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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.
What You Can't See
Over thirty years ago, two young men broke into an abandoned medical clinic in a town in Brazil. They stole a derelict cancer therapy machine and sold it for scrap to a junk dealer. The junk dealer took the machine apart and discovered a steel cylinder filled with a luminous blue substance that glowed in the dark. His young niece sprinkled some of the material on her arms and face, laughing, dancing and glowing in the Brazilian night. By morning she was sick. In three weeks, she passed away. Three others died. Hundreds were hospitalized. The mysterious substance from the cylinder emitted deadly, radioactive particles. Particles that were invisible. Sometimes, it’s the things we can’t see that are the most dangerous. (Read the news story of the tragedy here).
You Noticed
Even if you do everything exactly right, at the right time, in the right order with the right heart, family will still be messy. Of course, no one does it exactly right. Families are made up of people and people are sinners, so if things get messy from time to time, we shouldn’t be surprised. Here’s what IS surprising – how God reacts to the messes we make.
What God Has Joined
Marriage is the foundation of family life. So, if a marriage doesn’t make it, the family is shaken. Jesus had something to say about the permanence of marriage. In this message, we’ll focus on two core principles from his teaching. Hope you’ll listen in or watch!
It's All Good
Genesis, the first book of the Bible, tells the story of three families. Spoiler Alert! They’re all a mess. In fact, if the National Transportation and Safety Board did crash investigations on families, they’d have files on all three. Here’s the good news – God brings something good out of the mess. Join us this week as we kick off our series on the family – Good & Messy.
One Last Thing Before You Go
Eleven of our young people are about to graduate from high school. We have one last message before they head off on their next adventure.
Satisfied
Four-thousand hungry people. Seven loaves of bread and a few fish. One prayer. Problem solved. There are lessons to be learned in this story. Lessons about compassion. Communion. And about the confusion we often experience at the intersection of human need and God’s power.
Lost in the Crowd
Some people love crowds. The more the merrier. But for others, a big crowd is a little bit of hell on earth. They’d rather stay home to watch the big game or drive 15 hours instead of boarding one of those flying cattle cars we call an airplane. For some people, a crowd doesn’t produce a feeling of connection. It italicizes their isolation. It underlines their loneliness. Mark tells a story about that in chapter five of his gospel.

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

Although we were coming from a more conservative background, we quickly noticed that there was an openness and sense of welcoming that made us feel very at ease. We embrace fully what seems to be an environment of healing for the broken. We believe in moving from maintenance to mission. We have been impressed by the engaged nature of the shepherds, staff and membership.

I want to learn more about God’s Word and hold Him close in my heart. Twickenham seems to be able to guide me by offering similar perspectives to which I can relate as well as unique views that open my mind.

I was very impressed with the love, compassion and how sincere the worship is.

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