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In a Christian Culture where ambiguity is always on the rise, it's our desire to be as forth-right as possible. We believe that God grants Salvation alone by His Sovereign Grace alone through His Sovereign gift of Faith alone which He grants to all those who believe. We therefore reject the notion that God's grace is enacted by some movement of an intrinsic faith in man thus causing God to show mercy. No. Salvation is wholly of God in spite of our responsibility as sinful men & women.

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We believe that the Bible is God's special revelation that is without error in doctrine and detail in it's original manuscripts. To use the terminology of the day we believe in the absolute inerrancy of the Scriptures as they existed in their original form. Those copies we have today, we recognize as being more than 99% accurate to those original forms and therefore we have incalculable trust in our Bible's to be the lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path.

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We believe that as God ordains the ends of all things than He must also ordain the means. We believe in the necessity and usefulness of Prayer because the Scriptures are replete with examples of prayer, God answering prayer, and the constant call to pray. As Jonathan Edwards once said; "Prayer is as natural an expression of Faith as breathing is of life." So we too believe in the New Testament command to pray often and pray believing.

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Ambassadors of Christ

Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal through us. We implore you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God. For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God. –– 2 Corinthians 5:20-21 If you were to

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Hating Sin…

Whoever makes a practice of sinning is of the devil, for the devil has been sinning from the beginning. The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the works of the devil. — 1 John 3:8 Sin is deadly. Sin is that which the Lord hates and sin is that which Christ suffered and died

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Be Still…

Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted above the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.  – Psalm 46:10 There is a great danger in every society, the danger that even a lost man Socrates understood. The danger is in striving too much. Whether that be striving for the sake

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Preparing to Fail

Preparing to Fail

A Conversation in Sin:  “When I’m in the middle of a battle over my sin, how do I overcome it?” The answer is that you can’t. The only way that anyone overcomes sin is through the work of Christ in them. “Alright, but how does that work?” Well, you have to trust Christ that He’ll carry

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Happy Holidays

When Christmas rolls around every year it seems like the same battles are fought over and over again. Happy Holidays vs Merry Christmas. And it seems like every year I see that bumper sticker on the back of peoples cars of a little nativity scene that says , “Put Christ Back into Christmas”. Expressing that

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Monergism; Synergism; These are words that have great implications for the Christian and yet many Christians wouldn’t have the slightest clue as to what they mean. The difference between these words is, life eternal with Christ, and an eternity spent in the pits of hell. So critical are these terms and their meanings that without

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Ascending Large

Always Ascending

Our flesh, also understood as our human nature, is constantly seeking to drag us down into the muck and more of sin. The pit of depravity is our nature’s natural habitat and feels most at home when we’re dwelling in darkness. Often times there is a familiarity with the shadows that, though we may despise

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Count Zinzendorf

Preach, Die, Be Forgotten

Count Nicolas Ludwig Von Zinzendorf und Pottendorf was known for the great Moravian missionaries that were birthed from his town of Hurrnhut Germany. The Moravians were known the world around for their incredible devotion to God and to the Gospel. The Moravians and Count Zinzendorf, as he is most commonly known, were devoted to the

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Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

Now I lay me down to sleep,  for the lost my heart should weep.  If he should die before I wake,  I know the Lord, his soul, won’t take.  And yet we slumber in our bed, unconcerned for man’s painful end. Knowing the gospel for ourselves, yet keeping faith upon our shelves. We enjoy His

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Prayer Without Hope

  As Christians we too often overlook the call on our lives to pray earnestly. James 5:16 says; “Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed. The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much.” That verse highlights the incredible power in prayer that

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