Go with Repentance
on October 5th, 2020
Today, we continue looking at the practical and blessed art of being a peacemaker in the conflicts around us. While conflict is inevitable even among believers, broken relationships are not.  Read More
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Go! and Rejoice!
on October 1st, 2020
What would change if we chose people over problems and went into conflicts choosing gratitude? Join Pastor Joe as we continue in Blessed are the Peacemakers and examine the instructions given to us by Paul about how we can better handle conflict.  Read More
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Go With Gratitude
on September 28th, 2020
This week, I'm continuing in a series to offer practical help at resolving conflict. As I noted last week, conflict is inevitable, even among church folk. But broken relationships are not. Engaging conflict in a Biblical way is not easy, but when its practiced reconciliation and healing can occur. That's why Jesus calls the peacemakers blessed because they will see God working in their midst.  Read More
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Disputatious
on September 24th, 2020
Is the Church different from the world? Do we handle conflict better, or just the same? Join Pastor Joe as he unpacks what Scripture says about making peace within the Body of Christ.  Read More
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Blessed are the Peacemakers
on September 21st, 2020
Can the church do conflict better than the world? I believe we can. But to do so we need to practice what the Bible says regarding handling conflict, especially in disputatious times. So, I’m going to share some practical insight on the matter over a series of posts called: Blessed are the Peacemakers. We’re going to look at a particular conflict between Godly people in a church called Philippi. The apostle Paul hears about the dispute and addresses it in a letter he sent to that church. What he says to them about how to resolve their conflict is incredibly instructive to us in ours.  Read More
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Welcome
on September 21st, 2020
The Gospel is the gateway to flourishing at life. It’s the power to transform those parts of our lives and communities that are perishing. I’m glad you’re here, because I believe, in Christ, your life can flourish more, again, and for the first time. Join us.  Read More
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