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Tuesday Tidbits for Parents: May 12, 2020


Our memories are so powerful. They have the ability to affect our feelings, behaviors, and our perception of ourselves and our world. They enable us to build relationships with others and help shape our desires and affections. But our natural tendency as humans is toward forgetfulness. No wonder remembering is a central theme in Scripture! It's also a crucial part of answe...

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Parents' Corner | February 26, 2020


Dear Parents, Hosea was a prophet to the Northern Kingdom of Israel for at least forty years. God sent Hosea to tell Israel of God's hatred toward sin and of His coming judgment. (See Hos. 4:1,6.) God also sent Hosea to bring a message of lovea love that never gives up. (See Hos. 11:7-9.) To get the message across to the Israelites, God used Hosea's own life ...

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Unity Among Believers


As we heard on Sunday about the power of unity and necessity it is for us believers to pursue love vehemently in that the glory of God may be revealed to the world, there have been some questions on the praxis of this key aspect of our Christian lives. I wanted to take a second and give some practical tips in how we can do this within our family life and/or individually, a...

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Remembering MLK

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A great pastor and leader was assassinated today in 1968. I first studied Dr. King's speeches in college, then again in seminary. His rhetoric is breathtaking, his passion unparalleled. His message is from God. Certainly, he was a prophet for the times, then and now. In Memphis the night before his murder, Martin Luther spoke to a group of sanitation workers saying this: ...

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Crafts & Conversation


Recently our White Oak Community Group organized its first ladies’ craft workshop, in a series we’re calling “Crafts & Conversation.” ...

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Scattering Together to Serve as a Community

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“...the harvest is plentiful but the workers are few,” Matthew 9:37 (NIV). This verse is one of the most memorable in the Bible for me, but what does it mean to you? Recently, our newly formed White Oak community got a chance to live out this verse by performing a simple act of kindness to a community in need in our very first scatter time....

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