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Justice, Mercy, or Grace
You are home, minding your own business when you hear a noise in the garage. You investigate. You catch a neighborhood kid stealing something you value. How are you going to respond? You’ve got three options: justice, mercy or grace. Which do you choose? Before you answer, let’s talk about how God responded when we were caught red-handed.
Through the Eye of a Needle
Jesus once said that it’s harder for a rich person to enter the Kingdom of God than it is for a camel to go through the eye of a needle. Forget all the clever explanations you may have heard that attempt to drop the degree of difficulty in that saying. Jesus meant a real camel and real needle. Funny thing is, a few verses later Jesus encounters a rich guy who doesn’t just enter the Kingdom – he sticks the landing!
What Dreams May Come
There's an old story about the world's first economist. It has lots of twists and turns and a suprise ending. And believe it or not, it's in the Bible! Join us for the next installment of Right on the Money.
Which Rich?
We continue our series on money by quoting words from the great philosopher/theologian, Don Henley: "You don't see no hearses with luggage racks."
Treasure Chest
Jesus said, “Do not store up for yourselves treasure on earth.” Does that mean God wants you to liquidate your retirement? Cash out your savings? Is Dave Ramsey going to hell because he told you to “store up” an emergency fund? Of course not. Jesus isn’t preaching against “treasuring” things. But he is confronting us about which things we treasure.
The Eyes Have It
Given that God owns everything (Psalm 24:1-2), you have to wonder why he spends so much time talking about money. Maybe that's because he knows us so well. Jesus said, "Where your treasure is, there your heart is also." In other words, we put our hearts into the things we treasure. And if money - and all it can buy - has our hearts, we're in trouble.
Who Will Lead Us?
The most important question an organization can answer is this: Who will lead us? The Apostle Paul helps us answer that question by describing the qualities the church should look for in its leaders.
Looking for Leaders
Twickenham is in the process of adding some additional elders to our leadership team. It is a season for critical thought and constant prayer. Of course, we think the Bible has something to say about the kind of leaders we should be looking for. This week, we’ll take a trip back to a moment in ancient history when leadership was corrupt, ineffective and just flat broken. Wait . . . that actually sounds kind of relevant given what pops up every day in our newsfeeds.
Messy World, Good God
It's Fathers Day. And we promise that the message is positive, uplifting and nice. It's about a guy in the Bible who was a man's man. Engineer. Lumberjack. Agricultural expert. Zoologist. You name it. This guy did it.
Good Things Happen in Homes
Why do restaurants advertise their food is “home cooked?” Why do hospitals decorate delivery suites to look like suburban bedrooms? And why do we call them funeral “homes” instead of mortuaries? Why do musicians from Miranda Lambert to Axl Rose sing songs about home? Because even when things go badly, home is good. Home is where good things happen.

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

Our first Sunday back – relief, gratitude and being able to be part of such an uplifting assembly and worship again. We feel like this church is our family.

Uplifting! I loved the energy of the service – the singing – just a great “vibe”.

We appreciate the ABF (Adult Bible Fellowship) classes we have been in. I love The Spring!

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