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Hill to Die On: Part 5 – Resurrection

Do unto others. Love is patient, love is kind. Turn the other cheek. It’s easy to appreciate Jesus’ teachings until the Bible writers tell us that he rose from the dead. For some, the idea of a person rising from … Continue reading

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Hill to Die On: Part 4 -The Crucifixion

Paul wrote about what is the core and center of our faith in 1 Corinthians 15. Tonight—as well as on Sunday morning—we’re going to be looking at the same passage of scripture in which Paul says, “This is the essence—the … Continue reading

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Hill to Die On: Part 3 – Going Public

There tends to be a lot of confusion surrounding baptism. And while the topic often evokes strong emotions, it is not a subject in which people have much to draw from, other than their own experience. For this reason we … Continue reading

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Hill to Die On: Part 2 – Faith + Politics

Politics isn’t an emotionally neutral topic. It has the power to divide us instead of bring us together. Politics can so color the way we see the world that we’re left wondering if someone could hold political beliefs different from … Continue reading

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Hill to Die On: Part 1 – Religion Around a Rock

A Hill to Die On is used to refer to an issue or belief held to be so important that it is worth fighting for at all costs. Most Christians are known for what their against, not what they’re for … Continue reading

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