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Pastor Post - July 28, 2021

It was such a blessing to get away with my bride to the mountains for a few days to catch our breath amid a busy season of ministry. I am so thankful for my dear friend, Darrell Thomsen, bringing a special word on1 Thessalonians 5:16-18. It is one of my favorite passages, and one I encourage people to commit to memory. "Rejoice alwayspray without ceasinggive thanks in allc...

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Pastor Post - July 21, 2021

How wonderful it has been this weekseeing all these precious children laughing and learning about Jesus on our churchcampus! VBS is such a sweet and strategic event on our annual church calendar, and we praise God that we were able to have it again this year. I am so thankful for Wilson,Colette Dolen, and all our workers, who served with such joy and dedication! Pray that ...

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Pastor Post - July 14, 2021

This Sunday we will look at Ephesians 2:11-22. The title of the message is "One In Christ." Here Paul delves into one of themajor themes of Ephesians, the unity of the Body of Christ. I am loving this series. God drew me toEphesians many years ago, and it has been wonderful to dig into it afresh and anew with you all, my sweet church family. One person who has served our...

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Pastor Post - July 7, 2021

This Sunday we will look at one of the greatest texts in the New Testament, Ephesians 2:1-10, "From Death To Life." I can't wait to unpack it with you! Pray for our Mission Fuge campers this week. We have 39 students and 8 adults that are at North Greenville University, in South Carolina. God can use this week in mighty ways. Pray that many of our students will look back...

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Pastor Post - June 30, 2021

This week as we continue in our new series, Ephesians: Becoming Who We Are, we'll dive into one of the great prayers of theApostle Paul, in Ephesians 1:15-23, and see "How Your Prayers Impact Your Church." In verses 3-14, Paul tells us about ourblessings. In verses 15-23, he is praying that God would open our eyes to see thoseblessings and grasp them and put them into pra...

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Pastor Post - June 23, 2021

It is great to be off and running in our new series in Ephesians. This week we will look at Ephesians 1:9-14, and talk about "Signs Of Present AndFuture Glory." As you read over this massively encouraging text, look for the images Paul gives us. A plananinheritancea seala down payment. What do these images communicate about the present and the future? It was wonderful to...

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Pastor Post - June 16, 2021

This week we'll begin a new study onEphesians, as we look at Ephesians 1:1-10, which tells us about "A Cascade OfBlessings." I'm super excited about this study. It's been six or seven years since our church has studied Ephesians, and it's such an important book that I felt led for us to walk through it with fresh eyes and perspective. (By the way, when I am preaching a bo...

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Pastor Post - June 9, 2021

This week we welcome someone we dearly love to our services, as Nashaat will be with us. You'll want to be with us, as he shares in both services about his recent trips. Due to the pandemic, it has been a longer than usual time since Nashaat has been with with us, and so this will be a wonderfulopportunity to catch up on what's been happening in his life and ministry. And...

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Pastor Post - June 2, 2021

This Sunday we will honor our 2021 graduates. Just think about how different the experience has been for this year's grads: They'vepersevered through a pandemic and all the protocols and restrictions that have come with it. Sunday is an opportunity to recognize them and give thanks to God for sustaining them through it all. Graduates, congratulations on a significant accom...

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Pastor Post - May 26, 2021

This Sunday our journey through Isaiahconcludes with a look at Isaiah 66, where we are presented with a choice: "Final Judgment or Future Joy?" What a conclusion Isaiah has, as he sets before us two starkly contrasting results, based on the choice we make now. Right now countsforever. We can choose the way of falseworship or the way of true worship. The way of true worshi...

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