of the saints. In fact, we often indulge in what i call the "respectable" or even...

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Tags: jerry bridges, john piper, kevin deyoung, pride, self-pity, sin

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