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Happy Birthday/Happy Easter Remedy Church

This Resurrection Sunday gives us many wonderful causes for rejoicing as a church! He is Risen. He is Risen Indeed! ...

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For the Glory of Jesus

As part of their education, we are beginning to have our PLI Students write for the Remedy Blog Site, and share their devotional writing with their PLI brothers. This is an awesome blog entry from Gregory Andrus, a second semester PLI student, on the Glory of God revealed in Jesus...

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Quiet My Soul: Psalm 131

This is a great Psalm to look at to see where our attention and focus has been. The writer encourages us to take our eyes off of the low things and set them on things above. ...

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Some Important Aspects of Authentic Biblical Community

If everyone wants to find authentic community, why is it often so difficult? Even people that come together around a common belief in Jesus can have a hard time knowing where or how to fit in. In this latest blog, we try to address some of this. ...

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Expecting Awe: Anticipation and Response

We are going to run a series of blogs written by people who love Jesus but might hold to some different perspectives than us on secondary issues (But are rock solid on the Gospel). In this blog, we asked our dear friend, who usually finds himself in very Charismatic circles to write about the Manifest Presence of God. Read away, think, be engaged and feel free to dialog....

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Do you have an expectation of awe?

What are you expecting to get out of church? Do you have an expectation? When you show up, or even before you show up, is there an anticipation in your heart? In today's entry, we are going to look at the biblical topics of experience and awe in worship of our Creator and Savior. ...

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Addicted to busy

It seems as if most people I meet have the same battle cry. "I'm so busy". We all say it. And there are seasons where it is just unavoidable to be busy. Some busyness comes by choice, some of it comes from things that are thrown at us that are beyond our control. But if we are always busy, and never have seasons of rest, then it is important to ask ourselves, "Are we r...

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I love my church...is that weird?

I love my church. And I am not ashamed to admit it. And I do not just love it because I am one of the pastors called to serve there. God knows that is not enough of a reason, because I have seen pastors hate their churches. No, it goes deeper than a position in the church. I just love my church. And you know what else? I like my church too. ...

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A Story to be told wherever the Gospel is preached

There is an odd story that is told in all four Gospels about a woman that poured a very costly vile of perfume/ointment over Jesus' feet in the presence of a bunch of judgmental religious types. And Jesus was so moved that he said that wherever the Gospel was preached, what this woman had done would be preached with it. But this is rarely if ever the case. So, was Jesus...

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I Worship, Why?

As created beings, we humans all share an insatiable desire for fulfillment. Though we try to find happiness and fulfillment in any number of worldly ways, the only real way to satisfaction, complete and utter satisfaction, is to worship our living God, our Creator....

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Who Can Serve in the Worship Ministry

In this entry, worship leader, Jim Kelly takes a look at who "can be" serving as musicians within the church. Who were the people that Jesus used in ministry? Is there anything we can glean from that when looking at "a worship ministry" when we have unfortunately compartmentalized a term that was originally supposed to describe all ministry (all we do and every encounter...

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