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There's a perfect storm brewing and you might not survive! Well, that is if you don't understand the truth of Psalm 98. Let's continue our Lenten series, Psalms for the Journey, by looking at the unusual language in this text. It will help you ride the waves to Easter Sunday. The sermon is called "The Perfect Storm Conundrum". Join us and invite a friend! ... See MoreSee Less

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Need something fun and free for your family this Friday?? We got you covered!! Come on out and enjoy a great night with your family and new friends at First Pres!! ... See MoreSee Less

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PEACE in Griffin prayer gathering...Praise God! We are calling Griffin back to prayer for our community, our country, our world. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks Mike and Gary for fixing up our outside grill. I feel a summer cookout coming! ... See MoreSee Less

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There must be an amazing promise nestled into Psalm 91 because the devil tries to twist its meaning when he quotes it to Jesus. Pay attention when the devil quotes scripture! The promise in Psalm 91 is that there is a way to find a deep, soul peace... even in a dangerous world. The message this Sunday is called "The Wow! The Whoa! and the Way to Peace". Join us and invite a friend to help us grow (x2). ... See MoreSee Less

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