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The Sermon on the Mount: An Invitation to Human Flourishing

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"All men seek happiness. This is without exception. Whatever different means they employ, they all tend to this end. The cause of some going to war, and of others avoiding it, is the same desire in both, attended with different views. The will never takes the least step but to this object. This is the motive of every action of every man, even of those who hang themselves."...

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Identity with Christ in Matthew

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In our sermon series through the Sermon on the Mount and our Closer Look videos through Matthew, we've highlighted quite a lot about the person and identity of Christ. Who Jesus is, of course, matters quite a lot for our understanding of the gospel. Fundamental to our discipleship is the recognition that the gospel isn't a call to adhere to a set of disembodied moral regul...

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Wake up the Wonder


One unmistakable reality about the age in which we live is that we are absolutely inundated with information. This is a fast-moving avalanche that shows no signs of slowing down. Researchers estimate that about 90% of the world's data was produced in the last 2 years, alone. By this year, 2020, the average internet user will be producing 1.7 megabytes per second. It's no w...

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Creativity in Quarantine


If you're anything like me, this season of self-quarantine has provided an interesting opportunity to pay attention to the rhythms and patterns of our lives. My observation is that these rhythms, because of the season in which we find ourselves, have conglomerated into a big gray mass where every minute of my day looks like the previous one. Not unlike a casino with their ...

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VIDEO SERIES: A Closer Look at the Sermon on the Mount

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PART ONE: Matthew 1 (an introduction) Closer Look_ SOTM 1 ...

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What is Maundy Thursday?

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As we observe Holy Week, we pause and reflect on a series of events that radically altered the course of history and changed many of our lives forever. If you grew up in a church tradition that followed the liturgical calendar, all of the events and language surrounding Holy Week might be familiar. However, there are many traditions that don't typically place much emphasis...

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The Gospel & Anxiety


“anxiety is just pride in disguise“ says Pastor Cameron's in his new Blog called "THE GOSPEL & ANXIETY" ...

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Some Reading for Your Self-Quarantine


For better or worse, we are finding ourselves in the midst of this pandemic with an unprecedented period of time at home. Whether that time has been restful for you or even more busy than usual, we're all similar in that we're adapting to a new way of life. In this new way of life, we are seeing our rhythms shaped and challenged as we want to continue being healthy, social...

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