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• Daniel Baker

It is fitting that our sermon on Mother's Day happened to be on the grace of God. There's nothing a mom needs more than that. And both prove to be very different than we at first expected.

• Jeanne Hinds

Last November our church members sponsored 100 Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes for boys ages 10 -14. OCC receives the least number of boxes for this particular group so we choose to focus solely on packing quality boxes that included school supplies, comb, soap, socks, small toys, and either a soccer ball and pump or a small tool kit. The Mike Noel Home Group hosted a packing party and all 100 boxes were registered to be tracked as to their final destination. So where did they go?

• Daniel Baker

A tired, older ex-convict once sent a letter to a younger minister of the gospel. The two had worked together for years, and now the younger minister was venturing off on his own. The older man had traveled extensively for the sake of the gospel and wanted his younger protege to do well in the face of significant challenges. He would need guidance on some critical areas, courage to face the inevitable challenges to gospel ministry in a hostile land, and a heavy dose of reminders about the grace of God. We call this writing, "The Letter of Paul to Titus."

• Philip Sasser

The musical portion of our Sunday morning worship service tends to be based around one or two themes - something related to the sermon text, the trials or celebrations in the life of the church, or special occasions such as Christmas and Easter. At election time, I recall there being more than the usual number of references to Psalm 2....

• Daniel Baker

Yesterday we began our look at Paul's words to the Corinthians, "act like men, be strong" (1 Cor 16:13). See that post for a basic explanation and its connection to some important Old Testament moments. Our first point was that we need to "act like men" and "be strong" because we face real enemies in our lives. Now we conclude our look at part of what it means to be a Christian man in our day.

• Daniel Baker

Doctors have recently coined a phrase that until very recently did not exist: gender dysphoria. There is still controversy in the medical community about the idea, but it means that a person experiences a significant amount of "distress" connected to a feeling that a person's physical gender is not their true gender. There is much that could be said about this medical condition, but there is a spiritual condition that we could also label "gender dysphoria." We, too, can experience a level of "distress" that comes from living out our Christian manhood and womanhood.

• Daniel Baker

Tomorrow, Thursday, January 12th, many of us will be praying and fasting for Gideon Ruhl, Brody McCarty, and others in need of a particular demonstration of the power of God. Below is a set of Scriptures and prayer needs to guide you in seeking the Lord as you do that. If you would like to join others praying, the church lobby will be open from 7-8am and 12-1pm. 

• Daniel Baker

We are canceling our service for Sunday, January 8th, but below is an outline for a time of family worship (or roommate worship or by yourself) if you would like to still hear from God's word and worship him on the Lord's Day.

• Michael Stalker

How orthodox is your view of Christ?
Take this quiz and see how closely your views align with what Scripture teaches. Write your responses down before looking at the answers at the end of this post! Answer "true" or "false" for each of the statements below:

• Scott Moonen

Several couples from SGC attended and several of our young men and women served at Hand of Hope's eleventh annual fundraising banquet on November 17. Hand of Hope's director, Tonya Nelson, shared an update on Hand of Hope's ministry and needs. In the past eleven years, God has blessed Hand of Hope with almost 25,000 client appointments, 1412 babies born. That represents 187 over this past year, along with 43 conversions.
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