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Kingdom Come

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The Gospel writers make it clear that Jesus is the promised King of the Old Testament. In Jesus’ day, there were many different ideas of how this promised King would come and what He would be like, but the Gospel of Matthew makes it clear that the ultimate and perfect fulfillment of these...

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Kingdom Values

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This fall we will be studying Jesus’ first teachings on the kingdom of God in the Gospel of Matthew. It is a section of Scripture we call the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus described God’s kingdom as one that stands in contrast to the world.

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Summer Bible Study: Minor Prophets

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God's people have always needed truth tellers. God's people have always needed stern calls to repentance. God's people have always needed reminders of God's faithfulness to the very end of the age. In the Old Testament, God provided prophets to meet these needs. One could summarize the work of...

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Serving a Movement

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In this series, we will examine Jesus' movement through the church in the book of Acts. Our study will offer us an opportunity to discern the role He is asking us, both as individuals and as a church family, to play in His movement today. From the birth of the church on the day of Pentecost in...

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A Catalyst for Movement

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Prayer is a virtually universal human behavior. Prayer fulfills a desire within us all to connect with something larger than ourselves. Prayer gives us access to the wisdom of the Almighty. Prayer offers a place to whisper what we dare not tell another soul or in frustration to cry out before God.

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Tags: a catalyst for movement, easter, good friday, lent, prayer

Obstacles to Movement

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It often seems that something is just not working when it comes to our discipleship journey. When our desire to continue moving toward Jesus is strong, but our actual movement is stunted, we may have hit an obstacle on our discipleship journey. When obstacles lie in our path, we can feel stuck...

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The Movement of God

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In Colossians 1:15 we read that Jesus “is the image of the invisible God...” The season of Advent celebrates God's unmatched pursuit of reconciliation with man by becoming man. Theologians refer to this event as “the incarnation.” While this may not be a word we use often, the process by which...

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The Vehicle for God's Movement

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In Matthew 16:18, Jesus declares, "...I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." What is the nature and character of the church Jesus founded? The New Testament offers three pictures of the church in order to grasp the depth of what Jesus intended to build: the...

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The Movement of God's People

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In the fall of 1976, God moved in the lives of two couples from the local college community to launch Williamsburg Community Fellowship. The church met in a small home, the children’s ministry in a neighboring house. Each Sunday morning, folding chairs replaced furniture. Each Sunday afternoon...

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Summer Bible Study: Letters from Paul

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In the middle of the first century there was a man named Saul who lived out a radically transformed life. He was the chief persecutor of the church who became the chief architect for the proliferation of the church. He sought righteousness through his own good works, yet began to teach that...

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