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We are currently accepting resumes for our part-time youth director position. If you have some theological training and a passion for discipling students and coming alongside parents, please reach out to us. We would love to talk with you. ...

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Instructions for Live Streaming our Services

We are preparing to livestream our services starting this Sunday. Who would have ever thought that this is where we would be on such short notice! It may not be ideal, but I am thankful that we have a way to be "together" during this strange and difficult time. I am also thankful for the simple truth that God is with us wherever we are. We may not be able tofullygather tog...

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From Pastor Brett

Dear Christ Redeemer Family, I hope and pray this email finds you healthy and resting in our Father's sovereign control of all things. It is so good to remember that, for those who trust in Christ, nothing comes our way in this life that has not first passed through the hands of a God who loves us, a God who is always, in all situations, working for the eternal good of Hi...

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No Service THIS Sunday, March 15

Due to precautionary measures put in place today by South Washington County Schools, we will need to cancel our Sunday gathering planned for this coming Sunday, March 15. We received word today from the district saying that they are “taking steps to limit crowds or other large gatherings in [their] schools.” Those steps include our use of the building on Sunday. ...

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Bible Reading Plans for 2020

For your convenience, we've compiled a list of Bible reading plans for you to choose from. Maybe in 2020 you will read more of the Bible each day. Perhaps you'll slow down your reading and instead spend more time considering what you read. Whatever it is you're looking for in a reading plan, you should find itbelow: Keep Reading...

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Running to the Resurrection

But God will not simply throw away his marred masterpieceour bodies, the earth, the universe. Instead, he will restore, renew, and resurrect it to be even more glorious than before sin entered into the picture...(keep reading)...

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What is Advent?

Advent is the first season in the Church Year. It begins on the Sunday four weeks prior to Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve. It is the season in which we followers of Jesus begin again our annual journey with Jesus from his birth to his coming again. During Advent we enter into the Story of Israel, identifying with the children of Israel held captive in their own land, ...

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What does Advent have to do with Life Together on Mission?

When we think of doing Life Together on Mission it probably most often conjures up thoughts about some sort of activity together (i.e. having a meal with your life group, praying together, playing together, building relationships with spiritually lost people and so on). This type of activity is good and we want to encourage each other to continue in it. We are called to ma...

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Theological Dangers on Both Left and Right

Beware of charging that someone is outside the bounds of orthodoxy when the only issue is that they disagree with you. Keep Reading...

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Reading the Bible to Meet With God

In my bookHelp My Unbelief: Why Doubt is Not the Enemy of FaithI wrote about how important it is to read the Bible to meet God, to read it relationally and as sustenance for the soul. Often we simply read it for information, to follow a rule, or as an academic pursuit. Reading to meet God sounds like a great idea and the ideal for a Christian, but how do we actually do it?...

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