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  • Danville

      Danville

      21589 DMC Highway 79
      Danville, IA 52623

      Service Times

      Sundays 10 AM

      Campus InfoMap

      Campus Pastor

      Chris Carr

  • Burlington

      Burlington

      550 Division Street
      Burlington, IA 52601

      SERVICE TIMES

      Sundays 10:30AM

       

      Campus InfoMap

      Campus Pastor

      Nathan Williams

  • Fort Madison

      Fort Madison

      1602 Avenue F
      Fort Madison, IA 52627

      Service Times

      Sundays 10:30AM

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      Campus Pastor

      Andrew Wiese

  • Nauvoo

      Nauvoo

      2125 Mulholland St.
      Nauvoo, IL 62354

      Service Times

      Sundays 10:30 AM

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      Campus Pastor

      TJ Widbin

Blog

Community Covers a Thousand Threats

Posted by David Mathis on

Sadly, I have seen it happen over and over: how neglecting real, consistent, committed Christian community goes hand in hand with a cooling heart for Christ.

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A Wakeup Call for People of Faith in the Twenty-First Century

Posted by Guest Author on

We have entered an age where world religions are having a key role in the rise of global conflicts, and in which therefore people of all faiths will have to play a key role as peacemakers. If we do not rise to this unprecedented challenge in the most robust ways, we will have failed in our most...

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What Does it Mean to Love God?

Posted by Brock Ita on

What does it mean to love God? Loving God with your heart and with all that you are is the first and great command of Jesus. In Matthew 10:37, Jesus says, “If you love your father and mother more than you love me, you are not worthy of being mine;” (that’s harsh but then he takes it one step...

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Tags: command, god, heart, jesus, love, prayer, valentines day, what does it mean

Adopted for Life

Posted by Byers Wolf on

Adoption is something that my wife and I have discussed over the last 5 years of our marriage. In conversation, we both affirmed that we would like to adopt, but had never discussed in detail why we would “want” to.

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Tags: adopt, adoption, book review, christian, church, fatherless, orphan

The Sunrise Service

Posted by Wendell Williams on

It was Easter morning, and the rising sun was just beginning to show its edge on the eastern horizon. Two dozen people stood in ankle deep fresh snow on the edge of a deep coulee in northern Colorado to experience that Easter sunrise service.

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Tags: easter, jesus, resurrection, risen, sunrise

The Final Payment

Posted by Andrew Wiese on

My wife often accuses me of including extra details in a story. She would rather me get to the point. I have a hard time leaving out all of the little pieces that are related to the main story, but really have no impact on it. Sometimes passages in the Bible can seem the same way. Additional...

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Tags: good friday, jesus, sacrifice

Good Friday Reflection

Posted by Jake Waid on

What can we mean by Good Friday? Surely it cannot be “good” in a just sense; for the Perfect One, the Creator of the World, God himself, hung in languid agony on the cross.

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Love So Amazing

Posted by Karla Cornick on

Science has made some incredible advancements in the past twenty years, especially in the medical field. I’m really interested in what the research on blood and DNA has revealed. For instance, most of us know that a person’s blood can be used to confirm paternity. But did you know that...

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Tags: blood, easter, love, sacrifice

Perfect Selfless Love

Posted by Rachel Lane on

Three crosses on a hill, rainbows, angels and tombs are regularly what come to mind when thinking about Easter. Usually light and airy, like what we would hear in Sunday school as a kid. Instead, Easter is the display of perfect, selfless, love towards mankind. A kind of love that is so great...

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Written by God, Illustrated by the Cross

Posted by Mariah Wolfe on

Let me start this off by sharing a very real, unmasked confession with you all; I am guilty of idolatry. As sinful humans, in our wayward struggles we often replace Jesus with things of this world; from the number in our bank accounts to sports to idolizing people unworthy of our praise. I find...

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