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The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper, also called Holy Communion and sometimes the Eucharist, is one of two sacraments in our Christian denomination, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC), and in the Reformed tradition in general. In this sacrament, Christians partake of the bread and the cup, commemorating the death of Jesus Christ and celebrating the new covenant relationship […]

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Baptism

Baptism is a once-in-a-lifetime sign and seal of God’s covenant of grace, and it’s a significant moment in the life of every believer and their children. It’s one of two sacraments in our Christian denomination, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). If you’re interested in baptism for yourself or your child, fill out one of the […]

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Call it what it is: wicked!

  I think he’s bitten off more than he can chew. I certainly hope so. If Vladimir Putin was hoping for a quick capitulation by the Ukrainian people, he is surely disappointed. Though outmanned and outgunned, the Ukrainians have risen up in defense of their country in what can only be described as heroic. Putin underestimated the […]

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What are you giving up for Lent?

I’ve given up candy, dessert, alcohol, second portions of dinner, playing video games, checking social media and various other things for lent over the years. I’ve also taken up new practices, like praying for an hour daily, or reading through the whole Bible in Lent. But what is Lent and why do people give things […]

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The freedom to be a servant

I’ll admit it: one of my all-time favorite movies is Braveheart. It’s a VERY fictionalized account of a Scottish rogue-hero named William Wallace. VERY fictionalized. But it’s also very fun. One of the iconic moments is when Wallace, played by Mel Gibson, cries out, “…they may take our lives, but they’ll never take…our freedom!” I […]

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