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Getting Ready for Sunday, July 8th

"... the disciplines and practices of the people of God DO form a person into the likeness of Christ, just as they constitute the most visible witness to the Gospel...it does matter where, week by week, Christians put themselves..." William Dyrness, Poetic Theology ...

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The Walk | New Sermon Series Starting July 1

Some people think of Christianity primarily as a worldview: a perspective or outlook on life. Others see it a code of ethics, with the Bible as a book of rules. Still others think about Christianity as a transaction: if I "receive Jesus," then that's it. Done deal....

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Getting Ready for Sunday | July 1st, 2012

Growing up...I frequently heard that 'being in a church does not make one a Christian any more than living in a garage makes one a car.' The impulse behind this, of course, was to insist that the commitment to Christianity must be personal and not simply nominal. But I have come to believe that this overly spiritual emphasis undercuts the social space of the church. It doe...

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Getting Ready for Sunday 6/24/12

Worship means, literally, acknowledging the worth of something or someone. It means recognizing and saying that something or someone is worthy of praise. It means celebrating the worth of someone or something far superior to oneself. (N.T. Wright)...

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Hospitality Challenge | Summer 2012

We're throwing down a challenge at New City this summer. It's very simple - have people over to your home for a meal....

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Getting Ready for Sunday 6/17/12

Worship means, literally, acknowledging the worth of something or someone. It means recognizing and saying that something or someone is worthy of praise. It means celebrating the worth of someone or something far superior to oneself. (N.T. Wright)...

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Getting Ready for Sunday 6/10/12

Worship means, literally, acknowledging the worth of something or someone. It means recognizing and saying that something or someone is worthy of praise. It means celebrating the worth of someone or something far superior to oneself. (N.T. Wright)...

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Getting Ready for Sunday 6/3/12

Worship means, literally, acknowledging the worth of something or someone. It means recognizing and saying that something or someone is worthy of praise. It means celebrating the worth of someone or something far superior to oneself. (N.T. Wright)...

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