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What’s a Good Bible Reading Plan?

If you have ever thought about reading your Bible, you’ve probably discovered the YouVersion Bible App for your phone. It’s a fantastic resource. However, once people find it, two of the most common questions I get are: I want to read the Bible but where do I start? I found the reading plans on YouVersion,…

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You love our music? So do your guests!

Here’s something almost every guest we meet at Connexus says about their first visit – “I loved the music!” Music is key to our vision of creating churches that unchurched people love to attend. Scripture says that “God inhabits the praises of His people”. After launching 11 years ago, we have some key equipment and…

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Befriending And Belonging In An Age Of Scorn

When we came across this post, we couldn’t help but be both challenged and encouraged, all at the same time. “Inviting others to belong and journey with us even before they believe with us or agree with us is a deeply Christian thing”. Good stuff, right? We reached out to our friends at scottsauls.com to share the…

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Galatians Challenge

Thanks so much for joining us for the Galatians Challenge! As we take on this challenge together, and read one chapter of Galatians each day, we thought it would be helpful to share a little context behind the book. Check out this great overview of the book of Galatians from Insight for Living. As you…

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7 Days of Prayer with Jeremy MacDonald

There was this young man with the prophet Elisha who became terrified when enemy armies surrounded the two of them one morning (2 Kings 6:15-18). Yet Elisha prayed for the man’s eyes to be opened to see the enormous armies of the Lord that were protecting the two of them. When I have walked through…

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7 Days of Prayer

Thanks for being part of our seven days of prayer. Here’s a short prayer based on the remarkable prayer in Daniel 9: 1-23 which we looked at today in the message.   Pray it in your own words or just as it’s printed below. Pray it slowly enough that you mean what you’re praying. Let…

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