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What Shapes You?

This pandemic has given us new, creative ways to “come together” as a community to share the things God is placing on our hearts. Online conversations, Whole Care Check-In’s, Socially Distanced Small Group Tailgating.
Over the next four Sundays I’ll share four passages of scripture that are shaping me. Our hope is that in the sharing of scriptures that are shaping us, you might find God wanting to shape you.

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Finishing Well

Around age 45, I realized I could see the second half of my life and the finish line. It’s a sobering vision because you realize that you have more miles in your rearview mirror then you do in the windshield ahead of you. Now as I am about to turn 50, I’m finding inspiration in the message of the burning bush.

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Ways to dive deeper into our weekly content.

As the quarantined weeks ago by, we are finding more and more ways to express ourselves and connect digitally. But in many ways, your spiritual growth is in your hands. With the amount of content being shared, we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss these resources we are providing to supplement our regular live streams.

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Community in the Time of Coronavirus

The idea of social distancing and small group community would seem to be in direct conflict with each other. But the community we have at Pulpit Rock is strong and resilient! Here’s how three of our small groups  are adapting their small group to life during COVID-19. 

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The Gift of Rescue

$30,000. That’s how much we chose to give to The Exodus Road from this past year’s Christmas Offering. We thought it was a good gift to help fund the fight against human trafficking in Latin America. Little did we know just how much that $30,000 would be needed this year.

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Introducing … Mercy Masks

As with all of us, Faye Palmer’s life as a music teacher changed dramatically as a result of the pandemic. Nonetheless, she has found a beautiful way to serve and encourage others during the quarantine.

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