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10:00 AM

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1250 Heritage Lake Blvd.

Knoxville, TN 37922

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Sunday quotes

Here are the quotes Bill used in his message on Sunday. "The pastor by definition is a shepherd, the under-shepherd of the flock of God. His primary task is to feed the flock by leading them to green pastures. He also has to care for them when they are sick or hurt, and seek them when they go astray. The importance of the pastor depends on the value of the sheep." Will...

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Sunday preview

Here is a preview of what we are planning for this Sunday. First of all, our Cornerstone U on the doctrine of God continues. It's meeting in the White Oak Room at 8:45 am. Here are the songs we are planning to sing together: All Creatures of our God and King How Rich a Treasure We Possess Our Only Hope is You Hallelujah to My King He Will Hold Me Fast For our ...

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Leaders Retreat

Here are some recent photos of our recent leaders retreat to Doe River Gorge. We thank God for these men, their investment in this church, and how the Lord met us on this retreat. Delete 2016 Leaders Retreat ...

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A Prayer for the New Year

This was our pastoral prayer from Sunday morning: Father, All glory be to you! Thank you for making us your people through the work of Jesus Christ! You have fulfilled the promises of your word through Him. As we look forward to that day when we will see you face to face, we pray that we would experience you in fresh and new ways this year. We ask you to increase our hun...

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Psalm 1 Quotes

Here are some of the quotes Jake used Sunday in his message on Psalm 1. You can listen to or download the message here. "It is an old saying, and possibly a true one, that every man is seeking after happiness. If it is so, then every man should read this Psalm, for this directs us where happiness is to be found in its highest degree and purest form" -- Charles Spurgeon...

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Bible reading plans

If you are ambitious to read more of the Bible in this coming year, there are more tools than ever before to keep you on track. Whatever your goal, here are some tools to help: 1) Read through the New Testament To read through the New Testament in a year, read a chapter each weekday and take off the weekends. There are 260 chapters, so 52 weeks of reading 5 chapters wi...

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Word of Christ quotes

Here are the quotes from Sunday's messagefrom Colossians 3:16. Matthew Henry "It must dwell in us, or keep house, not as a servant but as a master." Ephesians 5:18b-20 "Be filled with the Spirit, addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart, giving thanks always and for everything to God the ...

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Announcements recap

On Sunday, we prayed for Jason Graf who will be deployed this coming week. Afer praying for him, here are the announcements Jeff highlighted for us: It is the kindness of the Lord that Jason's deployment happens after, and not before, the family got to celebrate Christmastime together. So glad you've been here with us, buddy, and are here today. While you are over there, ...

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Announcements recap

Here are the things we highlighted during our church life section on Sunday. Christmas Eve Service -- this Thursday at 5 pm. Join us for our annual one-hour Christmas Eve Service where we will sing some traditional christmas carols and be encouraged from God's Word. We'll also have a brief storytime section for the kids. It's become an annual tradition for many familie...

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Sunday preview

This Sunday, we are continuing our Advent seriesIndestuctible Hope. We'll have the kids with us for singing and we'll have a break before the message so that you can check your children into childrens ministry. We'll also have a connect lunch after the service for those 50+. Here is a look at what we are planning. Singing: Angels We Have Heard on High Joy to the Worl...

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