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Hope in Dark Times

What does a transformed people and a transformed city really look like? We'd say it looks like Jerry and Terrance.

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    God in the Dark

    Sunday night, our family dusted off an old Advent devotional from the IBC Children’s Ministry. Following its instructions, we turned off all the lights, gathered around one candle at our kitchen table, and contemplated its meaning.

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    A good look at our history can be best told through the story, “Surprised and Grateful” from our monthly magazine, Chatter.

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    The Peaceable Kingdom

    ​Last Sunday I had the privilege of preaching what I consider the Apostle Paul’s greatest formulation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, 2 Corinthians 5:14-21.

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    Not So With You

    Christianity is not merely a set of ideas to agree to, but a whole new life to be lived in the power of the Spirit and in the fellowship of the saints.

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    Laughing in the Dark

    At yesterday’s Big Brunch for Small Groups, the topic was fun. We talked about the importance of having fun at small group, we developed a theology of fun, and we shared ideas for small group celebrations.

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    Passing the Peace

    Everyone remembers his or her first kiss. For some it was smooth and flawless, but for most of us it was extremely awkward.