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Build the Body UP

What better way to wrap up the last message of 2018 than with a vital word from Stephen and Bailey Kuert on how to build up the body of Christ. We ALL have an essential way to contribute our gifts and talents to build His kingdom. As we go into 2019, we pray that each and every one of us would seek out and find ways to make Jesus famous in all that we do.

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Who Is My Neighbor?

"I don't love my neighbor to convert them; I love my neighbor because I have been converted." Shawn Reine joined us this Sunday with a challenging message on what it means to truly love our neighbors - showing empathy with action! Who is our neighbor? The people around us! Maybe God has placed us exactly where we are to love those right next to us.

“If someone says, "I love God," and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen? And this commandment we have from Him: that he who loves God must love his brother also.” - 1 John 4:20-21

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FC Women Encounter Jesus

You know that feeling when you can tell someone is truly speaking from a place of honesty, humility, and love? That's what you get you in this message. We got to hear from guest speaker Suzie Eller, Proverbs 31 blogger, speaker, and author, at the FC Women's Service "Encounter Jesus". Suzie shares from her heart on what it means to follow after Jesus and how to step into our calling, however big or small it may seem. Listen, and be encouraged. 

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Discipleship Stumbling Blocks

Have you ever felt disillusioned with Christianity, your relationship with Christ, or the Church that represents Him? This message is for you. Missionary Stephen Kuert joined us this Sunday to teach on Discipleship Stumbling Blocks that Christians face in the pursuit of Christ. It is so easy to distracted from the absolute main thing: being conformed into the image of Jesus Christ. 

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How's Your Soul?

Guest speaker Aaron Frizzelle ushers FC into the new year with his inimitable style, evocative wordplay, spiritual insights, and painfully sad beard jokes. It's okay Aaron- it's the beard in your heart that counts

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