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As a church, what is our mission and purpose? Why do we exist? Why do we do what we do? Three words which describe our mission and purpose are “Worship, Proclaim and Equip”. We are to worship the Lord in spirit and in truth as Jesus said, “Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth." John 4:23-24. We are to “Worship” from the depth of our being (Our spirit) in the truth of God’s Word. Our mission is to “Go and Tell” others the Good News of salvation through faith in Jesus. Thus, we are to “Proclaim” God’s truth. Our purpose is to encourage the spiritual growth of believers and equip them to serve Him for His glory. Thus, we are to “Equip” the body of Christ by identifying and utilizing the spiritual gifts of believers. The message this Sunday, which will also be streamed on Facebook Live, will consider the blessings of “Worship, Proclaim and Equip”. ... See MoreSee Less
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Doug & Jan Hamm, missionaries with Paraclete Mission Group, will be with us this Sunday, February 25, for both worship and our Sunday School time. Paraclete Mission Group comes alongside Christian leaders, mission agencies, churches and church planting movements serving around the world. Paraclete associates are experienced missionaries who use their histories, skills and gifts to partner with individuals and organizations to help them in life and ministry. Come hear what the Lord is doing through the ministry of Paraclete Mission Group. ... See MoreSee Less
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As the church, we are to help believers identify their spiritual gift(s) and then encourage them to exercise their gift(s) in service to others. We are to become actively involved in ministering to others for the glory of the Lord. Our Father in heaven has given spiritual gifts to every believer so that each might have a part in reaching the lost and building up the saved (Romans 12:3-8). A spiritual gift is a God-given ability for service. Spiritual gifts are not given for our personal benefit, but for ministering to others. God’s grace equips us for ministry through the distribution of spiritual gifts according to His sovereign will. In the body of Christ, the spiritual gift(s) of each member complement the gifts of other members, so that the body of Christ might function with harmony and purpose. To fail to exercise our spiritual gift(s) cripples the ministry of the body of Christ. Do you know what your spiritual gift is? Pray for the Lord to reveal and confirm to you your spiritual gift(s). Rather than instilling a consumer mentality among believers, may we encourage the saved to be active in ministry to others. The message this Sunday, which will also be streamed on Facebook Live, will consider the blessings of every believer ministry. ... See MoreSee Less
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