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Jesus is a person whose life and teaching have had a significant impact on people throughout the world over the course of the last 2000 years, but Jesus is more than just a historical figure. He is the embodiment of God and each of us are faced with a choice of what do we do with the person of Jesus. In Matthew 16, Jesus asks his disciples, "Who do you say I am?" and this is a valid question for all of us today. Join us for this series starting April 18.
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It's so easy to lose touch with someone. Someone
you care about.
📲 So here's your reminder...take out your phone
and shoot a quick text to a person you care about -
even if it's been a little while. Trust me...you'll be
glad you did.
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May 8th, 8:04 am

If you had your way, would you rather read a book or watch a movie?
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May 7th, 1:01 pm
If you had your way, would you rather read a book or watch a movie?
Let us know in the comments below.
#WouldYouRather

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May 7th, 8:02 am
Share a comforting verse in the comments and then look up one that someone else has shared!

If you’re dealing with anxiety, there is no magic pill to make it go away, but there are things you can do to make it better. Here are five short-term ways to relieve anxiety:
1. Write down the thoughts and feelings running through your head.
2. Make a list of what you can and can’t control.
3. Practice deep breathing, exercise in some way every day, and sleep.
4. End the day by writing down three things for which you are thankful.
5. Talk to God about your anxiety in prayer.

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May 6th, 8:01 am
If you’re dealing with anxiety, there is no magic pill to make it go away, but there are things you can do to make it better. Here are five short-term ways to relieve anxiety:
1. Write down the thoughts and feelings running through your head.
2. Make a list of what you can and can’t control.
3. Practice deep breathing, exercise in some way every day, and sleep.
4. End the day by writing down three things for which you are thankful.
5. Talk to God about your anxiety in prayer.

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Critical Race Theory and the Bible ... See MoreSee Less

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