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We want you to be devoted to Jesus Christ. Being devoted to Jesus is a life-long journey and we are committed to helping you along the way. Devotion to Jesus comes through devotion to the Bible, which is His Word written to you personally. We encourage you to use the SOAP personal daily devotional process. SOAP is an acronym: Scripture,Observation, Application, Prayer. While doing this, write your thoughts down in a journal. Journaling is an excellent way to record and process what God has spoken to us. Without writing our experiences down, you may forget those blessings and some very important lessons! We utilize Life Journals to read through the Bible yearly. Pick up yours today by stopping by Next Steps on Sunday morning.


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The ekklesia mentioned in Matthew 16:18 is not a religious system or institution. Jesus, when He said that He would build his ekklesia had a progressive and ambitious movement in mind that would transcend the walls of the temple and synagogue. The ekklesia mentioned in Matthew 16:18 was not referring to the church model we see today in the west. It is true that the ekklesia is the assembly of kingdom citizens, but Jesus didn’t have in mind an assembly of temple worship or synagogue bible study when He foresaw the gates of hell falling. Jesus had in mind an assembly of kingdom citizens in a public place implementing the law and culture of the kingdom of light in places where darkness reigned.

Discover the original design for the ekklesia that we've been missing all along.

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