What does Matthew 18:20 Mean?

The verse in Matthew 18, "For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them,” can be heard often in the church. But what does this verse really mean? Is God only present when multiple people gather? Does it mean that we can "have church" anywhere we want? In this episode, we look at the context and meaning of Matthew 18:20.

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Can You Attend Church Online?

Over the last 10 years or so, people have had options to participate in "online churches" - whether by watching live worship and services on their computer screens, or by joining small group discussion groups on their phone - but are those options really "church?" As our own church begins to live stream Sunday services, we discuss the benefits and concerns of moving spiritual content online and how a Christian should consider those digital resources. 

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Simplify in 2018

At the start of each new year, we all think of how we want it to be better than the last. New year's resolutions can be very helpful!But sometimes the most helpful thing we can do is identify what is keeping us from growth and to remove those things. 

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Revelations of Sexual Misconduct

Over the last few months, there has been a flood of revelations about the sexual misconduct in the workplace, particularly in the entertainment industry. Many men and women have come forward and expressed a range of sexual abuses they've endured by prominent figures in culture, including politicians, actors, producers, news anchors, and others. For us who are familiar with these personalities, yet very distant from the situations, it can be difficult to wrap our minds around this surge of accusations. In this episode, we consider the Christian's response

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Awkward Family Conversations

For many families, the holiday season brings with it several extended family gatherings. Almost inevitably, some comments and questions will be made that will make us a little uncomfortable. As we head into Thanksgiving and Christmas, here are our thoughts on how to handle awkward family conversations.

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