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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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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Psalm 130.  Here are some questions for discussion: This psalm begins with a cry from “the depths” of this fallen world that we live in. How have you experienced the depths of this fallen world recently? What does this psalm teach us about waiting and hope? In your life,... Keep Reading

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Last Updated: Sunday morning at 7am. It IS still our plan to meet on Sunday morning to exalt Christ together. The current forecast anticipates a total of 5-9 inches of snow falling over a 24-hour period of time beginning Saturday evening. Please use wisdom and allow time to drive cautiously. As with any winter weather situation, if the s... Keep Reading

This Christmas, You're Invited

December 10, 2016 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

It's Christmastime. You're invited. Your neighbors and friends are invited.  Here are a few quick notes about what's coming up this Christmas at Redeemer -- on December 18, Christmas Eve, and Chrsitmas Morning. +++ Sunday, Dec. 18, 10am - Special Christmas Celebration This Sunday service will include a kids choir, Scripture readin... Keep Reading

Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Nehemiah 13.  Here are some questions for discussion. What does this passage teach us about drift and compromise? How can drift and compromise show up in our lives today? How does this passage affect your view of sin? What does this passage show us about hope? Fighter... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we heard Psalm 8. Here are some questions for discussion: What are some of the ways that God's majesty is displayed, according to Psalm 8? When you think about the majesty of our Creator, how does that change your perspective of your own life (see verses 3-8)? Fighter Verse (Scripture Memorization)... Keep Reading

Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Nehemiah 12:38-47.  Here are some questions for discussion: What has happened between Nehemiah 1:3 & Nehemiah 12? How does that help us understand Nehemiah 12:43? Nehemiah 12:43 describes the great rejoicing of God’s people over the finished work. What can we learn about re... Keep Reading

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Take-It-Home Questions: On Sunday we looked at Nehemiah 10-12.  Here are some questions for discussion: What is the role of obedience in the life of a Christian who is saved by grace alone? What specific commitments is the Holy Spirit leading you to make so that your life is a better reflection of His life in you? Why ... Keep Reading

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We are excited to announce that we will have a grade school children’s choir participating in the Sunday Meeting on December 18th at 10:00 am. We are thrilled that Kami Hammond has agreed to lead the kids in preparations. Participation is not required. However, if you would like your child to be involved, they will be rehears... Keep Reading

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Election Day!

November 7, 2016 | by: Josh Fenska | 0 Comments

What do your pastors want to say to you on election day? Here are a few recommendations: 1) Do your research. And remember that the presidential election is only one of many significant choices you’re asked to participate in. (You can find what will be on your neighborhood’s ballot by Googling “my ballot” and then e... Keep Reading

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