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This Sunday we will look at the other lost son in Jesus' parable of Luke 15. The older son is lost because he flies under the radar. He's always home, compliant, and responsible. Our eye is drawn to the scapegoat in the passage who throws his life away with wild living, but the older son, though close to home, is equally as far away. This is really the most dangerous kind of lost to be. The message is called "Lost At My Own Front Door". Join us and invite a friend to help us grow (x2). ... See MoreSee Less

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Met Gary Haugen, founder and CEO of International Justice Mission (IJM), today. Did you know that if we eliminated slavery 100% in 1st world countries, 99% of the problem would still exist? Also, there are more slaves today than at any other time in world history. However, he said, God is working miracles at such a dramatic rate, we could see it ended forever in our lifetimes. Praise God! ... See MoreSee Less

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Serving at Abundant Life Soup Kitchen in Griffin ... See MoreSee Less

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I'm looking forward to starting a new series this Sunday called The Prodigal. We will look at the classic parable Jesus told in Luke 15 about the lost son. Tim Keller calls this parable, "the secret heart of Christianity". He also says, "I have seen more people encouraged, enlightened, enlighted, and helped by this passage, when I explained the true meaning of it, than by any other text." There are actually three prodigals in the parable. Can you think of who they are? Come this Sunday and let's explore it together. Invite a friend to help us grow (x2). ... See MoreSee Less

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