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COVID Update – April 2021

I would like to take a moment to update you, on behalf of the elders, regarding our approach to COVID. There have been court decisions, political maneuvers, cowardly censorship, obfuscation by the CDC, and of course, more media spin. But for us, in short, nothing’s changed. That is, we continue our same approach of “smart […]

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The Rebel Yell of the Ten Commandments – Exodus 20

Our familiarity with the Ten Commandments – at least Christians – shrouds the fact that it was a “bombshell” when it was first “published”. By the time of Moses, man had devolved from monotheism (one God) to polytheism (many gods). So the book of Genesis was a shout and shot of rebellion against the times: […]

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Daddy, Do It Again!

Introduction This past week we began a new facet of worship, one that is quite ancient among the people of God: having our children join us for Communion. I say that this is an ancient practice among the people of God, because of Exodus 12:25-27: Exodus 12:25–27 (ESV): 25 And when you come to the land […]

God With Us, in Our Abominable Dirt – Matthew 1

Matthew’s genealogy contains more than meets the eye. Why, for instance, in verse 1, does Matthew refer to Jesus as being the son of Abraham, and David, out of all the people in Jesus’ line? ’Cause Sin We can conclude, for one, that it’s because of sin and suffering. This theme runs through the chapter. […]