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The Present Help of the Gospel

How is the gospel important not just for moving from unbelief to belief, but also to have power in our daily walk with Christ?...

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Ecclesiastes: Answering Absurdity | Fall 2018 Sermon Series


Many have said that Ecclesiastes is the question for which the rest of the Bible is the answer... ...

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Sermon Series for the Summer - Practicing Prayer with the Psalms


How do the Psalms teach us to pray? They take us through all of the range of emotion that one would bring to a Holy God who delights in the prayers of his people....

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Saying "It Is Well" When Sorrows Come


How do we understand the sovereignty of a good God who allows his people to suffer? How do we as a people love one another well when a member suffers? We need to explore together how to make sense of suffering and sovereignty and learn what it means to lament and hope together as a community....

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Summer of Rest Ideas & Resources

A few weeks ago our Elders announced that this summer will be a Summer of Rest for our discipleship/teaching team. Read more about it here. Use the resource list below to brainstorm your own ideas about possible activities, family devotionals, reading materials, and other ideas to help you and your family continue to be spiritually nourished, relationally connected, and m...

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Dentistry Is Ministry | Faithful Living in a Fallen World

A real life example of faithful living in a fallen world....

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Discipleship Ministry Updates | February 2015

Here's an update on a few of the ways we are working to fine tune Discipleship Ministries at MPC....

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NEW Adult Bible Classes for Fall 2014

What does the Bible say about growing in the knowledge and grace of Jesus and in our love for one another? Our three Fall classes are focused on the theme "The Church and Her People."...

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In Combat You Need A Buddy

MPC Deacon, Paul Hartgrove, recounts a powerful story about a lesson he learned from a WWII veteran....

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Switching Gears into Summer 2014

We wanted to write a quick update and let you know some exciting things that are happening. Our New Summer Series, an update on the City Launch, and some tips on how to Stay Connected amid all of our Summer Commitments. With Memorial Day behind us, and school wrapping to a close, it is unmistakable: Summer time is here. Children will have more free time, and parents less....

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