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Sing to the Lord a New Song

January 19, 2017 | by: Matt Vent | 0 Comments

Hello church family, Our desire at Redeemer is to sing songs in our Sunday gatherings that remind us of the truths of the gospel and that help us express with passion and joy our confidence in Jesus and what he has done for us. This Sunday we will be introducing a new song called "New Again".  This song is a bold declaration, that tho... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Matthew 28:18-20.  Here are some questions for discussion. The main command (the main verb) of the Great Commission is “make disciples.” How are the other parts of the Great Commission related to making disciples? How can you increasingly align your life with Jesu... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: How does Jesus describe the sum of His message? How could cherishing the Bible and depending on God show up in your life as a discipline this year? Part of what must be proclaimed (according to Jesus) is repentance and faith. How is your lifestyle and identity impacted by the gospel? Fighter Verse: For "eve... Keep Reading

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What's church supposed to be about? Why do we gather in small groups throughout the week? Why does it matter how welcoming we are toward newcomers? How can we help people who are hurting, straying, or stuck? What's my role as a church member?  We find profound answers to these questions as we remember that this is Jesus's church... Keep Reading

Sing to the Lord a New Song

January 6, 2017 | by: Matt Vent | 0 Comments

Hello church family, The Puritan pastor Richard Sibbes once wrote "There is more mercy in Christ than sin in us."  The author of Hebrews writes "For I will be merciful toward their iniquities, and I will remember their sins no more.” (Heb. 8:12) No matter how great our sins are, the grace and mercy of Jesus is greater still... Keep Reading

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Making Good Plans for 2017

December 30, 2016 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

2017, here we come. Maybe you've decided on certain resolutions. Here's something worth resolving to do in the new year: rejoice in the Lord always (Phil. 4:4). But don't just make a resolution to rejoice in the Lord. Make plans for how you can move in that direction, empowered by God's Spirit.... Keep Reading

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At 4pm on Saturday, we'll gather at Plank Jr. High for our annual Christmas Eve service. Everyone is invited (even if you haven't been to church for a while!).  Here are seven things you can expect: A warm welcome Coloring sheets for kids Traditional Christmas carols Scripture readings A Christmas storybook for kids (read by t... Keep Reading

This Saturday evening, we'll have our annual Christmas Eve service at 4pm. Then at 11am on Sunday we're planning a worshipful, family-friendly, less-than-an-hour Christmas Morning Service. About Sunday morning, let me start by stating the obvious: I completely believe that you are free in Christ to make your own decision about how to best use this holiday Sunday. And you shouldn't feel guilty if you make another good choice about how to spend Christmas Day. There are very good reasons to NOT attend a worship service this Sunday. I know that many of you (including several of our elders and deacons!) have plans to be out of town all weekend, or plans to get on the road Sunday morning to visit nearby family. That's great! Believe it or not, I've even encouraged a few people to "skip church" this week in favor of other plans they have. The last thing I want to do is create a weird sense of sense of duty, or guilt, or failure, or even a holier-than-thou competition about making different good choices on on Christmas Day. But if you're still on the fence about whether to attend on Christmas Morning (and completely for the sake of your joy, not for the sake of guilt!) I wanted to share a few great reasons why you might consider gathering to worship Christ this Sunday Morning:... Keep Reading

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For those of you with children participating in the kids' choir this Sunday, here are a few details to help you navigate the morning: Arrival: On the morning of the 18th, please have your child at Plank (in the 4th-5th grade room) by 8:30 a.m. where they will begin rehearsal.  You do not need to stay at church during this time.&n... Keep Reading

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End-of-Year Giving, A Building, & the Mission

December 15, 2016 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

As the end of the year approaches we wanted to send out a couple of notes related to end-of-year giving -- a couple logistics, as well as a reminder of what you're contributing to as you give to Redeemer. The Logistics You can give as normal this Sunday (December 18), but to keep things streamlined and simple, we will not be collecting fin... Keep Reading

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