Inked: Baptism

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On July 3, Pastor Ryan will begin a two-week series, Inked: Communion and Baptism.

When the Gospel writers inked the words of Jesus onto their scrolls, they gave us two permanent sacraments that followers of Jesus would practice for all time, Communion and Baptism.

We will discover why Communion and Baptism are powerful means of grace, ways we receive God’s grace into our lives that touch us in a deeply moving ways. They are dramatizations of the meaning of life, outward signs of an inward grace, and they remind us of what God wants to do in our lives.

Join us July 3 and 10 for Inked: Communion and Baptism.

Inked: Communion

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On July 3, Pastor Ryan will begin a two-week series, Inked: Communion and Baptism.

When the Gospel writers inked the words of Jesus onto their scrolls, they gave us two permanent sacraments that followers of Jesus would practice for all time, Communion and Baptism.

We will discover why Communion and Baptism are powerful means of grace, ways we receive God’s grace into our lives that touch us in a deeply moving ways. They are dramatizations of the meaning of life, outward signs of an inward grace, and they remind us of what God wants to do in our lives.

Join us July 3 and 10 for Inked: Communion and Baptism.

Road Trip Josh Scott

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Every week, you’ll see guest speakers from around the country share what they are passionate about.

June 5 | Rev. Bill Schnell
June 12 | Aaron Strietzel
June 19 | Matt and Jackie LeFevers
June 26 | Josh Scott

Take a virtual road trip this summer, because this Road Trip is cheaper than buying gas!

Road Trip Matt and Jackie LeFevers

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Every week, you’ll see guest speakers from around the country share what they are passionate about.

June 5 | Rev. Bill Schnell
June 12 | Aaron Strietzel
June 19 | Matt and Jackie LeFevers
June 26 | Josh Scott

Take a virtual road trip this summer, because this Road Trip is cheaper than buying gas!

Road Trip Aaron Strietzel

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Every week, you’ll see guest speakers from around the country share what they are passionate about.

June 5 | Rev. Bill Schnell
June 12 | Aaron Strietzel
June 19 | Matt and Jackie LeFevers
June 26 | Josh Scott

Take a virtual road trip this summer, because this Road Trip is cheaper than buying gas!

Road Trip Rev. Bill Schnell

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Every week, you’ll see guest speakers from around the country share what they are passionate about.

June 5 | Rev. Bill Schnell
June 12 | Aaron Strietzel
June 19 | Matt and Jackie LeFevers
June 26 | Josh Scott

Take a virtual road trip this summer, because this Road Trip is cheaper than buying gas!

The Family Tree: Nondenominational Christians

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We live in a divided world and in a time in which Christians are divided every bit as much. We could benefit by learning more about each other, as understanding the various branches of Christianity would help to bring our world closer together.

Perhaps most importantly, being exposed to different expressions of our faith could revolutionize your spiritual life.

For example, those who struggle with the concept of an eternal, fiery hell have found a completely new view of God and of the afterlife by learning about Orthodox Christianity. There is something revolutionary to learn about each major branch of Christianity, so we will not critique various denominations, but we will instead seek to learn and gain from them.

It may be that the most impactful experience in your spiritual journey could be discovering how our spiritual ancestors wrestled with, and answered, the major questions they faced.

In this series, we will explore the major branches of Christianity over the centuries in order to learn about them and also to grow in our own spiritual lives.

Sermon Titles
April 24 | Catholics
May 1 | Orthodox
May 8 | Anglicans and Methodists
May 15 | Lutherans and Presbyterians
May 22 | Baptists, Anabaptists, and Pentecostals
May 29 | Nondenominational Christians

A brand new sermon series, The Family Tree: The Denominations of Christianity begins April 24.

The Family Tree: Baptists, Anabaptists, and Pentecostals

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We live in a divided world and in a time in which Christians are divided every bit as much. We could benefit by learning more about each other, as understanding the various branches of Christianity would help to bring our world closer together.

Perhaps most importantly, being exposed to different expressions of our faith could revolutionize your spiritual life.

For example, those who struggle with the concept of an eternal, fiery hell have found a completely new view of God and of the afterlife by learning about Orthodox Christianity. There is something revolutionary to learn about each major branch of Christianity, so we will not critique various denominations, but we will instead seek to learn and gain from them.

It may be that the most impactful experience in your spiritual journey could be discovering how our spiritual ancestors wrestled with, and answered, the major questions they faced.

In this series, we will explore the major branches of Christianity over the centuries in order to learn about them and also to grow in our own spiritual lives.

Sermon Titles
April 24 | Catholics
May 1 | Orthodox
May 8 | Anglicans and Methodists
May 15 | Lutherans and Presbyterians
May 22 | Baptists, Anabaptists, and Pentecostals
May 29 | Nondenominational Christians

A brand new sermon series, The Family Tree: The Denominations of Christianity begins April 24.

The Family Tree: Lutherans and Presbyterians

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We live in a divided world and in a time in which Christians are divided every bit as much. We could benefit by learning more about each other, as understanding the various branches of Christianity would help to bring our world closer together.

Perhaps most importantly, being exposed to different expressions of our faith could revolutionize your spiritual life.

For example, those who struggle with the concept of an eternal, fiery hell have found a completely new view of God and of the afterlife by learning about Orthodox Christianity. There is something revolutionary to learn about each major branch of Christianity, so we will not critique various denominations, but we will instead seek to learn and gain from them.

It may be that the most impactful experience in your spiritual journey could be discovering how our spiritual ancestors wrestled with, and answered, the major questions they faced.

In this series, we will explore the major branches of Christianity over the centuries in order to learn about them and also to grow in our own spiritual lives.

Sermon Titles
April 24 | Catholics
May 1 | Orthodox
May 8 | Anglicans and Methodists
May 15 | Lutherans and Presbyterians
May 22 | Baptists, Anabaptists, and Pentecostals
May 29 | Nondenominational Christians

A brand new sermon series, The Family Tree: The Denominations of Christianity begins April 24.

The Family Tree: Anglicans and Methodists

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We live in a divided world and in a time in which Christians are divided every bit as much. We could benefit by learning more about each other, as understanding the various branches of Christianity would help to bring our world closer together.

Perhaps most importantly, being exposed to different expressions of our faith could revolutionize your spiritual life.

For example, those who struggle with the concept of an eternal, fiery hell have found a completely new view of God and of the afterlife by learning about Orthodox Christianity. There is something revolutionary to learn about each major branch of Christianity, so we will not critique various denominations, but we will instead seek to learn and gain from them.

It may be that the most impactful experience in your spiritual journey could be discovering how our spiritual ancestors wrestled with, and answered, the major questions they faced.

In this series, we will explore the major branches of Christianity over the centuries in order to learn about them and also to grow in our own spiritual lives.

Sermon Titles
April 24 | Catholics
May 1 | Orthodox
May 8 | Anglicans and Methodists
May 15 | Lutherans and Presbyterians
May 22 | Baptists, Anabaptists, and Pentecostals
May 29 | Nondenominational Christians

A brand new sermon series, The Family Tree: The Denominations of Christianity begins April 24.

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