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    Current Sermon Series

    Divine Encounters

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    Serie de sermones

    Encuentros Celestiales

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    SongFest 2019

    October 26-27

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    Celebrate Recovery

    Wednesday Nights 6:30pm/Room 135

Sunday Morning Schedule Change

Our Sunday morning schedule has changed! Please read about the schedule changes in the right-hand panel below.

Just Another Blog

Have you ever “had to” do something? I have…every day. Every day I have to get out of bed, walk my dog Greta, feed Greta, make coffee, get ready for work, drive to work, etc. The things we have to do are necessary for daily living. We have to feed ourselves, feed others, go to school and work, we have to bathe and get dressed. We have to pay the bills, put gasoline in the car, pick up the kids from school, and mow the lawn. Essentially, the “have to” items on our lists are the chores that make us responsible each day. Recently, Continue reading »

Large Scale Baptisms In An Unlikely Place

I recently attended the Gateway Conference in Southlake. Gateway is a non-denominational mega church with multiple sites in the Metroplex, and one that most would consider “charismatic”.

Jimmy Evans gave a powerful and surprising message as a keynote speaker that I want to share. He taught on Revelation chapters 1 & 2, where Jesus warned and encouraged the churches in Asia, and this message focused primarily on the message to Ephesus. To paraphrase, Jesus says that He sees their good works, their perseverance, and that basically they’re “doing church” really well. However, He warns them that they have left their first love. So without genuine and deep love for God and for others, they are just going through the religious motions of church. Jesus then warns them that if they don’t repent and return, He will remove their lampstand from its place. In reference to the end of Chapter 1, we see that a removal of their lampstand implies a removal of the presence of Jesus.

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Rooted

We all have different seasons that we enjoy. Some people like spring because of the blooming flowers. Some people love summer because they get an extended vacation from reality and get to spend more time with family at the pool and BBQ! Then there’s those that love the winter because the winter is usually around Christmas and they like the snow, hot cocoa and of course gift giving. And we all Know that fall is the first indicator of the holiday season which includes Halloween, Thanksgiving, etc. – basically lots of sweets!

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Faith for a New Generation and The Culture Change Required

In the 1st Century Roman world of the New Testament, children didn’t have a lot of rights and the old saying of kids should be seen but not heard was the way of life for youth. They were educated, but getting to be in the presence of Christ or mature religious leaders was something kids were discouraged from by most.

When Jesus entered into this world and became human He challenged that perspective by not only allowing kids to approach Him and take His time but encouraging His disciples and His followers to be more like them.

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Joy

I remember being fifteen and losing my grandfather, it was my first encounter with heartbreak. And ever since then it scared me. Often we think of heartbreak as something that comes and steals all of our joy, but if we think with that mindset, then we will never see the true plans that God has for us. God never gives us more than what we can handle, even if sometimes it does not feel that way. I know, I sure felt that way when I went to Mexico City. It was very, very difficult for me to be away from my family and friends for eight days because they are my rock, but I had to tell myself that God knew exactly what he was doing by calling me to go to Mexico City. Running away from heartbreak never makes it easier. One of the verses that was read at my grandfather’s funeral was James 1:2-4:

“Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, when you face trials of many kinds, because know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.”

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Location
McKinney at Cardinal

101 Cardinal Drive
Denton, TX 76209

940.387.4355

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Sunday Worship Schedule
8:30 - Worship (1st Service)
Attended Nursery (0-2yr). Children (3yr-4th grade) are dismissed during the sermon to attend children's church.
9:40 - Focused Fellowship
This is a time of fellowship and refreshments throughout the building. Children pickup before or after Kids Praise.
10:00 - Adult Bible Classes & Kids Discipleship
Adult Bible Classes - locations vary. High School & Middle School Discipleship Groups in the Youth area. Kids Praise for 3yr-4th grade. Nursery 0-2yr.
11:00 - Worship (2nd Service) & Kids Bible Class
Attended Nursery (0-2yr). Children (3yr - 8th grade) are dismissed during the sermon to attend Bible classes.

Wednesday Evening Schedule
5:30 - Fellowship Meal
Adults - $4 and Students/Children $3 (during the school year)
6:30 - Passion Worship
Praise and worship time in the Worship Center.
6:30 - Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery group that provides a safe place to address and deal with life's hurts, habits and hang-ups.
7:00 - Bible Classes & Small Groups
Classes for children and adults of all ages and other ministry groups meet at various locations throughout the building.

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