Already/Not Yet

by Joe Stull | series |

Much of the lyrics we sing are full of metaphors, similes and paradoxes; yet paradoxes can be found throughout the Bible. Often times we read or sing of these paradoxes yet think very little of the deep meaning behind them or how our story connects in worship to them. In understanding our relationship to Christ and what he has done for us, we must understand the paradox of Already/Not Yet. Christ has already died for our sins, but we are still not yet perfect.

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Image: Living Out Rooted
January 23, 2022

Living Out Rooted

In this series, we’ve shared that the one word for our church this year is “rooted” and encouraged everyone to...

Image: All In
January 16, 2022

All In

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Image: Our Church One Word
January 9, 2022

Our Church One Word

If there was ever a time for our church and our lives to be rooted in something that is fixed,...

Image: Special Family Prayer Service
January 2, 2022

Special Family Prayer Service

This is a special prayer and worship service to allow the congregation to celebrate, launch, and dedicate our new auditorium...

Image: Light
December 24, 2021

Light

Jesus is the light of all mankind. Just like physical light, he is essential for a true spiritual life. Just...

Image: Love
December 19, 2021

Love

Love is more than feelings, and the kind of love that is a fruit of the Spirit is the kind...

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