Video Series: One Anothers

Greet One Another

This summer, my family and I got to go back to our home country of the UK for the first time since the pandemic began. We visited all sorts of different places, like Dublin, Oxford, St Andrews and Edinburgh, taking in historic Christian sites, like Glendalough, Iona, and St Andrews Cathedral, alongside studying contemporary issues […]

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Care for One Another

Good morning everyone. My name is Julie Hawkins, and I am one of the pastors here. I can’t believe that this is the last week of summer break. Does anyone else feel like summer just flew by? And we are back to school this week! For all of you parents out there that are feeling […]

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Admonish One Another

Nineteen years ago, my family was vacationing in Sun Valley, Idaho. On this very day, we went to the outdoor ice-skating rink which was open…even though it was 92 degrees. The ice was covered with a sheet of water. I knew it probably wasn’t a good idea to be skating in those conditions. But what […]

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Serve One Another

How many of you have ever received this? A jury summons. I did. Two weeks ago, I cancelled my appointments, packed a lunch, charged my Kindle, schlepped to the courthouse, went through security, joined the cattle call, got this badge… and waited. And waited. And lined up. And walked to another room. And waited. And […]

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Pray for One Another

Good morning, Chapel Hill! For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Pastor Gunnar. And I’m so grateful to be with you this morning as we continue our sermon series on the “one anothers” of the Bible. We have been exploring together how the New Testament calls us to live with one another as […]

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Honor One Another

Last week I was at a dinner event when Chapel Hill members, Jay and Peachy Smalling, beckoned me to their table. To my surprise, seated with them, was the pope. Not Pope Francis; it was another pope. (I didn’t know we had another pope.) I sat down in the chair across from the pope and […]

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Accept One Another

One of my great joys in life is that I get to live near my family. Every Sunday night, my parents, grandparents, and any of my sisters who are in town gather together for family dinner. We sit around and talk, laugh, and eat. It is such a special time. And we all always get […]

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