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    Struck Down, But Not Destroyed

    When leaders in the church fail, it is an opportunity for the church to respond in ways that seek restoration and repentance. As people of the truth, we show ourselves to be followers of Jesus Christ when we face hard truths with courage and perspective. More

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    Reflection and Resolution

    Today we look back at our time together in Habakkuk 3 from the end of last year and consider how to look forward in hope in the early days of 2021. Let’s be resolved this year to stand in awe of who God is, remember His provision in the past, and confidently place our trust […] More

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    Genesis 49 & The Abundant Life

    The blessing of Jacob to his son Judah in Genesis 49 is a powerful picture of the overwhelming abundance that will be and is currently available in the person of Jesus Christ. It is no wonder that only Jesus can bring the fulfillment we so desperately seek. More

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    Grace in Matthew's Genealogy

    Today we talk about the women listed in Matthew’s genealogy, their stories, and what we might learn from their inclusion in the first page of the New Testament. More

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    Wednesdays with Webster – The Deity of Christ

    Tonight we talk about the practical implications of the Deity of Christ (that Jesus was God). We all have needs in the course of our lives for people to come alongside us to help us in specific ways. Jesus, as God’s one and only Son is uniquely qualified to help us with our deepest need: […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster – 10-28-20

    Tonight we start a series looking at the potential of the six essentials to activate the way we talk about our faith we others. How can these six doctrinal truths activate more effective witness in our lives? We start tonight by talking about the authority of Scripture, perhaps in ways that might surprise you. More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (October 14, 2020)

    Today we are reminded from the Old Testament prophet Nahum of the faithfulness and justice of God. In the face of wickedness and alienation, God promises to hold the guilty accountable and to lift up those who call on His name. Nahum 1:3 The Lord is slow to anger and great in power, and the […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (October 7, 2020)

    Here is the quote I read in the video: “Can we believe that God ever really modifies His action in response to the suggestions of men? For infinite wisdom does not need telling what is best, and infinite goodness needs no urging to do it. But neither does God need any of those things that […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (September 30, 2020)

    We talk today about the importance of inconvenient truth. In both the Old and New Testament we see the importance of being challenged by realities that force change. In an increasingly truthless age, Christians must be people of the truth who allow themselves to be confronted personally and corporately by what is plainly true. May […] More

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    Wednesdays with Webster (September 23, 2020)

    It’s perhaps never been easier to “lose heart” than at this moment of personal and collective disruption. We take a look today at 2 Corinthians 3 and 4 the apostle Paul’s encouragement that something glorious is happening in us. In this knowledge we can persevere under the leading, direction and protection of the Spirit. SHOW […] More

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