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Sunday Worship Services
10:30am – Morning Worship
5:30pm – Evening Worship
(at St. Paul's Lutheran,
604 Pitt St. Mt. Pleasant)
Church Address
Moultrie Middle School
645 Coleman Boulevard
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464

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Dear Members and Friends of Christ Church, The hot and humid dog days of summer in Charleston are upon us. I will never forget the first time I experienced the muggy humidity of the South. It was mid-August, and I was disembarking a flight from humidity-free Northern California to an exceedingly balmy Greenville, South Carolina, preparing to start my freshman year at Clem...

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The Gospel Reformation Network is a network of PCA ministers seeking to cultivate and encourage healthy Reformed churches within the PCA. For an introduction to the work of the GRN please watch the brief video linked below: http://gospelreformation.net/gospel-reformation-network-video/ ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: May 21, 2017

Sunday, May 21, 2017Galatians 4:1-7 How can digital technology affect our sense of self or identity? Why is "identity confusion" often a problem associated with the use of social media? What are some negative effects that social media is having on us? How should Christians view the fundamental aspects of their identity? Why is a right understanding of the Gospel esse...

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Healthy Church Growth

The best kind of church growth is that which is spiritual. Don't get me wrong, I want our congregation to grow numerically. I would love for our giving to increase. I long for the pews in Lord's Day morning and evening worship to be full of passionate worshippers. But more important than nickels and noses is the growing spiritual maturity of Christ's flock. The shaping of ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: March 12, 2017

Sunday, March 12, 2017: AMLuke 24:50-53 This series from Luke was called 'Redemption Accomplished.' Why is that a fitting title, and how does the ascension help us to see that redemption was indeed accomplished?Why is it significant that Christ gives a benediction to his disciples?How should Christians today think about the benediction they receive at the conclusion of a ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: March 5, 2017

Sunday, March 5, 2017: AMLuke 24:36-49 Why does Jesus greet the disciples with the declaration "Peace to you"?How is this declaration of peace comforting to us as well?Why must you first have peace with God before you can have the peace of God?What is the connection between resurrection and gospel mission? Sunday, March 5, 2017: PM1 Peter 2:18-23 What do Peter's instruc...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: February 26, 2017

Sunday, February 26, 2017Luke 24:13-35 Why did Jesus disguise himself and join these two on their journey? What does this teach us?What is the beautiful irony about his questions to them and their response to him?Why did Jesus call them "foolish" and "slow of heart"? How can we be guilty of such foolishness and slowness of heart?What is the significance of Jesus' sermon t...

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Words Matter: Godly Speech in a Culture of Profanity

A few years ago, while on sabbatical, I attended an Edinburgh Hearts F.C. soccer match at Tynecastle Stadium with my seven year old son, Hans. We were excited to watch a live Scottish First Division fixture, and to cheer on the home side. The game was enjoyable until the Hearts' defense broke down and the visiting team scored three quick goals before halftime. The crowd su...

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Christ Church | 2017 Reading Challenge

Dearest Members of Christ Church, God's Word exhorts us to "not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind" (Rom. 12:2a). This, however, does not just "happen." In order for our minds to be continually renewed we must be continually exposed to God's truth. Of course, this happens every Lord's Day in morning and evening worship through the r...

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Loving and Merciful Heavenly Father, "Not to us, O LORD, not to us, but to your name give glory; for the sake of your steadfast love and faithfulness" (Ps. 115:1). Another year has passed, and a new year has begun. As our calendars change we are mindful of the brief passage of time that this life affords. The Psalmist reminds us that the "years of our life are seventy; or...

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