Stepping into Simplicity

Simplicity is just like bible study, prayer, and fasting. It is not something you will achieve next week but are called to press into day-by-day. While we can’t instantly achieve perfect simplicity, we can take practical steps to consider and move toward it.

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Tyler Speck
CoaH Brighton Update

CoaH Brighton is just 7 months away from launching our church at Brighton High School! Pastor Aaron shares some updates as well as how we can be praying for CoaH Brighton!

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Weep with Those Who Weep

It doesn't matter if you do not know someone who has been sexually abused (statistics say you actually do), weep when you read the stories in the report. Weep when you see pictures of the girls and boys that have been abused. Their innocence taken too young, and exposed to the evils of sin in the people they trusted.

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Tyler Speck
My weekend with the next generation of Christ followers...

It's a strange thing about being an adult. You can quickly forget how the investments of people into your childhood and youth shaped you forever into the person you are today. For me, Youth Encountering Christ (YEC) has been a wonderful reminder of how crucial this stage of life is and how God is inviting us to participate usher in a new generation of believers into his family.

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My Journey to White Grief

I remember when it hit me. I was listening to a group of black pastors, around my age, share experiences of being profiled and discriminated against and it occurred to me: I have been blind to my privilege. These were men who, like me, were born after the Civil Rights movement. I used to think while there were vestiges of racism left, certainly our nation has reached a point where equality is the rule. While we may generally condemn overt racism as a society, we often miss the covert racism which still impacts the lives of black men and women nearly every day.

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Racial Reconciliation and the Sanctity of Life

In preparation for this Sunday’s sermon on the sanctity of life and racial reconciliation, Steven Castello, our CG director and church planting resident, shares why these are gospel issues and encourages us to approach them with humility and hearts open to what the Word says as well as to one another.

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The Imperfect Sunday

Sunday mornings often feel like a train wreck. Everything can seemingly go wrong, every conceivable problem can arise, but God is still good. And despite our imperfections he is made known on the worst of Sundays.

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2018 CoaH Art Conference

Dr. David Mills, Acting Dean at Champlain College in Burlington, VT, led a workshop to help us probe the nature and value of art, reveal artistry in relation to church history, and help us apply what we learn to contemporary practice.

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