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Our 2016 Theme: Lifting Up the King

Under questioning by Pilate, Jesus acknowledged what heaven already knew: “You say correctly that I am a king” (John 18:37).  Revelation 19:16 would later describe Jesus as “King of Kings.”  Our king was lifted up on a cross.  He was lifted up from the grave.  He was lifted up to the right hand of the Father.  Now He is lifted up in His church.  Join us in 2016 as we strive to follow Jesus Christ, “Lifting up the King!”

Latest Church Blog Posts

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Who is Your “Bestie”?

This week’s church blog post is shared by Sue Wyatt… I’m not sure if “bestie” is the terminology of the youth right now, but I know it used to be and I know they will know what I mean by “bestie”. Bestie is the term for best friend. My bestie has a door that is […]

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Contentment

This week’s church blog post is shared by Kim Dismuke… Contentment 1 Timothy 6:6-8 Contentment and man are NOT synonymous . We live in a world that shows us this daily. Is your house Big enough? It was until you met the Jones’. What about your car, that used to be a means to get you […]

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You Will Understand Later

This week’s blog post is shared by Becky Traywick… Yesterday’s evening sermon, by Tim Alsup, was directed to a life of contentment and what that life would look like according to the Word. There have been times in my life where I have begged God to show or explain His purpose for allowing or not […]

Recent Sermons

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PM – Writing to the Thessalonians

Paul was worried about the Thessalonians, so he wrote them a letter of encouragement. He focuses on one particular aspect of Christian encouragement, which should affect our daily living in a variety of ways…

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AM – Lifting Up the King…in Thessalonica

We are following Paul through the major cities of his second missionary journey. His stop in Thessalonica teaches us a lot about his mindset and his message. What do we learn?