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    Is It Possible to Not Know What You Know?

    2/1/18 | by Rick Foster

    The New Testament gives us two different words for the term “know”. The first is oida (oi,da). It means to know in the sense of having mental information. So, it describes our ability as humans to understand, to grasp meaning, or to...

      What Do You Expect?

      1/2/18 | by Brad Braley

      Please pardon my repetition.  Recently, Pastor Rick encouraged us in his teaching with Romans 8:32: "He who did not spare His own Son, but delivered Him over for us all, how will He not also with Him freely give us all...


        12/1/17 | by Tom Marsala

        We all have scar stories.  We can glance down at our arm and see a scar from a wound we received some 30 years ago and memories flood into our mind of that particular event.  In 2013 I had surgery to fix some stuff in my abdomen. ...

          Unity Amongst Diversity Is a Work of the Spirit!

          11/1/17 | by Julie Gustine

          I think we can all agree that many times in our lives we encounter challenges that seem beyond our ability to understand, beyond our ability to overcome, beyond our ability to “fix.” If we are honest, that challenge quite often is...