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The Promise of Christmas


Come celebrate The Promise of Christmas with us each Sunday of December as we study the promises God made and the promises God kept through the Savior born in Bethlehem. ...

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Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund


Like so many of you, our prayers and hearts go out to all of those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. I wanted to let you know of a specific way that you can participate in helping with the recovery. Sovereign Grace Churches, of which we are a part, has established a Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund to help the families who have/are suffering losses from the storm among our church...

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Excelling in Work without Idolizing Work


There's something attractive about a job well done. Every time I walk into Rosa's Cafe (all three locations in Midland), I am captivated by the number of people behind the counter, each one doing his or her part, constantly moving with speed and efficiency, almost always getting the order right, moving massive amounts of people through the line at record speed, never compr...

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Why All the Drama, God?


Am I the only one who pictures Charlton Heston and the scenes from his movie any time I read the story of the 10 Commandments or try to picture Moses? That story (and movie) has always been epic. But beyond the images of the classic film from the 1950s is a deeply theological and personal story. At first glance, it may appear to be a struggle between the forces of good (re...

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The Historical Reliability of Scripture


Luke begins his gospel letting us know that he is writing an “orderly account” of what happened. He acknowledges that others have done the same thing. He tells us that he relied on “eyewitnesses and ministers of the Word” (1:2). He “followed all things closely for some time past” (1:3). And he’s writing “that you may have cer...

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