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In Acts 7:9-36 (click here to read or listen), Stephen shows his mastery of Old Testament history and his audience. He is standing before the Sanhedrin accused of speaking against the Law of Moses and the temple. As he begins his defense, he recounts Old Testament history to get his adversaries...

The Full Message of this New Life

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Our New Testament reading (Acts 5:1-21, click here to read or listen)raises lots of questions. Did Ananias and Sapphira go to hell? Ultimately, this isn’t for you and me to know. The message is the same as the one Jesus taught in Luke 13:1-5. “Unless you repent, you too shall...

Daily Devotion - Courage!

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Click here or on the image above to hear our daily devotion based on Deuteronomy 4 - 5 (click here to read) and Acts 4:13-37 (click here to read) One of the reasons I love reading history models of courage from the past encourage me. Today, I am amazed at the courage of Moses as...

Daily Devotion - The End of the Batmobile?

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Click here or on the Daily Devotion image to watch today's devotion about the end of the Batmobile.My prayer is that the severe isolation that we are experiencing right now will result in us appreciating more than ever the importance of staying connected with people around us. May we...

The Bells are Ringing! Join us in worship!

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Our Wednesday service is available for you to begin your worship! Click here or on the image. The Worship Folder is attached. Make this a time of worship. Join in the responsive readings and the singing. You are joining with Christians all over celebrating the Savior's dying love for you!

A Time of Great Transitions

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Today is a time of transition for us as Governor Evers orders all of us to stay at home if at all possible. What will life be like on the other side of this great transition? Both our Bible readings for today are times of great transition as well. In Numbers 34 and 35 (click here to read...

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