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Provoke wonder this Easter

IF you invite people to consider Jesus, they won’t be disappointed. Confused? Perhaps. Doubtful? Often. But not disappointed. He’s too amazing for that. A vast majority of people will respond to your invitation to attend church with you on Easter…. Continue Reading →

Invite someone to your church for Easter

We’re so excited about the opportunity and joy of proclaiming Christ’s resurrection at Easter! Are you?! Did you know that studies have shown that almost 80% of people would come to church if they received a personal invitation? However, according… Continue Reading →

You’re invited!

We’d love to have you be a part of our worship service at Northstar Church this Sunday if you’re in the area. Here’s a Google map to the Blacksburg Middle School. We have services at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.

My sin, not in part, but the whole

Sundown Friday. In years long before my own ancestry can be traced, a man’s body was removed from rough wooden poles before dusk. For religious reasons, the body must be buried before dark. He was dead, certainly. A staggeringly unusual… Continue Reading →

Living between the Cross and Crown

This is a message that I preached back in 1998. It was part of a series that I did as preparation for Easter. The five bullet points about the leper came from a message that Emil Turner preached at Southwestern… Continue Reading →

Eighty-two

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