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We wanted to create a space where we could update you on news from around the church, information on upcoming events, follow up to a recent sermon.

Often you will find thoughts on a Sunday message or event stories from our life together as a church.

 

MLC Events for October 2020

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This month's bulletin is filled with ways you can be equipped and use your gifts through the church - click here for more information....

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Phase 3 Update

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Let us serve one another by keeping these important prayer rhythms and safety practices in place while we look to Christ together to lead us through this season in the life of His Church....

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Metro Young Adults: A Night of Hopeful Lament

Night of Hopeful Lament

A Long Dark Night There have been times in my life where I just couldn't see anyway forward. The circumstances confronting me were so overwhelming, so painful, so dark, that I didn't know where to take my next step. As a matter of fact, I'm not sure I would be able to even get to my feet. The loss of a child. The failing of my body. The fracturing of friendships. It's...

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Together Again

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Love for others will continue to be our overarching priority as we return. To that end, and in keeping with our local government guidelines, we will continue to practice physical distancing in the building. Masks are required as you enter, in the lobby, and while moving within the building. Additionally, we ask that all conversations take place outside of the building. ...

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Alive Summer: Letter to Parents and Teens

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Just when you thought Summer was cancelled, Alive is making a comeback!...

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What is Juneteenth?

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Today, June 19th is a special day in America. Unfortunately, not every American is familiar with what this date represents. "Juneteenth is the oldest celebration of the end of slavery in the United States. It is recognized on June 19th every year. In Texas, where it is a state holiday, slaves learned of the Emancipation Proclamation on June 19, 1865, two and a half years a...

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A Time To Listen...

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We can all agree that 2020 is a year that will mark the history of the world. From the Australian fires to the tragic passing of the beloved NBA star Kobe Bryant, to a global pandemic; this year has been one for the books, literally. In the last few weeks, we have found ourselves in a new season of turmoil fueled by the senseless murder of George Floyd in the streets of ...

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Online Communion Guide

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Some of the sweetest times for small groups/gatherings or families are when they can participate in the Lord’s Supper together. The Bible stresses the importance of unity in Communion, which is why taking Communion with those you do life with on a regular basis can be powerful....

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Caregiver Guilt

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I was inspired by Arden Kohout’s excellent article on Mom Guilt. I remember those days. I didn’t raise my four children during a pandemic, but still there was plenty of guilt, frustration and feelings of failure – some real and some imagined....

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Resources for better listening to sermons

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Have you ever had a hard time remembering specifics from the Sunday morning sermon only a few hours after service? It's embarrassing but I know, I've been there myself. It's so easy to listen and even be encouraged in the moment but forget what I heard as I go about my day and week. It reminds me of one of the most challenging verses I know in scripture, James 1:22-25: "...

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