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December 10, 2017

On this 2nd Weekend of Advent we will look to the very first words recorded in the oldest Gospel, reading Mark 1: 1-8. It describes the urgent preaching of John the Baptist. And what John preached so long ago is still the primary message of the Bible for us today; our need for forgiveness, and the only way that can be granted…that way is “repentance.” The sermon, “Know Advent, Know Christmas” makes the argument that until we realize our need of a Savior the deep meaning of Christmas cannot be realized. This weekend, let’s return to the river banks of the Jordan and listen to John’s warning and to his invitation.


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December 3, 2017

Coming

Mark 13:24-27

Advent. It’s the season we prepare for the coming of Jesus. The songs celebrate His birth. The lights remind us that He is the Light. Gifts represent Him, the greatest Gift ever given. But that’s not how it all began. Advent isn’t about preparing for the coming of God’s Son, it’s about preparing for the coming of God’s wrath. Believe it or not, you weren’t born on a trajectory to Heaven, you were born on a course to Hell. Ouch. But God loves you so much that He has provided a way for you to escape His wrath, and His name is Jesus. Join us this Saturday or Sunday at any of our four Weekend Experiences as Pastor Rich helps us take a closer look at the reality of God’s wrath and His invitation to escape it.


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November 26, 2017

Join us this weekend we will read some of the last teachings of Jesus as recorded in the Gospel of Matthew, specifically chapter 25, verses 31-46. Jesus, using very descriptive language, speaks of judgment. The sermon, “Evidence That Demands a Verdict,” will review not only what Jesus said, but consider the practical implication for each of us. In the end there are only two categories that Jesus identifies, sheep and goats. According to Jesus we will all be identified as one or the other. One is good, the other is bad. One is full of hope, the other full of punishment. What is the evidence that will determine our fate? Come and hear as Pastor John brings us this important message.


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November 19, 2017

2 Corinthians 8&9

Radical Generosity

We all want to be generous. No one hopes to be greedy. Nobody wants to be known as a Scrooge. Here’s the great news: everyone can be generous. Because God is generous, and you are created in His image, you can be generous. In fact, the Bible gives us some really great models for what generosity looks like. But it’s not just the model that’s important; it’s the result. When we live with Radical Generosity, we not only show the world what we believe but why it’s worth believing. Join us this weekend at any of our Weekend Experiences as Pastor Rich concludes the series Radical Generosity. Come and discover how you can join God and be a culture shifter and life changer by living with Radical Generosity!


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november 12, 2017

This weekend, we’ll continue a sermon series on Radical Generosity. Join us as we study what it is like to live radically. As we explore living with radical gratitude, compassion, confidence and generosity, we hope you’ll prayerfully consider what that looks like for your life. Come ready learn how to live radically!


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November 5, 2017

This weekend, we’ll continue a sermon series on Radical Generosity. Join us as we study what it is like to live radically. As we explore living with radical gratitude, compassion, confidence and generosity, we hope you’ll prayerfully consider what that looks like for your life. Come ready learn how to live radically!


For our second lesson, Radical Compassion, Pastor John will bring the message from Luke 10:25-37. He’ll remind us that each believer has gifts and talents to share, and he’ll challenge us to use compassion in our daily lives.


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October 29, 2017

This weekend, we’ll begin a sermon series on Radical Generosity. Join us for the next four weeks as we explore what it is like to live radically. As we explore living with radical gratitude, compassion, confidence and generosity, we hope you’ll prayerfully consider what that looks like for your life. Come ready learn how to live radically!

For our first lesson, Radical Gratitude, we’ll welcome Jonathan Curry to bring us the message. Jonathan attended and graduated from Toccoa Falls College (TFC). Upon graduation from TFC, Jonathan served as a Youth Minister at Hillside Christian Community in Carnegie for 6 years. Currently, Jonathan is serving in his 9th year at Greater Works Outreach in Monroeville. Along with his wife, Stacie, they lead the Marriage Ministry and the Children’s Ministry.


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