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The Kingdom Without The King

Posted by Pastor Ellis White on

Last week I heard the story of an English pastor who arrived in LA to plant a church. During his first week, he went to a bar to try to get an idea of what local culture was like. While there he ended up chatting to a group of three he had never met before. They were chatting away for 20 minutes...

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Death and Life: Ash Wednesday and Communion

Posted by Pastor Megan Hackman on

One particular Tuesday in 1995 ruined my love for moon pies. I had loved them as a child. I was raised where moon pies are the local fan favorite, much like Tillamook ice-cream. They’re the perfect combo of chocolate, marshmallow and soft cookie yumminess. But then that fateful Tuesday...

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Learning Redemption from Cambodian Hope Organization

Posted by Ryan Palmer on

Hello Church Family, A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity and privilege to travel to Cambodia to connect with our mission partners from the Cambodian Hope Organization. Since this was going to be my first trip to Cambodia I was excited to learn and witness all the ways God is already at work...

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Something’s stirring!

Posted by Pastor Mark Toone on

I’m not sure why, but this weekend we will host one of the largest First Step classes in many years. First Step is our membership class. We call it that because we truly see it as a “first step” in our journey of disciple-making. It is pretty simple. We will meet at noon in the...

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Every Journey Begins Somewhere

Posted by Pastor Larry Hackman on

It seems like too much of a truism to have to be said, but I’ll say it anyway: every journey begins somewhere. There’s not a road trip, hike, or even a story, that didn’t begin somewhere, sometime. Despite this seeming as obvious as the eyes in your head, sometimes it’s...

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