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Weekly Confession: Jan. 20th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We confess that we don't fully believe that Jesus is sufficient to satisfy our spiritual hungers and thirsts (John 6:35-40). We confess that we often gru...

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Baptism Letter: Jan. 13th

Dear Baptized Ones, This Sunday we will have the joy of witnessing Wes Calton baptize his daughter Ann McClain Louise Calton as part of our worship service. We will be reminded of our infant-like dependency on God our Father and utter inability to save ourselves as Anne passively receives the water upon her head in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Though ...

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Weekly Confession: Jan. 13th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We confess that we don't often live as if we have been born of the Holy Spirit to eternal life to participate in the kingdom of God (John 3:1-15). We confe...

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Communion Letter: Jan. 6th

Dear Family at Christ Community, We will begin a new sermon series on the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of John this Sunday. As part of our beholding of the Lamb and Son of God in and through our worship, we will partake of the Lord's Table. The broken bread and abundant cup, though common elements, make visible in the power of the Holy Spirit the rede...

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Weekly Confession: Jan. 6th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We confess that we are sometimes blind to the full power of Jesus being the all-sufficient Lamb of God who takes away the guilt, shame, and penalty of our sin...

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Communion Letter: Dec. 30th

Dear Family at Christ Community, This Sunday will be the last in our Advent Series from Genesis as we delve into God's restoration and transformation of Abram and Sarai to Abraham and Sarah in Genesis 17. In Genesis 16, it appeared that the axe had been laid to the root of the covenant tree through the sin of Abram and Sarai. However, God reveals yet again His persist...

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Weekly Confession: Dec. 30th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We confess that we frequently fail to walk blamelessly before You in Christ (Gen. 17:1-8). We confess that we have often neglect...

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Weekly Confession: Dec. 23rd

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We confess that we sometimes reject our calling to be a blessing to others through sharing the Gospel of Christ in word and deed (Genesis 12:1-3). We confess ...

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Weekly Confession: Dec. 16th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We confess that we sometimes try to make a name for ourselves and selfishly control the direction of our lives according to what we want (Genesis 11:1-4). ...

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Weekly Confession: Dec. 9th

Gracious and Merciful Father, We come before you toconfessoursinas Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of oursinand remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. Weconfessthat we often set our hearts on whatever we find attractive rather than seeking first your Kingdom and glory (Genesis 6:1-10). Weconfessthat we frequently fai...

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