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Posted by Randy Wade on

He who knew no sin became sin for us so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. — 2 Corinthians 5:21 In the message on Sunday, we learned of a thing called penal substitutionary atonement. Although it sounds complicated, it simply means that Jesus took the punishment you and...

Our Deepest Need

Posted by Kyle Kelley on

The weeks leading up to Easter always have a fun feel. There is more sunshine, spring weather, and a sense of hope in the air as things begin to grow and awaken. In our new series, [Un]expected, we look at Isaiah 53. Although we know it is a prophecy about the Messiah from nearly 700 years...

I Am the Bread of Life

Posted by Ryan Castle on

When they found him on the other side of the sea, they said to him, “Rabbi, when did you come here?” Jesus answered them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, you are seeking me, not because you saw signs, but because you ate your fill of the loaves. Do...

As Trees

Posted by Shelli Ragle on

Let the Master Gardener do his work. Let him prune you, and let him rain down on you so you may be strengthened and so you will grow ever closer to him who lives in the heavens. Let the Son shine brightly on your foliage. Feel his warmth. And may the fruit you bear be the satisfaction of those...


Posted by Jerrod McDaniel on

People are afraid of a lot of things. And by people, I mean me. I am afraid of a lot of things. There are the popular choices, of course, like fear of dying, fear of heights, fear of Mongolian death worms. (Okay, maybe not that last one.) But of all common anxieties, I think the one that tends...

What Isaiah Saw

Posted by Pat Cooper on

Among the prophets of old, Isaiah is perhaps the most beloved and for good reason. If you will, allow your imagination a moment to drift back about 27 centuries with me. You are standing in the man of God’s chambers, peering over his shoulder as he dips his well-used quill in the ink tank...

Is Your Name a Gift or a Problem?

Posted by Andrew Knight on

His name was Mavuto. I met him the first year I attended Camp Life in Zambia in 2009. Like so many of the children at camp, he was quiet, a bit withdrawn, and blended in with the hundreds of other children who were at camp that week. But since he was in my small group of 10 boys, I had the...

The Right Name

Posted by Pat Cooper on

But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ. — Ephesians 2:4–5 Before his up-front and personal encounter with Jesus on the Damascus road...

We Have Help

Posted by Steve Glenn on

A man was out of town on a business trip. As he was coming back to his hotel after eating dinner, he saw a baseball field where there was a little league game going on, so he decided he would go over and watch some of the action. As he got to the field, he noticed the players going into their...


Posted by Rebecca Spence on

Have you ever known someone who changed their name? It comes in many forms. Perhaps someone asked you to call them by their nickname, an honor signifying friendship and affection. Though unspoken, in the request is an extension of love and deepening trust. Perhaps they changed their name...

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