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    Jan. 18, 2020
    Prayer is an important part of the Christian walk. In Matthew 18:20, Jesus calls us to pray together—why does He desire this from us and how is praying together any different?
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    Jan. 11, 2020
    I give my time for God, why do I also need to give of my resources, and how does giving away a portion of my hard-earned money actually add to my life? Let’s see how we can fix our heart on the treasures of heaven, ...
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    Jan. 4, 2020
    What’s the big deal with baptisms and why does God call us to do it? I want to invite you to dive deep in your commitment to the Lord.
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    Dec. 24, 2019
    Be Wiser than a Wise Man.
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    Dec. 21, 2019
    An angel visits Mary and delivers an incredible message—she would conceive the Son of God. She was merely a teenager as well as a virgin, and she changed the course of human history forever. How was she able to do this and how can we ...
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    Dec. 14, 2019
    Christmas is the celebration of the arrival of our Savior coming to live among us. He could have chosen any method to get here and he could have made himself the most powerful king. So why did Jesus chose a manger—a lowly place where animals ...
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    Dec. 7, 2019
    When humans sinned that created division between us and God. This separation required reparation that we couldn’t create apart from Jesus.
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    Nov. 30, 2019
    Regardless of the circumstances that we find ourselves in, thanking our Father is always an appropriate measure. His body was broken for us and his blood was spilled for us—thank the Lord for the life-giving gift of salvation!
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    Nov. 23, 2019
    Having a grateful heart can do more than change our mindset, it can improve our health and wellbeing. What steps can we take to become more grateful?
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    Nov. 16, 2019
    When we first think of pruning, Christians often think of pain and suffering—is that accurate? How does the vinedresser use pruning and why should we desire it in our lives?