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Pastor Post - October 12, 2022

This Sunday we will be looking at one of the most compelling stories in the Bible, as we look at 1 Samuel 17 and look at the story of David and Goliath. I am calling this message, "Run To The Battle." When we look at familiar stories like this, there is a danger: The story can become overlyfamiliar to us. We can slip into the trap of thinking we know all there is to know ...

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Pastor Post - October 5, 2022

It was great to get a new Fall series kicked off this past Sunday. In David: After God's Own Heart, we will be looking at one of the central lives in the story of the Bible. David was not only a king, but the writer of many of the most beloved Psalms, and from his seed would come our Savior and the King of kings, Jesus. On top of all that, David's life is utterly fascinat...

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Pastor Post - September 28, 2022

I want to thank you all for praying for meduring my recent trip to the Middle East. We were able to visit a place where no Trustee has ever visited, and where basically no one could visit until the past few years. What God isdoing there is amazing! This nation is opening to the rest of the world, and God is opening hearts to the gospel. And you are a huge part of it, throu...

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Pastor Post - September 21, 2022

Thanks so much for your prayers during my trip. It was wonderful and there is much to share on Sunday! What God is doing around the world in some of the hardest places is truly amazing, and our IMB workers never cease to inspire me. I'm excited to be back with you this Sunday, as we finish our study of Joseph: God Meant It For Good. This Sunday, as we wrap up our study w...

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Pastor Post - September 14, 2022

By the time you read this, I will be in theMiddle East, visiting with some of our churches' workers. Please hold me up inprayer during these days, that God would make this trip especially fruitful. Pray forlogistics, travel, and most of all for the Holy Spirit to work in and through me to bless and encourage our workers, and learn about the great things God is doing throug...

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Pastor Post - September 7, 2022

This Sunday, as we continue in our study of the life of Joseph, we will look atGenesis 44:1-45:15. The title of the message is, "Oh, What God Can Do!" In many ways, this is the climactic moment of the story. This is where it has all been leading. You won't want to miss this Sunday! Our Fall schedule kicked off this Wednesday night, with AWANA, Student Midweek, and a disc...

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Pastor Post - August 31, 2022

This Sunday, as we continue in our study of the life of Joseph, God Meant It For Good, we will look at Genesis 42-43 and think together about "The Beauty Of Reconciliation." In chapters 42 and 43, Joseph and his brothers see each other for the first time in many, many years. But we know that a family reunion is not the same thing as a family reconciliation.Joseph wants mo...

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Pastor Post - August 16, 2022

This Sunday, as we continue our series onJoseph, we will be in Genesis 40, talking about "When Waiting Is Hard." For a while, it seemed like Joseph's life was on hold. Sometimes our lives feel like that. Those times can be discouragingyet God's timing is perfect. Read over Genesis 40, come prayed up, and let's dig into it on Sunday. If you have missed these first couple ...

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Pastor Post - August 10, 2022

This Sunday we will continue in our new series, based on the life of Joseph. We'll be in Genesis 39, talking about "Dealing With Life's Detours." Sometimes we all feel like life has thrown us a curveball. We feel like we are on a detoursomething that just doesn't fit with how we had our life mapped out. That was certainly the case with Joseph. As we will see inchapter 39...

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Pastor Post - June 8, 2022

Aloha from Hawaii! It has been great to kick off our Sabbatical by visiting this beautiful place for the first time. Being with Melissa and our girls, taking in the breathtaking nature of these islandswe've made some lasting memories here already. One of the most inspiring things for me was visiting Pearl Harbor, where almost 2500Americans died on December 7, 1941. It wa...

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