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Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part four

  This is our last week in our blog series on race and Christianity. Hopefully the content that we’ve put in front of you the past three weeks has been inspiring, informative, convicting, and yes, hope giving.  There’s no doubt that we live in a very divided...

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part three

  This is our third week in our blog series on race and Christianity. As a church we want to be better informed about a deep sin issue that has stained our history and continues to exist today. In this series we wanted to put some good content in front of you to...

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part two

  Today is part two of our blog series on race and Christianity. Our history has been deeply stained by racism. It’s a sin issue of our past and the present and it’s on us to develop a better understanding of its roots and repercussions. Our goal through this...
Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part four

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part four

  This is our last week in our blog series on race and Christianity. Hopefully the content that we’ve put in front of you the past three weeks has been inspiring, informative, convicting, and yes, hope giving.  There’s no doubt that we live in a very divided...

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Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part three

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part three

  This is our third week in our blog series on race and Christianity. As a church we want to be better informed about a deep sin issue that has stained our history and continues to exist today. In this series we wanted to put some good content in front of you to...

read more
Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part two

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part two

  Today is part two of our blog series on race and Christianity. Our history has been deeply stained by racism. It’s a sin issue of our past and the present and it’s on us to develop a better understanding of its roots and repercussions. Our goal through this...

read more
Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part one

Reflections on Race and Christianity: Part one

  Race can certainly be a hot and controversial topic. To some it is a topic that can’t be escaped because of the color of their skin. To others it feels like walking through a minefield, not knowing where to step or what to say in the fear of miss stepping, so...

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Volunteer Highlight | Laura Suttles

Volunteer Highlight | Laura Suttles

  Laura Suttles has been serving with middle school students at Veritas for the past year and has made a big impact in the lives of the students she gets to lead each week. The girls she leads have helped her grow in her own faith and love toward God, and we're...

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2 Thessalonians Kick Off

2 Thessalonians Kick Off

  This coming Sunday, January 26th, we will be starting our new book study through 2 Thessalonians. This is a short three chapter book that we will be spending seven weeks in. The believers in Thessalonica were a religious minority facing violent persecution. In...

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Enhancing Your Bible Reading

Enhancing Your Bible Reading

 “Keep pedaling! Keep pedaling! Don’t stop!” Those words sound familiar to anyone who has attempted to learn to ride a bike or helped someone else learn. Unfortunately, some kids stop pedaling because no one ever tells them that continuous pedaling keeps them...

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Why do we read God’s Word?

Why do we read God’s Word?

  “I rejoice in following your statutes as one rejoices in great riches. I meditate on your precepts and consider your ways. I delight in your decrees; I will not neglect your word.”  Psalm 119:14-16 NIV We often come to January with the best of intentions. As...

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Bible Reading Plan

Bible Reading Plan

  In the coming weeks, we will be taking a close look at Psalm 119 as a church.  It is the longest of all the psalms, and it is all about the preciousness and importance of God’s Word.  The purpose and goal of looking at this psalm at the beginning of a brand new...

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Joy Despite Death

Joy Despite Death

  Joy despite death, it almost sounds like a glib idea—don't worry, be happy. Just celebrate, at least they're in a better place. For many, death still has a sting, it carries a powerful weight, stealing joy, and instilling fear.  This is exactly why we're doing...

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Joy Despite Hardship

Joy Despite Hardship

  As Jake preached this past Sunday’s message titled, Joy Despite Hardship, I came away feeling like I don’t usually feel much joy in the hardships I've faced even though I am a follower of Christ. I want to have more joy in future hardships than I have in the...

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Joy Despite Guilt

Joy Despite Guilt

  Guilt: a feeling of having done wrong or failed in an obligation; the fact of having committed a specified or implied offense or crime. Who would’ve thought that in an Advent series, a time of great anticipation and Christmas cheer, that we would be talking...

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Restoration of Joy

Restoration of Joy

  Joy. Such a little word that carries the weight of so much expectation. This week Jake introduced our Advent series, Joy to the World, unpacking what joy is and where it comes from. Over the next few weeks, we're going to invite you into the personal processing...

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Culture of Gratitude

Culture of Gratitude

  Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and maybe you’ve noticed, as I have, that around the holidays, people tend to be a lot more thankful. We hear people being thankful for their jobs, their family, their home, their friends, and a bunch of other really...

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The Bible and Money this Christmas Season

The Bible and Money this Christmas Season

  Talking about money and finances as we approach the Christmas season can be awkward. No one really wants to have that conversation. Culture tells us that material things are what this season is really about.  The world tells us that the money in my checking...

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Baptism | A Live Documentary About a Victorious Hero

Baptism | A Live Documentary About a Victorious Hero

  A documentary about death is not a film I usually long to see. Enough pain and death exist in the world to prevent me from carving into my budget and time to focus my attention on even more. On the other hand, a documentary about life…well, pop the popcorn...

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From Marital Miss Toward Marital Bliss

From Marital Miss Toward Marital Bliss

  Forgiveness isn’t fair.I think that sums up the concept of forgiveness in human terms pretty well. Someone has done something to me or someone I love that wasn’t right. Then, when they ask for forgiveness, I am called to forgive them. Can I punch them first,...

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Let’s Talk Fertilizer

Let’s Talk Fertilizer

  A few weeks ago we considered the Anniversary Tree as a metaphor for marriage. As you can imagine, for one to live long, it needs care and nurturing. This week, let us consider how to nurture that tree to ensure longevity and health by the use of a very...

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Commitment in Marriage

Commitment in Marriage

  I  married a United States Marine – Oorah! God blessed me with a man who came pre-programed with the virtues of honor, courage, and commitment. Brady and I had a head start…. But we needed “the spirit of determination and dedication” that embodies a marine’s...

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Growing Your Marriage

Growing Your Marriage

  It was given to us on our 25th Anniversary. That was 21 years ago. The tree was of the decorative variety. It was small and was to have a life span of around 5 years. 21 years later it is hardy, over 25 feet tall, spreading, shedding limbs and bark, ugly, and...

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