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Baby Sunday / Little Faith
There is an iffiness about faith for most of us. A certain . . . uncertainty. We believe the promises of God, but life keeps offering evidence to the contrary. When we struggle with doubt, does God get angry? Give up on us? Or give us what we need to stay on the journey?
Alterations
Americans spend millions on self help books, seminars, weight loss programs, gym memberships and counselors. All because we want to be better. Oh, and we go to church a lot too. What if we are going about it all wrong?
Anatomy of a Detour
Anxiety and hope see the same situation. The difference is that anxiety anticipates danger. Hope anticipates deliverance.
Step One
They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. What they didn’t tell you, though, is that step one is often the hardest. In Genesis 12, Abraham takes that first step. God makes a promise and Abraham believes it. Every other plodding foot fall in the journey depends on believing that God keeps his promises. In a world of broken contracts and empty assurances, that kind of faith can be hard to come by. Maybe that’s why God sealed this contract with his own blood.
To Settle or Set Out
You’d think words like unprecedented, revolutionary, and nextgen would apply to some new technology or novel social arrangement. And you’d be right. Except the high-tech application and never-before-tried cultural development we’re talking about happened thousands of years ago. The story is in Genesis 11. And you’ll be surprised by how familiar it feels.
Christmas Service
We recounted in scripture and song the greatest story ever told. From prophesy to his birth, his teaching and his suffering, his resurrection and his invitation to join him on the greatest journey ever taken.
O Come Let Us Adore Him
And a little child shall lead them. That’s what will happen this Sunday as the Twickenham Kids lead us through the story of Jesus. The exciting part is that you never know what’s going to happen when a group of children take the stage. Don’t miss it!
Unexpected Arrival
Even if he had come two thousand years later, one this is certain: He would have come in an unexpected way. He still does. We worship a God who defies expectation. He cannot be locked up tight in a system of science or theology. He will not be chained by tradition or convention. He routinely surprises us with his presence in the very places and at the exact times we least expect to find him.
Unimpressive Company
The good news of Jesus’ birth wasn’t announced first in Caesar’s court or Herod’s palace. Not even in the high priest’s chambers in Jerusalem. It came first to a teenaged girl named Mary. A day laborer named Joseph. To a group of scruffy, anonymous shepherds. An old man named Simeon and to a widow named Anna. None of them were famous or powerful or known. But they were included. And that’s good news for us

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

God is doing great things here and we want to be included. So many opportunities to be of service or just get together to get to know and love the people who are already members. We can’t wait to grow roots here.

We came for the children’s program, but we are already in love with the adult classes and the people.

It’s a church family we’d like to invite our neighbors to attend. Its members help and share with those in need.

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