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The Gospel

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“‘The time has come,’ he said. ‘The kingdom of God is near. Repent and believe the good news!’” (Mark 1:15) When Jesus spoke these words, He made it clear they were rooted in redemptive history (“The time …”), He made it clear something was about to happen (“… is near ...

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Tags: beginning faith, by faith, paul, romans, the gospel, righteosness revealed, before faith

Summer Bible Study: Genesis 1-11

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Genesis means “beginnings.” This title is derived from the opening line of the book, which is the opening statement of the whole Bible: “In the beginning…”

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How Do I FOLLOW for the Long Haul?

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The mission statement of our church comes directly from Matthew 28:18, where Jesus calls us to “make disciples.” In the context that Jesus first uttered this command, it was a radical statement. No one made disciples.

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Where Will FOLLOWING Lead?

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In this series we will look at the Gospel of John through the framework John offers his readers in John 20:30-31: “Jesus did many other miraculous signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book. But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the ...

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Tags: easter, john, signs of life, where will following lead

Why FOLLOW?

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We start our new year with an old question: “Why?” Why follow Jesus? With so many options to choose from concerning what we may follow in life, why choose to follow Jesus? The book of Ephesians lays out a compelling case for why following Jesus is the only appropriate response to God’s ...

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Glimpses of the Manger

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In Scripture we see that part of God’s nature is that He is self-disclosing or self-revealing. God longs not only to know His creation but for His creation to know Him. Advent anticipates and celebrates God’s full self-revelation in Jesus. Throughout Scripture, God reveals glimpses of His ...

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How Do I FOLLOW?

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As we learned in Mark 10:52, a disciple is someone who follows Jesus. The Gospel of Mark helped us answer the question, "Who am I following?" We will now ask and answer the second question of discipleship, “How do I follow?” The Bible’s blueprint for how a disciple is made can be summarized ...

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Who Am I FOLLOWing?

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The mission of the Williamsburg Community Chapel is to make disciples. Simply put, a disciple is someone who follows Jesus. Natural questions that arise from such a declaration are, "Who is this person that I am following? What is He like? Is He worthy of my life?"

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Summer Bible Study: Judges

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Judges gives us the picture of a community that attempts to lay its own foundation apart from Jesus: foundations of control, comfort, greed, self-reliance and subjective morality.

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Going to Galatia

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Over the next seven weeks we will study the book of Galatians. Galatians is famous for its beautifully crafted statements on the message and meaning of the Gospel, and from it we can also learn about the life of its author, Paul...

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Tags: going to galatia, galatians, paul

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