NEW SERMON SERIES: HOW TO BE MARRIED

Starting April 23rd we will be starting a six week sermon series called “How to be Married”. Join us Sunday mornings as we unpack what the bible has to say about marriage.

25apr8:00 pm- 9:30 pmThe Well

30apr6:00 pm- 8:30 pmThe Branch Youth Group

2may8:00 pm- 9:30 pmThe Well

7may6:00 pm- 8:30 pmThe Branch Youth Group

9may8:00 pm- 9:30 pmThe Well

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How To Be Married

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In a culture obsessed with the right proposal stories, and the perfect ceremony, we sometimes are ill-prepared to deal with the reality of two sinners becoming one. Everyone plans for the wedding, but few prepare for a lifetime together. In this six part series, pastors Chris Plekenpol and Phill Kwon teach Christians on how to be married. How To Be Married: Mirror...

Forever Marriage vs. Serial Monogamy

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Whenever I meet with couples for counseling, many want to know the secret to a long lasting marriage. They want their marriage to last forever. They will marvel at the divorce rate, see their friends struggling, and wonder if it is possible to actually make it to “till death do us part.” As I have been pondering our next sermon…

Easter 2017: Victory!

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There is a battle in our culture between the Easter Bunny and Jesus Christ. Easter Bunniology is based on three tenets. 1. You were made for treats. 2. The stronger, faster, and smarter you are the more treats you will get. 3. Creating key alliances and eliminating competition will get you more treats. This will ultimately leave you exhausted and...

What The Hell?

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Being that today is Good Friday, I find myself thinking about the cross even more than usual. What it means. Why it’s “good.” And how all of this effects me. I mean, is it really that big of a deal? So many of us have heard so many of the same great explanations before, (and yes, those things do bear…