Check out this recap of the songs we sang this past Sunday, along with some of the scriptures that inform them!...Keep Reading
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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. If you or a loved one have a significant medical condition, we encourage you to continue to join us remotely through our video and web opportunities....
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....
In order to finally defeat sin God would not send an animal sacrifice. Instead He would send a suffering servant and the Lord would lay on this servant the sin of all his people....Keep Reading
A follow up note by Shane Kohout on MLC's recent Neighbor-To-Neighbor outreach and some photos from the day! ...Keep Reading
We are halfway through our 16 verses series and our 8th stop brings us to King David. While there are many things about his life that are commonly recalled such as his days as a shepherd, triumph over Goliath, Kingship, sin and repentance there is one aspect of his life that can commonly be overlooked. His desire was to build a temple as a permanent place for the presenc...Keep Reading
We are working on summer plans for Alive and I’ve included a calendar for your family to help you all stay informed of what’s coming up. Our hope is to give opportunities for fellowship while schedules are a bit more flexible with school being out for the summer, to create environments where we seek to be more identified as in Christ than we do by our school, sport, ac...Keep Reading
God created a kingdom, and he is the King, but he made human beings to represent him in that kingdom. Adam and Eve rejected this call, which led to sin and death. But God promised to defeat the Serpent through the seed of the woman, who is also the seed of Abraham. Through Abraham’s family, and specifically Judah’s royal seed, the covenant blessings would come to the w...Keep Reading
Good Morning, Metro! I referenced an article entitled, "Stop Saying 'I Feel Like' during the sermon from 1 Corinthians 13. It's worth a read. In 1 Corinthians we see that love is "behavioral" before it is sentimental. That is counter-culture to our day, is it not? Of course love includes sentiment, and there is nothing wrong with that, but we all know how prone our sentime...Keep Reading