Taking God at His Word

What are your feelings about the Bible? How would you describe your attitude to the Word of God? Would you consider yourself to be one that is in awe of God’s Word? Would you say that you have a love and even a desperation for the Scriptures? Would you describe yourself as earnestly committed to […]

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Advent Reading

It’s almost December 1st! Why not enjoy a simple Advent reading plan in preparation for Christmas? The following plan includes readings from major New Testament passages leading up to the birth of the Messiah, as well as some significant texts from Hebrews, Jeremiah, and 1 John all helping you rejoice in Jesus as the center of your holiday season. […]

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Reformation Reading

October 31, 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation. On Sunday, October 29, we will begin a series emphasizing the essential gospel truths that had been overshadowed and corrupted by the Catholic Church. As Layton Talbert said, The Reformers did not discover the doctrine of justification by faith alone apart from the […]

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Are You A Healthy Church Member?

God intends for His churches to be the primary context for the display of His glory and growth of His people. (If you want more information on that statement … read the book of Ephesians) But, how does being a part of a local church produce spiritual growth in individuals, and how do individuals contribute […]

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Honest Evangelism

One of our core values as a church is Intentional Evangelism. Proclaiming the Gospel to others and calling them to repentance and faith This means that as members of this church, one of the things we have committed to prioritizing and helping one another with is faithfully sharing Jesus with others. But, we all know the struggle. Many of […]

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God’s Love Compels Us

Each year in February, the church family sets aside a few days to specifically refocus on our efforts as a church to reach the world with the Gospel. Missions Conference is a wonderful time to be encouraged by what God is doing through those we have partnered with in the Gospel. At the same time, it serves as an opportunity to reflect on our personal and […]

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Crazy Busy!

Well … hold on tight ’cause here it comes – the holiday season! That means one of the busiest times of life is upon us. But honestly, it’s not just holiday times where we find ourselves caught in the rat race and break-neck pace of Atlanta – it’s constant. With this in mind, we are eager to recommend an incredibly insightful […]

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In Christ Alone

[An] accompanying uncertainty and lack of definition in basic Christian doctrine are causes for genuine concern. Some cannot, for example, explain why Mormonism is not Christian because they are unsure of the doctrine of the Trinity. As we continue to study the Gospel of John, we are pleased to recommend a wonderful devotional companion to […]

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How to Walk into Church

So … walking into church probably doesn’t seem like it deserves its own book. Right? It’s a pretty straightforward and trivial activity. But things are rarely as simple as they seem, and how you walk into church reveals a great deal about what you think church is, what it’s for, and what you’re doing there. […]

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A Holy Ambition

In light of our Missions Conference, we are recommending the book, A Holy Ambition. This collection of missions-oriented sermons by John Piper will challenge you to consider and cultivate a holy ambition to preach Christ where he has not yet been named. A ‘holy ambition’ means something you really want to do that God wants you to do. Something you want […]

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