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#MeToo

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Sexual assault and harassment is never okay. It’s heartbreaking (but sadly no longer surprising) that so many women have experienced this evil and injustice. As several women have noted, soon the #metoo hashtag will leave the headlines but the scars and sorrows of their abuse won’t leave in the same way....

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Selah: God's Playlist for the Rhythms of Life

The book of Psalms is a treasure that is often overlooked in the Bible. In the Psalms we see the extent of human experience ranging from joyous celebration, utter despair, consuming fear, bitter jealousy, to confident trust in God. The word "selah" is a Hebrew musical term probably meaning "lift up" where singers would either raise their eyes to the heavens or lift up thei...

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Marriage: God's Design Redefined

The God of the Bible is a good God, who is infinite in his worth, supreme in his love, and breathtaking in his compassion. He alone can satisfy the deepest longings of the human heart and supply us with lasting joy, forgiveness, and eternal hope. With him as the hope for humanity and the delight of the Church, we are faced with a historic day in our nation as it pertains t...

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Easter 2015: 4 Ways to Help

On April 5 we will celebrate the glorious fact that Jesus is alive! If Jesus didn't raise from the dead, then our faith is in vain. "But in fact Christ has been raised from the dead," writes Paul, and because he lives, we want to tell the world around us about our great hope in Jesus. This Easter, we are having two Easter services at 9am and 11am to double our praise and s...

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It really was a Holy Night

It indeed was a “Holy Night.”...

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