Author: Chad Porter

  • What a rich time of celebrating our risen King together this past Sunday. Though we can’t be together in person due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the gift of joining our voices, minds, and hearts each week is surely one evidence of God’s grace to us during these shifting times. As you may have noticed,…

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  • This week, as part of our Good Friday and Easter Sunday services, we will once again partake in Communion (also called the Lord’s Supper or the Eucharist) together. As we prepare our hearts for this time of worship, let’s think about why we observe this ancient Christian rite: We Remember The first thing we’re doing…

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  • Central to Psalm 46 (our sermon text from yesterday), is the call of v. 10, “Be still, and know that I am God.” The incomparably powerful presence of God with us should cause us to be still — even in the midst of the most chaotic of circumstances. But how can we do that? What…

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  • What a string of events these past few weeks have brought us. We are praying for each of you, for your City Group, and for our church as a whole as we navigate these unprecedented times. Now more than ever we want to be clear, supportive, and constant in our communication. To this end, we…

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  • As the new year dawns, you may be looking for more intentional and structured ways to guide your regular reading Scripture in 2020. If that’s you, I wanted to provide a few links to some resources you may want to check out: Read Scripture App (iOS/Android) This smartphone app combines short videos from The Bible…

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