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- The Church Gathered -
107 Woodruff St. Madison, TN 37115
- The Church Scattered -
Family + Missionaries + Servants
A missional community is a family of missionary servants sent as disciples to make disciples in a specific area to a specific people group by proclaiming the gospel in word and demonstrating God's love in deed.
To clarify, a Missional Community is not primarily a small group, Bible study, support group, social activist group, or weekly meeting.
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- THE LATEST -
Join us for the second and final week of our mini-series "A Beautiful Design." Two weeks ago Shane began the series by examining the origins of sexuality, gender, and our identity as sons and daughters of God. This Sunday, he'll follow up on that sermon and dive more deeply into issues of sex, sexuality, sexual identity, and gender. This is an important message, don't miss it!
Our new series, "The Four G's" is starting in a few weeks, and we're asking you to tell us how God has been Good, Gracious, Glorious, and Great to you! Simply shoot a quick 10-15 video talking about one of these attributes of God and post it to Instagram. Be sure to tag it #Resonate4Gs & #WeAreResonate and we'll repost your video!
For many of us, the gulf between who we want to be and what our daily life actually looks like is quite large – larger than we'd like to admit! According to the Bible, we are new people in Christ, and we all believe this, well kind of . . . It doesn't always feel like we're new people.
For the first time since 1964, a category 4 hurricane landed in the country of Haiti. Hurricane Matthew, with sustained winds of 145mph, is bringing catastrophic damage in communities incapable of handling straight line winds and rising flood waters. Cities on the coast are being affected with storm surge, and other communities in the mountainside face mudslides.
How can we love with excellence the millions of orphaned and vulnerable children in our world who have lost their parents, have no relatives to love them well, and likely will not be adopted?
Many christians are confused by the homosexuality debate raging in the US, and they're looking for resources based solidly on a deep study of what Scripture says about the issue. In his book, A People to Be Loved, Preston Sprinkle challenges those on all sides of the debate to consider what the Bible says and how we should approach the topic of homosexuality in light of Scripture.