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Saying Goodbye to Sunday Morning-Only Christianity

We want to equip our people to live all of life under the lordship of Jesus Christ with his empowering presence. Living in gospel-saturated community is crucial for our spiritual growth. With that in mind, check out the article below - written by Jeff Vanderstelt for The Verge - and consider how you can get involved in a community of believers. For far too many Christ...

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A Update from Pastor Craig Tuck

Dear Centerpoint Family, Thank you for your prayers and commending words regarding my leadership transition to the Charleston Baptist Association (CBA). I rejoice to share that the Executive Committee of pastors and church leaders of the CBA unanimously approved my appointment to the Executive Director position, which will take effect on March 1. This role changes my...

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Gospel Hospitality

The following post was written by Jeff Vanderstelt and originally appeared at Gospel Centered Discipleship. Hospitality is a forgotten art. It also has a lost biblical history. We can recover the art of hospitality by understanding what it is and discerning how the gospel changes our notions of hospitality. In general, hospitality is about treating strangers as equals...

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Women and Men

Last week Pastor Steve Heron preached from Colossians about the role of a Christian wife, and this week he will focus on the role of a Christian husband. As Steve mentioned Sunday, the scriptures teach that God created us in his image, with men and women as equals, but gave us different roles to fulfill. For both single and married - this is a topic that is extremely im...

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Why Is Church Membership Important?

In our study of Colossians, Pastor Steve Heron has hit on the importance of Christian community - having people in your life who will help you grow, encourage you, be patient with you, and who will hold you accountable for when you mess up. Our hope is to be a church who lives up to this standard, pursuing community together and building one another up in love. Membersh...

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