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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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Christ Church News & Encouragement from Pastor Jon

Dearest Members of Christ Church, The past three years have been a wonderful whirlwind of growth and blessing at Christ Church Presbyterian. It's been amazing to watch God work through His Word to gather together a new church body one with passion for God, love for one another, and a big heart for the lost. What a joy to watch our Lord create a new local congregation thro...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: July 10, 2016

Sunday, July 10, 2016: AMRevelation 21:1-8 How should Christians respond to the changing culture? How should we not respond? Why?What picture does Revelation 21 paint of the New Heavens and New Earth?What is the significance of New Jerusalem? What is the significance of God dwelling with man?What is the encouragement and hope found in this text?What warning is there for t...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: July 3, 2016

Sunday, July 3, 2016: AMPsalm 14 Why is the atheistic worldview unreasonable?What is the consequence of an atheistic worldview on meaning and morality?Why is it important that Psalm 14:1 is referencing moral foolishness? How is disbelief in God a moral problem?What is the hope that Psalm 14 gives in the midst of mankind's dismal condition? Sunday, July 3, 2016: PM1 Samue...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: June 12, 2016

Sunday, June 12, 2016: AMRomans 1:18-32 How should Christians be responding to the moral revolution happening in our day?Why does Paul open up this section talking about the wrath of God?What does he mean by writing "God gave them up"? What does this not mean?What does it mean to "exchange the truth of God for a lie"? What are the various ways people can be guilty of this...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: June 5, 2016

Sunday, June 5, 2016: AMColossians 3:12-17 This text is essentially Part II of an argument Paul started in vs. 5. How do verses 12-17 complement what Paul wrote in verses 5-11?How does Paul remind his readers about their identity? Why is this important?How are the characteristics of verses 12-15 the opposite of a self-focused, proud life?What is Paul's logic with why Chri...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: May 29, 2016

Sunday, May 29, 2016: AMGenesis 2:18-25 How should Christians respond to the moral revolution happening in our day?What should define truth regarding marriage and sexuality? Why?What does it mean that marriage is a divinely established institution? What implications does this have for the way that we view marriage?How is marriage a gift? How does the Bible view sex and se...

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It has often been said that to avoid conflict at family gatherings it is best to leave religion, politics, and parenting out of the conversation. Perhaps the subject of church music should be added to the list as well. If any subject elicits strong opinions and emotional responses among Christians, it's this one. Heated responses may be attributed to the myriad genres of ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: May 1, 2016

Sunday, May 1, 2016: AMLuke 20:9-18 How does the context of this parable help us to understand it?Who do the characters in the parable represent? How do we see Israel's history in the parable?How does this parable help show the extravagant nature of grace and the Gospel?How is this parable a warning? How does it show the mercy of God?Sunday, May 1, 2016: PM1 Samuel 19:1-2...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: May 8, 2016

Sunday, May 8, 2016: AMLuke 20:19-26 Why did the Scribes and chief priests want to destroy Jesus?Why did these leaders think they could trap Jesus with this question?How was Jesus's answer the perfect response?What does Jesus' response teach us about our attitude toward government?What is the doctrine of the two kingdoms? How does that doctrine affect the way Christians t...

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He Descended Into Hell

He Descended Into Hell Have you ever wondered what is meant by this little four word clause in the Apostles' Creed: "He descended into Hell?" When Christ died on the cross his body went into the grave, his spirit into the hands of the Father, and his suffering was over (Luke 23:43, 46). This raises questions, however, concerning the article "He descended into hell." What ...

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