Celebrating the Triumph of Jesus and the Gospel

November 1st is the Christian holiday known as All Saints' Day.  It is the celebration of the victory of Christians who are united by faith with King Jesus in His... [more]

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Spirituality Starts with Our Worship Together

Do you ever feel like your personal devotional life is an ongoing cycle of fits and starts that leaves you discouraged?  Does the idea of family worship sound exhausting or... [more]

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The Depth of Sin and the Depth of Mercy

The Depth of Sin and the Depth of Mercy

Part of what it means to have "Gospel-centered worship" is that we take our sin seriously.  Why do... [more]

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Summer Reading that will Shape Us

As a church community, we want to always be reading things that will shape us, sharpen us, and equip us to live as a community in mission, rooted in the... [more]

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What's Redeemer Doing Over the Summer?

We had a great series of vision meetings.  If you missed them, you can listen to the audio by clicking Sermons and scroll to Vision Meetings.

Now the question is: What's next?

A... [more]

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Some thoughts on Redeemer's worship music

Often the first question we ask about a church is: "What is their worship like?"  And by this, we usually mean "is it contemporary or traditional?  Do they use guitars... [more]

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What Is Worship Really All About?

All churches have a "worship service", but why?  Why does Redeemer's worship look the way it does?

Here are some thoughts on what we call our "Philosophy of Worship" at Redeemer.

Worship... [more]

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What Does Redeemer's Logo Symbolize?

A logo is a symbol.  Every symbol communicates something.  What is Redeemer Temple's logo intended to communicate?

Obviously, it is a cross that identifies us as... [more]

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Why Plant a Church?

"What do you do?"

"I'm the pastor of a new church plant."

[Silence]

This answer is usually met with puzzled looks and often the next question that follows is: "So where is your... [more]

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