Ten Years of Ministry in Middleburg!

Two important symbolic actions were taken as the foundation of our church building was poured. A copy of the Bible was placed in the foundation, and two verses were written in the slab that would support this structure: Deuteronomy 32:47 and Hebrews 4:12. The Word of God is literally the foundation of this church! But we are not just called to remember the word of God, the word of God calls us to action. Jesus tells us that we are to be salt and light to this world. What does that mean? Listen to find out.

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Loving your Neighbor

We can see needs around us all the time. How often do we stop to help? There are lots of reason we might give for not helping, and some of them are probably good ones. But if we always pass by without helping, it may be evidence of a heart problem.

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Struggling Against Temptation

Sometimes being a Christian can be a hard thing. The struggle against temptation is real, and it can feel like a heavy burden. How can we prevail in the face of temptation? We can follow the example of Jesus who was “tempted in every way as we are, yet without sin.”

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I am a Disciple

To be a disciple is to be a follower of Jesus. Jesus called his disciples and they learned from him by listening to his words and watching his actions. Today we can still learn from Jesus through two foundational disciplines. Reading and studying the Scriptures (and doctrine) and praying.

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Indestructible Socks (A Thanksgiving Sermon)

Our God is the most excellent provider that you could hope for. Yet, how often do we stop to give thanks for the ways he has blessed us? When we don’t give thanks, we can deceive ourselves into thinking that we are the ones who have provided, but this is a pitfall that comes with some specific dangers.

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Taste and See

2018-08-12 – Year B – Pentecost 8-7 – The Rev. Christopher Klukas Deuteronomy 8:1–10; Psalm 34; Ephesians 4:25–5:2; John 6:37–51   As David continued to flee from Saul, he went…

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Jars of Clay

2018-06-02 – Year B – Pentecost 5-29 – The Rev. Christopher Klukas Deuteronomy 5:6–21; Psalm 81:1–11 (12); 2 Corinthians 4:1–12; Mark 2:23–28 Today we heard the 10 Commandments as our…

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