Our vision to see a gospel movement on the North Shore will only become a reality if we saturate the North Shore with transformed disciples who make disciples. The charge to “go and make disciples” (Matt. 28:19-20) is our central task as Christians, and is joyful hard work. In the
Sometimes the things we read in the Bible can be difficult to understand or accept.  The Bible’s teaching can at times be counter to the values we have inherited from our culture. So what are we to do when we come across passages that make us uncomfortable? In our sermon this
The following post is written by Electa Sutton who will be serving in Ghana December 2019/January 2020. Read her reflection on God’s missionary heart and how that has shaped her. What is the world to you? For God so loved the world, he gave his one and only Son… John
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The following post is an excerpt from our church planting email list from May 2019. To sign up for our email list for updates and prayer requests, see the bottom of this post. A daunting task Part of what is so daunting about church planting is the many unknowns that are ahead
Worship Director Brittany Casey shares a challenging perspective on the link between worship and commitment. Each Sunday as we gather to worship together, how do you think of that time? Perhaps as refocusing our hearts on God, maybe as an outpouring of thankfulness and joy in response to the good news
This is the first blog post in a series called The Disciple-Making Toolkit. Our vision to see a gospel movement on the North Shore will only become a reality if we saturate the North Shore with transformed disciples who make disciples.  The charge to “go and make disciples” (Matt. 28:19-20)
Last year, in an effort to take concrete next steps in serving our vision to see a gospel movement on the North Shore, we prayerfully sought the Lord for his guidance in setting two concrete 3-5 year goals, which would serve as benchmarks in helping us to focus our efforts
The following is an excerpt from one of our church planting emails from April 2019 when we launched our plan to plant a church in Essex County in the next 3-5 years. As we start a new semester it is good to remind ourselves of this goal and to engage with