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Regarding my own sinfulness

"If my sinfulness appears to me to be in any way smaller or less detestable in comparison with the sins of others, I am not recognizing my sinfulness at all. How can I possibly serve another person in unfeigned humility if I regard his sinfulness as worse than my own?" ~Dietrich Bonhoeffer...

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Advent: The Whole Story

Advent: The Whole Story, a wonderful resource from Paul David Tripp....

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Jesus came at Christmas that we might have eternal life!

Many of you will feel your loss this Christmas more pointedly than before. Don't block it out. Let it come. Feel it. What is love for, if not to intensify our affectionsboth in life and death? But, O, do not be bitter. It is tragically self-destructive to be bitter. Jesus came at Christmas that we might have eternal life. ~John Piper...

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To Save A Life

Join the BBC Youth Group on January 8th at 6:30pm! We'll be watching To Save A Life. This movie calls us to consider the issues that teenagers are facing in today's world! Invite your friends, their parents, and any one you know high-school aged! You can join us for Simple Supper at 5:30pm, and we'll have snacks afterward. ...

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Come, come, come!

"Note well the words of Jesus if you are heavy-laden do not mistake them. It is not, 'Go, labor on' as perhaps you imagine. On the contrary, it is stop, turn back, 'Come to me and rest.' Never, never did Christ send a heavy laden one to work; never, never did He send a hungry one, a weary one, a sick or sorrowing one, away on any service. For such the Bible only says, 'Co...

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U.S. Air Force Band at the Smithsonian

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Giving is delightful!

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Gratitude admits...

"Gratitude admits that we are beneficiaries of an unearned bequest; we are cripples leaning on the cross shaped crutch of Jesus Christ; we are paralytics living minute by minute in the iron lung of God's mercy; we are children asleep in heaven's stroller...Proud people don't admit being helpless, needy sin-sick. Proud people don't give thanks. Tight-lipped, they take the ...

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Christmas is nothing less than the death of Death!

"At some point, every Christian home is invaded by the pressing memory of loved ones who can no longer gather of empty chairs, empty arms aching hearts. Christmas is especially for those who mourn suffer grief, for the message of Christmas is nothing less than the death of death in the death resurrection of Christ. We stand together in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, decla...

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