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Why We Celebrate Advent

Why Advent? The people walking in darknesshave seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darknessa light has dawned. (Isaiah 9:2) It's that time of year again. No sooner than the turkey and dressing is polished off on Thanksgiving day do we quickly begin the yearly transition: it's time to get ready for Christmas.Feliz Navidadis already on the ra...

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Orphan Care

This week, as we begin our collection of gifts to support the Lowcountry Orphan Relief stocking initiative, we hear from Libby Galloway, a member of Citadel Square who is passionate about orphan care, adoption and mobilizing our church to help organizations like Lowcountry Orphan Relief. What is Lowcountry Orphan Relief? What do they do?LOR is a local nonprofit organizati...

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Walk for Life 2017 Recap

Thank you to the entire Citadel Square family for all the support of the unborn and their families at the Lowcountry Walk for Life this past Saturday! Our church had the privilegeof hosting the cookout for the walk and we had 48 volunteers from our churchrepresenting four different community groups. Our crew served over 600 hot dogs and raised$6,525 of the $108,500 total. ...

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What Is Worship - Part 2

In last week's post, we learned that worship is not primarily about music and certainly isn't confined to Sunday mornings. Worship is an all-of-life response that declares what we desire most, what we trust in, and what we will submit to. So, what does this all-inclusive view of worship mean for the whole church when we get together on Sunday mornings? Why do we li...

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What is Worship? - Part 1

I have been involved in leading worship in some capacity for more than 10 years. I've served in large churches, traditional churches and church plants, all with different styles and approaches to worship. The most important thing I have learned over time is that worship is not really about music. The truth is - you and I were made for worship, but worship is much more...

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How to Make Halloween Missional

Halloween can be a strange holiday for Christians. On one hand, it celebrates some pretty dark things. On the other hand,it is the one night each year when the neighborhood comes to your front door.So how can we use this strange time for good?Here are a couple of simple principles for you to seize the opportunities Halloween will present in your neighborhood this year. ...

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4 Reasons Small Groups Are Important

This post was written by Ed Stetzer and originally appeared on the Exchangeat Christianity Today. If you think community is an important part of healthy church life, and I hope you do, then small groups should also be important to you. They are actually crucial to the life of any church. I'm not the only one who thinks sowe have the research to back it up. For the book...

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Walking For Life

We are gearing up for this year's Lowcountry Walk for Life on Saturday, November 4. The Walk is an annual fundraiser for the Lowcountry Pregnancy Center, which has locations in North Charleston, West Ashley and Orangeburg. Each site serves young moms, babies, and families by providing free medical care, pregnancy support, parenting education and more. In 2016 alone, the ...

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Introducing Morgan Tuck

At Citadel Square, we love children and take kids ministry very seriously! As Pastor Steve said on Sunday - kids ministry is not just babysitting - we have the privilege of shaping young minds to know scripture and connect to Jesus! Making this happen takes leadership, and for the last year and a half, we have been grateful to have Suzanne Heron and Amy Lee Ingham faithful...

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Five Natural Ways to Get to the Gospel

This week's post was written by Jimmy Needham for Desiring God. In light of our discussions on being a church that proclaims the message of the gospel and our upcoming Evangelism Training, we hope that you find this resource helpful. Think of evangelism like a road trip. Every trip you take has a beginning and an end. You determine your route not only by your destinatio...

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