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Good Friday + Easter Schedule

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Good Friday Join us for a special Good Friday service on Friday, April 2 at 6:30 pm to reflect on the death of Jesus and what that means for us today. Child care will not be available for this service. View via live stream at the link below. Good Friday Live Stream at 6:30 pm Easter Sunday Bring your family, friends, and neighbors to celebrate Jesus' resurrection t...

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Holy Week Family Devotional

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PALM SUNDAY Here Comes The King! Matthew 21:1-11 Thousands of Jews were traveling to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover Festival. With the first Passover (Exodus 11-12), God rescued his people, Israel, from slavery to the Egyptians. Through the sacrifice of a perfect lamb, the Angel of Death passed over Israel's homes and spared the death of the firstborn sons. Celebr...

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God Reigns: Thoughts on the Election Season

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For those I have not had the pleasure of meeting, my name is Jonathan Suggs, and I am the newest Generation LINK resident here at Citadel Square. You might remember me from the sermon a few weeks ago - I'm the young guy who Pastor Steve Heron asked what year I was born. In case you missed it, the answer is 1997 (although my beard and my male pattern baldness may portray so...

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Songs We Sing: "We Will Feast in the House of Zion"

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"But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, who will transform our lowly body to be like his glorious body, by the power that enables him even to subject all things to himself." - Phillipians 3:20-21 This past Sunday we had the opportunity to sing about the fulfillment of God's promise to redeem and restore when we will worship...

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Undivided: Segregation and Systems

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Segregation and Systems - The Civil Rights Era to Now In the final Undividedhistory video, we see how segregation, voter suppression, and housing laws were overcome during the Civil Rights era, only to be replaced with continued systems of injustice. As we have learned these last three weeks, God calls us to action against injustice - to "Do justice, love mercy, and walk...

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Undivided: Undermining Freedom

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Undermining Freedom - Understanding Reconstruction and Jim Crow As part oftheUndividedseries, here is a second video addressingSouth Carolina's past andwhat happened after the Civil War to undermine the freedom of African Americans. We hope you find it enlightening and challenging as we continue to examine how we ought to think about racism, justice, and reconciliation fo...

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Undivided: History vs. Nostalgia

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History vs. Nostalgia - South Carolina's Racist Past As part ofthe Undivided series, we want to highlight a video that addressesSouth Carolina's past and how South Carolina pastors defended slavery. We hope you find it enlightening and challenging as we continue to examine how we ought to think about racism, justice, and reconciliation for our church and our city.Thanks t...

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Some Resources on Racism and Justice

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The conversation of racism and justice is one we want to enter into as a church body, so we've compiled a set of resources to help us all learn more about the topics of racism and justice. While there are many more resources we could share, these things to watch, things to read, and things to do are a great starting point. Things ToWatch Dr. Tony Evans Speaks from His ...

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A Statement from Pastor Steve Heron on Social Injustice

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Watch as Pastor Steve Heron shares his thoughts about racial injustice and how to respond to the social unrest in our nation. ...

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