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Preparing for Sunday: July 31, 2016

Preparing for Sunday This Sunday we continue The Best Sermon Ever. Pastor Steve Heron will preach from Matthew 6:25-34 on Anxiety.  You can prepare by reading the text as well as listening to some of the songs we will be singing together. We look forward to gathering with you this Sunday! ...

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How We Teach Our Kids

As we gear up for another fall season, we want to take a few weeks to highlight a very important aspect of our church: Centerpoint Kids. This week, we want to focus on our curriculum, The Gospel Project for Kids. Check out the video and post below to learn more about what we do at Centerpoint Kids. Fill out an application today to sign up to serve!   Ou...

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Kids Ministry is Not Second Rate Ministry

As we gear up for another fall season, we want to take a few weeks to highlight a very important aspect of our church: Centerpoint Kids. Our Kids team does a wonderful job, but we need new volunteers to join in and help them! Take some time to consider how you can be involved with the children's ministry at Centerpoint as you read this article.   This following wa...

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Preparing For Sunday: July 24, 2016

Preparing for Sunday This Sunday we continue The Best Sermon Ever. Pastor Steve Heron will preach from Matthew 6:19-24 on how our treasures are in heaven and we will hear a brief testimony from Brodie and Katie Hart about their upcoming. You can prepare by reading the text as well as listening to some of the songs we will be singing together. We look ...

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Preparing For Sunday: July 17, 2016

Preparing for Sunday This Sunday we continue The Best Sermon Ever. Pastor Steve Heron will preach from Matthew 6:16-18 on fasting and we will hear a brief testimony from Scott Stadowski, a missionary we support from Dundee, Scotland. You can prepare by reading the text as well as listening to some of the songs we will be singing together. We look forw...

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Six Ways Not To Waste Your Summer

This post was writen by Jeff Vanderstelt and originally appeared at saturatetheworld.com   Listen. Bless. Serve. Enjoy. July in Washington means the wet clouds have been chased away by longer sunny days, the Northwest hibernators are coming out of their caves. Summer in the Pacific Northwest is the best time to meet your neighbors and develop better friendships ...

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Questions for Discussion: Matthew 6:5-15

Discussion Questions: The Lord’s Prayer Read Matthew 6:5-15. 1. What are your biggest barriers to a consistent prayer life? 2. What does our lack of prayer reveal about our false beliefs about God... as Father, as all-knowing, as powerful, as provider? 3. How can the simple structure of the Lord’s Prayer be a guide for our prayers? 4. Look back at ver...

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Pastoral Thoughts on Recent Tragedies

The brokenness of our human depravity brings about injustices between one another, between people and races, and between authorities and those subject to their power. Tragedy brings out the deep realities that I pray we all get our hearts and minds around: To empathize and not only sympathize We must grieve with those who are grieving and enter into the pain of their los...

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Preparing for Sunday: July 10, 2016

Preparing for Sunday This Sunday we will be back in our summer series The Best Sermon Ever. Pastor Steve Heron will preach from Matthew 6:5-15 on the Lord's Prayer You can prepare by reading the text as well as listening to some of the songs we will be singing together. We look forward to gathering with you this Sunday! ...

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Saying Goodbye to Sunday Morning Only Christianity

This post was written by Jeff Vanderstelt and originally appeared on The Verge Network. For far too many Christians, the idea of being part of a church simply means attending a Sunday morning service, maybe a small group, or a sprinkling of special events each year. Is that what God had in mind for his bride, the Church, when he sent his son to save her? No. Jesus ...

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Questions for Discussion: Matthew 6:1-4

Discussion Questions: Giving to the Needy Read Matthew 6:1-41. What are some of the things you learn about the Father in this passage? 2. What are the things you do you to be seen by others as a good person?3. Do you delight in giving? What do you think it means for the Father to reward you?4. How does understanding God’s character give you confidence in your givin...

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