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The Security of Benefits

Many people seek employment that promises benefits. They are looking for security they believe comes from having an employer that provides for their needs. It is not only important to them that they are employed by someone they can trust to give them their due for the hours they work, but they also look for the benefits of insurance, retirement and other bonuses. These ben...

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Changes to Expect in Our Worship Together

A couple of weeks ago I received a letter from my bank informing me of a new debit card they would be sending me. The letter was helpful for me to anticipate those changes that would directly affect me in my spending practices each week. I am writing you to inform you of some changes in our worship together that will begin January 1, 2017. It is my hope that you will antic...

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Listen Up, How to Hear Sermons

A review of a booklet Listen Up!, A Practical Guide to Listening to Sermons, by Christopher Ash. I believe your investment in this booklet will enable you to practice the art of listening to sermons in your participatory worship. ...

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Joy to the World

Watch video as Pastor Dinkins and Wilkerson discuss the Christmas Hymn: Joy to the World. Click here....

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Emmanuel: God With Us

Watch video as Pastor Dinkins and Wilkerson discuss Emmanuel: God With Us. Click here....

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The Sacrament of Baptism in Worship

Reserve the Date Biblical Worship, Equipping the Church for It's Service to GodFriday January 20 - Saturday 21, 2017The Sacrament of Baptism in Worship Christ Church is hosting a series of annual conferences that examine Biblical Worship. It is our desire to offer conferences that equip the church for it’s service to God in corporate worship. Our first conference i...

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Grace for Trials

Maybe at some time you have asked this age old philosophical question, “If God is good and all powerful, why does he allow his creatures to suffer?” Or maybe you have asked it another way, “God, why is this happening to me?” If you have not asked this question in this personal way, or pondered it in this philosophical manner, you’re either not...

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Reading the Bible Devotionally

Someone recently asked me, “My father is interested in reading a devotional book. Do you have any suggestions about what devotional book I should get him?” Here was my suggestion. Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon is a classic and always good, and a gift I often give to others. New Morning Mercies by Paul Tripp is a newer and gospel oriented devotion t...

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Glorifying By Enjoying

Loving God and, in, from and through him, our neighbor is the progression of justification and union in Christ that bespeaks of communion with God. Yesterday my wife was caring for our 96 year old blind and hard of hearing neighbor. She prepared his small dish from Lizards Thicket and his Coke. She helped him to the table and then went about some other duties. When she pa...

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"Never Give Up"

Winston Churchill is often quoted as famously saying in a commencement speech, "Never give up, never give up, never give up,” and then sat down? What he actually said in October of 1941 at the Harrow School in England was, "Never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never-in nothing, great or small, large or petty - never give in except to convictions of hono...

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