Grace and Gratitude in Every Season

November 6, 2017

Seasons, they come and go—winter, spring, summer, fall, single, married, young, old. We welcome the happy seasons, but merely endure the sad and hard ones, begging for change in the midst of that which is difficult. Do you agree that no matter the “season” we face, there is always room for grace and gratitude? In…

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Foggy Thoughts and Fickle Feet

October 16, 2017

“We make time for what we truly value. We build habits and routines around the things that really matter to us.” —C.J. Mahaney True statement. But we don’t always like to hear this when it comes to prioritizing time in God’s Word and prayer in our lives. The danger of just fitting the Word of…

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How to Have a Cross-Centered Life

October 13, 2017

In the midst of busy days and the demands of life, how do we continually focus upon the Gospel and live a cross-centered life? Our Pastor taught this week on the importance of living a cross-centered life in our current series on Galatians. He referenced a book by C.J. Mahaney, Living the Cross-Centered Life: Keeping…

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When Life’s Not Perfect

September 25, 2017

Several weeks ago I was sitting on my porch enjoying a quiet morning in God’s creation. It had been a long week. I was weary. I was exhausted. I was at the end of my strength. My porch is the place I love to sit and reflect. To enjoy creation and talk things over with…

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Walking in Freedom

September 4, 2017

This week we’ve journaled from Psalm 119:33-40 and 119:41-48. These are perhaps some of my favorite verses from Psalm 119. Over 20 years ago, these were some of the Scriptures the Lord used to bring about tremendous healing and freedom in my life. I grew up in church. I even walked the aisle and was…

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Marriage is a team sport

What Is Marriage?

August 21, 2017

What is Marriage? #1 EQUALITY: “Any picture of marriage that places one spouse above the other, as if one were more important than the other is not God’s picture of marriage. Husbands and wives must work with one another, not over one another. You are not there to control one another, but to serve one…

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Warren in the World 2017 Summer Recap

August 14, 2017

Did you know that this summer Warren Baptist Church went on 4 different mission trips, traveling the world from Swaziland to Ecuador to Boston and to Conyers! A grand total of 11,935 miles! Here’s a quick overview of our teams’ missions experiences: Swaziland In June, Amy Woody led a team of 22 people to Swaziland,…

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Are You A Wanderer?

August 13, 2017

Hello friends! Thanks for joining us as we journey through Psalm 119 this Fall in the Women of Warren: A Moment in the Word blog series. Each section of Psalm 119 begins with a letter of the Hebrew alphabet. It’s an acrostic. This week we will be reading and writing out the first two letters,…

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4 Truths About Worship

July 21, 2017

Is your worship contemporary or traditional? Are the lights up or down? Do you use hymnals or read words off a screen? Are the instruments electric or acoustic? Do people raise their hands? Is there a choir? These are questions people often ask about a church’s worship in order to determine if it’s worship they…

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