Habits of a Growing Christian

March 10, 2017

Do you know that you have more control over your spiritual growth than you might think? In his classic work The Spirit of the Disciplines: Understanding How God Changes Lives author Dallas Willard defines a spiritual discipline as “an activity undertaken to bring us into more effective cooperation with Christ and His Kingdom.” Willard goes […]

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What is Worship?

January 31, 2017

When you hear the word worship, what comes to your mind? If I’m honest, the first thing I think of is music. In the Christian recording industry, the words worship and music have almost become synonymous. Even church terminology has changed over time to call the role of the Music Minister a Worship Leader or […]

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Tell Your Story

November 1, 2016

At the beginning of this year our Pastor challenged us to “Go There” in 2016. As we come to the close of this year, I wonder how we’re doing with this challenge? Go there is simply a call to be intentional in our daily walk as we share the gospel in the places, situations, and relationships […]

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What are Life Groups?

August 25, 2016

What are Life Groups and why do we choose to use the term Life Groups instead of “Sunday School Classes” here at Warren?  Life Groups Nurture Spiritual Maturity Intentionality in spiritual growth. A way of life that is centered on Jesus is marked by the ongoing pursuit of spiritual maturity. Scripture says that those who […]

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The Lord’s Supper

April 3, 2016

What is The Lord’s Supper? The Lord’s Supper is a sacred and symbolic way of remembering the death of Jesus and renewing our commitment to Him. During the Lord’s Supper, believers… • Remember Christ’s death on their behalf • Examine their lives in light of God’s mercy and love • Engage in confession and recommitment […]

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March 19, 2016

What is baptism? – Baptism is a symbolic act of commitment to Jesus. It is a visual picture of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus in which a believer identifies with Jesus and shows their willingness to die to their old way of life and begin living a new life with Jesus. As such, baptism […]

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