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I believe that October 31st is just another day that we have been given by God to respond to the Great Commission found in Mark 16:15: “Go into all the world and preach the good news to everyone.”

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Oct 30, 2018
by
Christy Butler
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As the professor approached the main square of the campus, he glanced across the way and noticed a man in blue overalls pumping water from a well. An hour later, after his lecture, he was surprised to see the man still pumping.

Posted on
Oct 3, 2018
by
Dr. John Beck
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Waiting can bring a sense of expectation and anticipation. There are times that I see God answer my prayers right away. Then, there are those other times when my prayers linger and answers seem far away.

Posted on
Sep 19, 2018
by
Doyle Lowry
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When I was in high school, I remember throwing out my back one day because I overloaded my backpack with textbooks. Instead of emptying it between classes, I carried all of my books the entire day.

Posted on
Sep 4, 2018
by
Kyle Wassom
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Some people like to be in charge while others prefer to let someone else take the lead. For most of my life, I have been in roles where I was “in charge.”

Posted on
Aug 22, 2018
by
Dr. Jeff Williams
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One of the many changes I’ve witnessed in church life is how we dress for a worship service. As a child, I remember that men always wore suits and ties, and the ladies always wore dresses.

Posted on
Jul 26, 2018
by
Dr. John Beck
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One of the characteristics of modern life seems to be that we are moving at an ever-increasing rate. Let’s be honest, it is rather easy to be busy. We all can make a list of tasks that will overwhelm our daily lives.

Posted on
Jul 9, 2018
by
Doyle Lowry
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Friends, I am excited to share a VBS 2018 Praise Report with you! 49 children made a decision to accept Christ and 639 children and adults were in attendance last week.

Posted on
Jun 19, 2018
by
Christy Butler
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One of the messages I try to communicate to our graduating seniors is that just because they graduate from high school, they should not graduate from their faith.

Posted on
May 29, 2018
by
Kyle Wassom
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Claire and I found out January 25, that our lives would be dramatically changed. I came home from work and she let me in on a little secret; she was pregnant!

Posted on
May 1, 2018
by
Grant McKay
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One of our middle school students came up to me last week before youth group and asked to meet in my office. He said he needed help writing a devotional for him and a few of his friends because they weren’t going to be able to be at church that upcoming Sunday due to a school competition.

Posted on
Apr 24, 2018
by
Kyle Wassom
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WOW! Thank you to those of you who were a part of our first ever First Loves Denton Day on Sunday. You beautifully showed Relentless Love while serving, sharing, caring, and shivering for the Glory of God.

Posted on
Apr 17, 2018
by
Christy Butler
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I remember a time when I was driving my dad to the airport in Birmingham. Since we lived on the side of town opposite the airport we had to travel through a rather goofy freeway intersection that the local residents lovingly called “Malfunction Junction.”

Posted on
Apr 10, 2018
by
Dr. John Beck
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I am old enough to remember when there was no “Siri” or “Maps App.” In those ancient days, when traveling, one had to read a paper map or, in the worst cases, stop and ask others for directions.

Posted on
Apr 3, 2018
by
Dr. John Beck
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