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Memories and Lessons from 9/11

Pastor Kevin reflects on 9/11 and suggests six lessons we should contemplate on the 20-year anniversary of this significant event.

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Humble Heretics

A litmus test for Christians is how we relate to those who disagree with us.  Throughout church history, millions of martyrs have been burned at the stake as a result of their “heretical” belief.  But it is telling that in … Continue reading

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Carlill Memorial Service

A memorial service for Dianne Mae Scheresky Carlill will be held today, August 28, at 2:30pm. Download the Program

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Mere Adventism

If we were to boil down the Adventist message to its core, what would it be?  Join us this week as we examine this question together.

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True Truth

Is truth absolute or is it relative?  What role does the Bible play in this?  How should we interact with others in a pluralistic age?  Join us this week as we discuss these questions and examine how Jesus interacted with … Continue reading

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The Power Paradox, Part 5

This week, Pastor Kevin concludes the “Power Paradox” series with another controversial and misunderstood scriptural text.  It says women are to keep silent according to the law.  What law?  Understanding that from a historical perspective can drastically alter the way … Continue reading

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The Power Paradox, Part 4

In Timothy 2:12 Paul says, “I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet.” What in the world does that mean? The context and translation really matter here. The Greek … Continue reading

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Remembering: The Door to Rest

Rest beckons us—a good night’s sleep at the end of a busy day, Sabbath rest at the end of a chaotic week, a vacation, and, ultimately, eternal rest in heaven.  Jesus invites us to participate in heavenly rest starting here … Continue reading

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The Power Paradox, Part 3

This week, Pastor Kevin is looking at a controversial and misunderstood Bible text from 1 Corinthians 11.  This text can be difficult to understand with western eyes in the 21st century.  But, when viewed in the context, language, and culture … Continue reading

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The Power Paradox, Part 2

Pastor Kevin continues his series titled “The Power Paradox.”  This week he looks at a misunderstood text, Ephesians 5:22, that tells women to submit to their husbands.  What does that mean?  How does it apply to us today?  Join us … Continue reading

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