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Learning to Trust God in Our Suffering

August 15, 2015 | by: Chris Francis | 0 Comments

January 15, 2013 At our last gathering, we talked about suffering and how our prayer is that we would learn to trust God to use them for our good and for His glory. In the middle of the sermon, we showed a video clip from a message by Francis Chan. Since last Sunday, more people have commented on and asked about that video clip than the sermon (n... Keep Reading

April 2, 2013 This past Sunday -- Easter Sunday -- we talked about the resurrection and how if we believe it, then we should be living like we believe it. And I referenced a marriage story that I was sent a year ago by a good friend. It's powerful. Watch it: The Story of Ian and Larissa.... Keep Reading

June 23, 2015 "There is no greater coward than a criminal who enters a house of God and slaughters innocent people engaged in the study of Scripture." So said NAACP President and CEO Cornell William Brooks, condemning Wednesday night's shooting in Charleston, South Carolina. Emmanuel AME Church, the scene of the attack, is historically African-Am... Keep Reading

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Why So Many Bible Translations

July 11, 2015 | by: Pastor Rigo Mercado | 0 Comments

  June 10, 2015 Have you ever wondered why there are so many Bible translations out there? We hear Christians say I read the New Kings James, another says I read the New International Version, and still another says the Message translation is the best. Why so many translations? The Bible was originally written in three languages. The Old Te... Keep Reading

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