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Jason Elvington Preaches During The Reboot Sermon Series

Thank you Jason for sharing God's word with us last night in our evening worship service.  It was great to tag team the pm "Reboot" series from Romans with you.  It is important for every believer to remember that when we accept Jesus Christ as our Savior and Lord, we become unified with Him. (Romans 6:1-7).  Jesus does not leave us alone to "figure" out our faith or wish us the best of luck.  He forever infuses Himself into our life and sets us free from the curse of sin.  My favorite point was:

"God not only forgives us of our sins, He pulls us out of them!"

We are fortunate to have you reaching out to our youth and families as our Youth Pastor.  God is using you and Elizabeth in mighty ways.  GREAT JOB!

In Him,

Pastor James

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