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Why Study the Reformed Confessions?

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Posted by Tommy Keene on

As the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation approaches, we have thematized our Sunday Schools around various Reformation-centered topics (currently, we are moving through the Westminster Confession of Faith).   We think that's studying the confession is an important and helpful ...

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Tags: church history, confessions, creeds, doctrine, sunday school, westminster

October 2016 Newsletter

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Posted by Rebecca Kirkland on

October 2016 Newsltter

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Tags: newsletter, october

Book Review: The ESV Reader's Bible

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Posted by Tommy Keene on

Why would you want a Bible with no verse numbers? Oh, and it also has no headings. No annotations. No notes. No references. No columns. No extras. Why would anyone want such a bible? Here’s one reason: it will forever change the way you read God’s word. My guess, if you're reading ...

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Tags: bible, book review, esv, hermeneutics, reading

Preparing for Worship: Sept. 25th 2016

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Posted by Tommy Keene on

Morning Worship As we continue to follow Paul and Barnabas through their first missionary journey, we now turn to what happens when you have to leave. Leaving is hard, especially when you are leaving in the midst of difficult circumstances. How does Paul handle it, and what lessons can we learn ...

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Preparing for Worship- September 18 2016

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Posted by Tommy Keene on

Morning Worship We have many blessings to anticipate this coming Sunday! In addition to receiving new members, we will have the opportunity to rejoice together in a baptism. Both are obviously appropriate as we continue to watch the church growing throughout Acts. This week Paul and Barnabas ...

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Tags: covenant, idolatry, missions

Preparing for Worship: September 11 2016

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Posted by Tommy Keene on

Morning Service This week marks the return to Eric's series on the Book of Acts, "To Be Continued...." We left the Apostolic band continuing the work that their Lord Jesus began (Acts 1:1)--Peter had just escaped from prison, to the shock of followers of "the way," and Herod, fool of ...

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Tags: nations, preparing for worship, proclamation, sabbath, word

Praying with Other People

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Posted by Tommy Keene on

We have lost the art of corporate prayer, which is a shame because corporate prayer is particularly blessed by our God. The Problem with Corporate Prayer At the root of the problem is that when we are engaged in corporate prayer—whether at the First Wednesday prayer meeting, or at one of our ...

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Tags: corporate prayer, pray, prayer, worship

On Looking

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Posted by Eric Huber on

One of the great pleasures of fall is the joy we find in looking at the beauty of our Father’s world. Our eyes have been created with the capacity to soak-in beauty and delight in it. As flowers lose their summertime luster, our “looking” turns to nature’s fading beauty as ...

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Preparing for Worship: Sunday September 4th

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Posted by Tommy Keene on

This week we will be asking the question: What is the role of the church in the local community? What are we doing in Conshohocken? What is our basic underlying mission? That's not an altogether easy question--on the one hand, what a church "should be" has to fit where it is; on the other, there ...

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Tags: christ and culture, church, mission, preparing, worship

September Newsletter 2016

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Posted by Rebecca Kirkland on

September 2016

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