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Pastoral Search Update 1

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  Greetings Truth Point Church, We are grateful for the encouragement we have received from you all, and we ask that you persistently pray for us and for our next pastor, especially during this search process. We are committed to making consistent and regular updates to our...

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Tags: search, pastoral, committee

Celebrating the Lord’s Supper in 2020

Posted by Jason Bradshaw on

While it is not mandated that the Lord's Supper be given at every church service, it is still a vital element of Christian worship, whether it is celebrated weekly, monthly, or yearly. Here at Truth Point Church, we have enjoyed this feast to remember the work of Jesus and our union with him...

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Tags: communion, lord's supper, sacrament

Pastoral Search Plan

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  Dear TPC Family, On behalf of the session, I want to say thank you to the many of you who took the time to send in your feedback on the recent survey we sent to all members! That info has already been so valuable to us and will continue to help the Pastoral Search Committee once it is...

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Happy Father's Day!

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To the Fathers and Sons of TPC, Father’s Day is almost here and life is anything but normal. Over the past three months, 2020 has brought an unexpected season at home and abroad, and uncertainty still lurks ahead. Thankfully we know the One for whom nothing is uncertain, but the question...

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Happy Mother's Day!

Posted by Phoebe Greenberg & Brooke Smith on

    To Moms & Mom Fans, With Mother’s Day upon us and being mothers ourselves, we wanted to take a moment to ask; How should the church respond to Mother’s Day, especially in the midst of a pandemic? Mother’s Day is a time for us all to intentionally think about...

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Meet our New Interim Pastor: Dr. Tim Sansbury

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  Dear TPC Family and Friends, It is our great privilege to inform you that we have selected and confirmed Dr. Timothy Sansbury to be our Interim Pastor upon Pastor Jeremy’s official departure in May. Here is a little bit about Tim and the role that he’ll be filling. Dr...

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Tags: pastor, interim, dr. tim sansbury

Be the Salt of Your Square

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“You are the salt of the earth.” (Matt. 5:13)   Recently, I watched the Christian documentary Burma Free Rangers that tells the story of a missionary family that serves those in the middle of war zones. It is a powerful film for many reasons, but most poignantly the film...

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Tags: christianity, salt, earth

Finding Christ and Assurance at the Lord’s Table

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Life can be distracting and so can the various elements at church. For instance, what do you think about when it’s time to take communion? Maybe you have an internal conflict between taking the wine or the juice? Or maybe you have a silent hope that the cracker will be larger than last...

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Tags: communion, lord's supper, sacrament

Don’t Forget to Breathe

Posted by Terry Brent on

Stop reading this for a second and take a huge deep breath—go ahead, right there in your seat. A deep breath is free, and only by the grace of God, the air is available and contains what we need to live. In breathing deeply, a more concentrated amount of oxygen goes to the lungs which...

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Forged in Fire

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"Beloved, do not be surprised at the fiery trial…" A show that I've recently enjoyed watching is called Forged in Fire. I actually liked the show so much that I asked my wife if I could have a forge in our back-lawn area. She said no (probably for the best). The show has four contestants...

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Tags: fire, hardship, trial, struggle, forge

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