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April/May 2022

The death and resurrection of Jesus may feel like the “end” when we consider all that He endured in the days and moments before He said, “It is finished.” Yet those very words announced that the debt of our sin had been paid by His sacrifice. But it doesn’t actually end there. Three days later, He rose, and the resurrection marked the beginning of His church and of His mission. It’s not just the global church, but you and I who are part of the mission to fulfill the Great Commission that Jesus died to make possible.

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20)

Messages in this Series

John King - July 21, 2019

5 Prayers That Lead to Unity

Scripture References: John 17:20-21, Luke 10:1-2, Acts 4:23-31, James 1:2-5, Psalms 51:10, Psalms 133:1-3, 1 John 4:11-12

From Series: "Summer in the Psalms 2"

What would happen if you told God how you really feel or what you really think? Have you ever found yourself praying the same words over and over again without really opening up with God? No other part of the Bible exposes our inner struggles more than the Psalms. Each Psalm reaches beyond the world of sight and sound to reveal what our senses long to see and hear—our authentic self and the heart of God. Join us this summer as we walk through the Psalms and learn to pray real prayers. Don’t worry. God is big enough to handle all your pain, rage, fear, desire for control, prejudice, greed, doubt, unfulfilled longings… or any other thoughts or feelings stirring inside you. He’s inviting us to take off our mask and spend this summer praying the Psalms.

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