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Is Silence Really Complicity?

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Many people have an impulse these days to rise up and do something about what’s happening in the world. But often, we are unaware what we can or should do about a given issue. Few of us are actually in a position to change something or make a difference on global, social issues, but we know intuitively that doesn’t mean we should just sit back and do nothing. So what s...

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Don’t Quarrel Over Opinions

SGC Midland Blogpost

We are not the first generation to feel very strongly and passionately about our issues. But it sure seems that the political and cultural climate of our day has created an atmosphere of intense “convictions” over things that should engender far more discussion than the knee-jerk cancellations that are the new normal. But the fact that the Bible does not directly tell ...

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Suggested Guidelines for Attending Live Service at SGC

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Martin Luther, when faced with an epidemic in his own day (hundreds of years before any knowledge of bacteria or virus), responded so wisely: "I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Then I shall fumigate, help purify the air, administer medicine and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus ...

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How can we "seek the good of our neighbor" during this time?

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Strengthening Gospel Partnerships in Nepal

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We believe God calls us to go to our neighborhoods and to the nations to make disciples. One of the ways we can play a part in reaching the nations is by partnering with those in the field who are already laboring among unreached people groups and in hard to reach places. This past November, a team of 11 men and women representing 4 SG churches went to Kathmandu, Nepal. O...

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Excelling in Work without Idolizing Work

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There's something attractive about a job well done. Every time I walk into Rosa's Cafe (all three locations in Midland), I am captivated by the number of people behind the counter, each one doing his or her part, constantly moving with speed and efficiency, almost always getting the order right, moving massive amounts of people through the line at record speed, never compr...

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The Historical Reliability of Scripture

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Luke begins his gospel letting us know that he is writing an "orderly account" of what happened. He acknowledges that others have done the same thing. He tells us that he relied on "eyewitnesses and ministers of the Word" (1:2). He "followed all things closely for some time past" (1:3). And he's writing "that you may have certainty concerning the things you have been taugh...

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Why All the Drama, God?

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Am I the only one who pictures Charlton Heston and the scenes from his movie any time I read the story of the 10 Commandments or try to picture Moses? That story (and movie) has always been epic. But beyond the images of the classic film from the 1950s is a deeply theological and personal story. At first glance, it may appear to be a struggle between the forces of good (re...

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