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We Need Each Other!

Dear Spry Family, This weekend in worship we continue our "Inspired" series as we look at the importance of community in how we read and understand the Bible. What a timely topic! How desperately we need connection and community, especially now. One Church in Two Locations The long-awaited opening of our Pine Grove Campus is this Sunday! We're so excited to be able ...

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An Interview with God

Dear Spry Family, We all know the pain of loss, whether loss of a job or opportunity, loss of a dream or hope, or even loss of someone we love. Loss is part of life,and it's a part of life that's hard for every one of us. How can our faith be a source of strength for us in the losses we face? That's what we'll look at this weekend in worship, as we continue our serie...

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Is Anything Too Hard for the Lord?

Dear Spry Family, Maybe you've asked this question before: "Is anything too hard for the Lord?" Have you ever wondered that? I have. It's a question many people have asked, going back at least as far as Sarah in the first book of the Bible. It's a great question, and the answer Sarah finds is really encouraging, for her and for each of us today. This Weekend in Worsh...

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Connect this Advent and Christmas

Dear Spry Family,Any chance you're struggling to stay connected with God in this chaotic time? Our worship this weekend will focus on how Christ's light shines into our darkness to bring us hope. In my sermon, we'll learn from Clark Griswold, Indian Echo Caverns, Helen Keller, and the prophet Isaiah about how Jesus fulfills God's promises, and why we need the light, peace,...

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Refocus

Dear Spry Family, Have you ever found yourself needing to refocus? Sometimes I shift my attention to something less important than what's right infront of me, and what should be clear suddenly becomes blurry. Do you know what I mean? This weekend we start a 2-week series designed to help us all refocus. We're going to listen together to how God is calling us to come ...

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Our hope is built on Jesus

Dear Spry Family, With the election outcome hanging in the balance, and our nation (and world) holding its breath, and with all the "normal" crisis things of 2020 still going on, this has been quite a week. I'd like to remind us where true and lasting hope can be found. Our hope isn't built on who lives in the White House, or who occupies any politicalposition. Our hope i...

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The Healing Our Hearts Need

Dear Spry Family, These days there are so many things pulling us apart. There's a lot of uncertainty and fear. There's a lot of frustration. There's a lot of rage. At the same time, there is the healing power and love of Jesus for all of us. The theme of our worship this weekend is healing. That's what our hurting world needs. It's what our hearts need - healing. You li...

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Faith Over Fear

Dear Spry Family, If you're at all like me, then sometimes it's helpful to be reminded about your true identity--who you really are. Take a moment to read and reflect on these words from theApostle Paul: "For all who are led by the Spirit of God arechildren of God. For you did not receive a spirit of slavery to fall back into fear, but you have received the Spirit of adop...

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God's Response to Division

Dear Spry Family, These are challenging times for our nation, our world, and all of us. Where can we find hope? How can we help others find hope? Does God have a message for us at a time like this? Those are the guiding questions behind a new series that we begin this Sunday. This weekend, I'll preach about division and God's response. It's going to be a timely messa...

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Revealed Through Prayer

Dear Spry Family,Tomorrow is September 11, 2020--the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Do you remember that day and the days that followed? That was a time when our nation, facing tragedy and uncertainty, came together. I wonder what it might look like for us to begin to come together as a nation during this time. And, I won...

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