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Knowing the Important Stuff about Noah

Yesterday we began our sermon by watching the trailer for Noah which is coming out in a few months (Russell Crowe is much cooler does it get?!!!). You can see it here. We then spent our time in the sermon focusing on the stuff that is most important in that story so that when everyone is talking about the movie, we can be prepared to know what we want to say t...

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Tweets, Snakes, Women and Freedom

Adam Eve. ~3rd Century. Artist Unknown I couldn't believe how many good questions I received after the sermon yesterday on Genesis 3. You all are dialoguing very deeply with Scripture and whenever that happens, good questions come up! Please, keep up the good work! Below are some of the questions that I couldn't get to in our QA time: From Twitter: @DayutisDanielleso...

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Tweets and Info on Psalm 8

I am just astounded by the fact that God made us in HIS image. It was a blessing for me to think about this topic last week as I was preparing the Sunday message on Genesis 2. It was also cool for me to see how people responded to it. Whereas after the sermon on Genesis 1 we had a lot of questions from Twitter - after Genesis 2 were a lot of reflections and responses. In...

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Week One of Walking in God's Word

Week one of "Walking in God's Word" has been really exciting! I have heard so many people processing Genesis 1 as they meet together by the fireplace in the community room, in the hallways by the One Page Bible, on the couches in the Welcome Center and in the office area. It truly is so encouraging to me, your pastor, to see such enthusiasm and interest! I have been able t...

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Tweets and I - Reflections on Genesis 1 (from Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014)

Whew, what a beginning! Yesterday we started our journey in Genesis 1 by answering the question, "Where is God?" We found out according to Genesis 1, God made the earth His home. So God is HERE! We also were reminded that God is completely in control which means we can "cast all our burdens on Him, for God cares for us." We had a lot of twitter action and I wasn't able t...

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Thou Shalt Not...Plagiarize!

There has been a lot of buzz in the last few weeks about a popular pastor in some Evangelical circles. Initially, Pastor Mark Driscoll was accused of plagiarism by syndicated radio host Janet Mefferd who produced photocopied documents of some of Driscoll's work side-by-side with some older stuff by other people. Driscoll's stuff didn't cite what was used. This is a probl...

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Blogging at you Tweeters - From Sunday, October 27th, 2013

This past Sunday was the first Sunday we attempted to incorporate Twitter into our worship service. I say attempted b/c for some reason the tweets weren't showing up on my computer. There was some sort of interference. This problem should be fixed soon, sorry everyone. So on Sunday, instead of responding to the tweets I opened up the floor for some QA after the sermon. But...

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The Great Samaritan in 3-D

This past Monday our young adult Bible study went over Luke 10:25-37. We read the passage, did a bit of research into why it was and is so radical and then we prayed together. We said a lot of things, but we were all struck by the counter-cultural-ness of it. In an age where we are so careful before we help others for fear of a lawsuit or a misunderstanding - God's message...

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