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This is our new live-streaming platform—with chatting, prayer requests, and a built–in Bible. Give it a try! We encourage all of our online congregation to gather here for ONE Community!
Online Congregation, join us for fellowship on Zoom at 11am each Sunday—right after 2nd service.
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2 Corinthians 12:7-10

With an intro message by Pastor Lance

Pastor Jeff recently shared a timely study on the place of suffering in the Christian's life. Pastor Lance urges us to give this message a listen, and share with your friends and family.

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The Gospel v Progressivism
December 28th, 2020
I’ve grown increasingly concerned by the inroads the Progressive Left has made into the Evangelical church, especially among young adults. The purpose of this essay is to challenge the idea of the Progressive Christian. You can either be a Christian or a Progressive but not both without pouring new meaning into what you mean by either.What follows is not intended to persuade those who’ve already a...
Christmas Traditions
December 16th, 2020
Christmas TraditionsA Biblical Perspective on the Celebration of the Birth of ChristEach year many Christians are faced with the decision of what to do about the holidays. Should they celebrate with everyone else or refrain from celebrating because of the pagan origins of some of the practices associated with this time of year? For many, this is no minor dilemma. What follows is offered in the hop...
Politics: The New Religion
October 23rd, 2020
IntroductionWhile elections are important and Christians ought to be good stewards with their citizenship, being educated on the candidates and propositions, then voting with Biblical values, we mustn't get caught up in the religious-like fervor demonstrated by those who only hope is in politics. Our hope isn't in a party or platform. King Jesus owns it.Here We Go Again …Over the last couple of we...
Squaring Up Paul's Correspondence with Corinth
October 22nd, 2020
[The following is taken from Barclay's commentary on 1 and 2 Corinthians, with editing]There was a letter which preceded 1 Corinthians. According to the Revised Standard Version, in 1 Corinthians 5:9 Paul writes: ‘I wrote you in my letter not to associate with immoral men.’ This obviously refers to some previous letter. Some scholars believe that letter is lost without trace. Others think it is co...
Scripture Isn’t A Wax Nose
August 12th, 2020
Scripture Isn’t A Wax NoseIn 1511, Erasmus warned of scholars who treated Scripture as though it was made of wax, something to be shaped into a form appealing to them. Five hundred years later, people still do treat Scripture like a wax nose.Facebook isn’t the place people ought to go for reliable information. Anyone can say just about anything. They may present themselves as an authority or posit...

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The Gospel v Progressivism
December 28th, 2020
I’ve grown increasingly concerned by the inroads the Progressive Left has made into the Evangelical church, especially among young adults. The purpose of this essay is to challenge the idea of the Progressive Christian. You can either be a Christian or a Progressive but not both without pouring new meaning into what you mean by either.What follows is not intended to persuade those who’ve already a...
Christmas Traditions
December 16th, 2020
Christmas TraditionsA Biblical Perspective on the Celebration of the Birth of ChristEach year many Christians are faced with the decision of what to do about the holidays. Should they celebrate with everyone else or refrain from celebrating because of the pagan origins of some of the practices associated with this time of year? For many, this is no minor dilemma. What follows is offered in the hop...
Politics: The New Religion
October 23rd, 2020
IntroductionWhile elections are important and Christians ought to be good stewards with their citizenship, being educated on the candidates and propositions, then voting with Biblical values, we mustn't get caught up in the religious-like fervor demonstrated by those who only hope is in politics. Our hope isn't in a party or platform. King Jesus owns it.Here We Go Again …Over the last couple of we...
Squaring Up Paul's Correspondence with Corinth
October 22nd, 2020
[The following is taken from Barclay's commentary on 1 and 2 Corinthians, with editing]There was a letter which preceded 1 Corinthians. According to the Revised Standard Version, in 1 Corinthians 5:9 Paul writes: ‘I wrote you in my letter not to associate with immoral men.’ This obviously refers to some previous letter. Some scholars believe that letter is lost without trace. Others think it is co...
Scripture Isn’t A Wax Nose
August 12th, 2020
Scripture Isn’t A Wax NoseIn 1511, Erasmus warned of scholars who treated Scripture as though it was made of wax, something to be shaped into a form appealing to them. Five hundred years later, people still do treat Scripture like a wax nose.Facebook isn’t the place people ought to go for reliable information. Anyone can say just about anything. They may present themselves as an authority or posit...