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Core Values

I’m a huge fan of apples. I am also an “apple snob.” That means I won’t buy apples in the bag, no, I hand pick them from the “expensive apple bin.” To me, it’s worth the extra money to buy apples that are larger, crunchier, juicier, sweeter and sourer. I love those kinds of apples!

Posted on
March 7, 2018
by
Dr. John Beck
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We are all worshippers. Worship is simply our response to something we value; a job, a dream, a team, or a person. So how do we know what we are worshipping?

Posted on
February 27, 2018
by
Keith Mcgee
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This past Sunday, Dr. Jeff continued our “Changed People, Changing Lives” series by sharing about meaningful community, the 4th core value of our church. God created us to have relationships. We need each other. I need you and you need me! How cool is that?

Posted on
February 21, 2018
by
Kyle Wassom
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I truly believe that our mission is all about Life Transformation. When we received the Power of Jesus in our lives, we truly became “Change People”. It is only through His Gospel that we can have true Life Transformation. 1 Corinthians 5:17 says “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.”

Posted on
February 12, 2018
by
Doug Giles
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We are just three weeks into the new teaching series at First Denton entitled: Changed People, Changing Lives. On Sunday, the message focused on one of our core values we call Relentless Love. When I first heard the words relentless and love together, I had to stop and ponder the meanings of both words.

Posted on
February 6, 2018
by
Doyle Lowry
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Last Sunday, the story of Jesus’ encounter with the woman at the well in John chapter 4 motivated me. The Holy Spirit spoke through Dr. Jeff with passion and conviction as I was challenged, encouraged, and spurred on to fall more in love with our Savior.

Posted on
January 30, 2018
by
Grant McKay
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I listened with great interest Sunday as Dr. Jeff preached about Zacchaeus’ encounter with Jesus in Luke, chapter 19. Zacchaeus was, indeed, a changed person after placing his faith in Christ as evidenced by his behavior.

Posted on
January 22, 2018
by
Dr. John Beck
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