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  • Sunday Review - Feb 9

    Here's a quick review of how we encountered God last Sunday, including a few discussion questions for Community Group conversation this week.  We began our meeting by singing Behold our God and Crown Him (Majesty) Gary, Duane, and Jody shared prophetic words and impressions from the Lord We sang Revelation Song Josh Kruger welcomed our guests and gave a short re-cap of the ladies overnight event Stephanie read 1 Peter 1:13-21 Matthew preached a sermon from 1 Peter 1:13-21: Called to Be Holy...

  • Pray for the Bishops

    Brad and Tammy Bishop, two of our church members, arrived safely in La Paz, Bolivia last Friday. God has given them a growing desire to support the ministry of Suti Sana in the red light district of El Alto. Suti Sana provides an economic alternative for women desiring to leave the brothels in the form of training and employment as seamstresses.

  • Loving our Neighbors: Quinton Cools

    Sharing the good news of the gospel is an essential expression of what it means to follow Jesus. He lived, died, and rose from the grave to make disciples of all nations and he bids us to follow him by doing the same (Matt 28:19). Evangelism, in that sense, is an act of worship.

  • Sunday Review - Jan 26

    Here's a quick review of the meeting last Sunday for those who were serving in KingsKids or unable to join us.  We learned a new song, Here for You, reminding us that we gather on Sundays to meet with God, not to practice a religious ritual We sang I Stand Amazed Matthew read Ps 121 and we sang All the Way My Savior Leads Me Will & Julie Hagen each shared a spontaneous prophetic impression from the Lord We sang As Long As You are Glorified Chris Deloglos prayed a prayer from The Valley ...

  • Pray for Afghanistan

    "So how is your church involved in missions?" For many years, I never liked answering that question. Nearly every time it came up I was immediately attacked by a sense of guilt. My answer usually went something like this: "Here's what we're doing, but I know we should be doing more." Cue the condemnation.

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