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The retreat is from May 25-27 at Summers Mill Retreat Center in Belton. The theme this year is “A Life Unashamed”. Read more about the retreat and sign up at the following link:

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Women's Retreat 2018 - A Life Unashamed

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Who is the Holy Spirit

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Who is the Holy Spirit Who is he? He is… in the beginning Coequal with the divine father and son God from God Perfect in essence United in substance Distinct in person He is Holy God, the unchanging one Power and might Silence and song Fire and Fragrance He is the very breath of God Hovering over the deep In…

Come Holy Spirit

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Part 1: Promised Presence April 15, 2018 - Phill Kwon Phill teaches from the beginning of Acts, in which Jesus promises the coming of the Holy Spirit. WatchListenSubscribe

But Some Doubted: Jesus’ Response to the Hesitation of our Hearts

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But Some Doubted: Jesus’ Response to the Hesitation of our Hearts This past Saturday, I experienced one of the greatest challenges of my life: coaching Sammy and Avvy’s preschool soccer team.  Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but it was legitimately very difficult. The weather had taken an unexpected turn from sunny and 80 degrees the day…

The Torn Veil

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How a Torn Piece of Fabric is the Greatest Hope for Humanity It’s funny to me how many adults my kids know.  I love that our church is a place where they have so many eemos (Korea for aunt) and uncles – as a parent it gives me so much joy to know that they are well loved by my…