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  • Some Assembly Required (Week 3)

    Some Assembly Required
     (Week 3)

    January 21: You Belong

                   

    Feeling “less than” is one of the Devil’s best tricks. We notice what we’re not, what we can’t do, what’s uncomfortable, what’s out of our skill set. But Paul saves us from envy and discouragement by reminding us all that God didn’t design every part of the body to do everything. By his design you can’t do that. Let go of the guilt. Give up the competition. Embrace your importance in his grand design.

  • Some Assembly Required (Week 2)

    Some Assembly Required
     (Week 2)

    January 14: United Yet Unique

                   

    Scripture and experience teach us that people are different. Like different parts of the body, God intentionally decided to make you different from everyone else. That truth has the potential to make us better and stronger…or, if we ignore it, to make us frustrated at everyone who is not our mirror image.

  • Some Assembly Required (Week 1)

    Some Assembly Required
     (Week 1)

    January 7: Unique But United

                   

    As Paul begins his discussion of the “body of Christ,” he reminds us of the big picture. Baptism. Spirit. Spiritual thirst quenched by the gospel. What the Church has in common is exponentially bigger than our differences. He does the same in Ephesians 4, repeating the unity we have in Jesus—one Lord, one faith, one hope, on God. Therefore, before we talk about our uniqueness, we celebrate our unity in Jesus, no matter what our diverse wiring, quirks, or personality.

  • Q&A Sunday - 2017

    4th Annual Q&A Sunday (2017)
     

    December 31: Q&A Sunday

                   

    Do you have questions about God? Or about faith? Or about different religions, different churches, and different ideas? We all do, but often we are scared to ask them. That is why The CORE’s Q&A Sunday started. In place of a regular message, we will take time to anonymously ask questions and find the passages with Jesus’ answers. We hope you can join us for Q&A Sunday!

  • Old School (Week 5) - Christmas Day

    Old School
     (Week 5) - Christmas Day

    December 25: An Old School Response to Christ's Birth

         

    Big news - The Savior has been born!.

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