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New Member Testimony | Reid Williamson

A few weeks ago we had the joy of welcoming 44 new members at SGCL! One of them, Reid Williamson, shared his testimony with the church. We are so grateful for God's work in Reid's life! Reid Williamson Testimony from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Singing In Sorrow"

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This post is based on Jeff Purswell's sermon, Singing In Sorrow, given on November 12, 2017.   With the “most wonderful time of the year” right around the corner, many are preparing to travel near and far to gather with their loved ones. Whether by plane or by car, traveling over the holidays has its challenges; and if your family has ever traveled ...

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Sermon quotes: "The Joyful Journey"

“The essence of this city is its unity.” New Bible Commentary “What Jerusalem was to the Israelites the church is to the Christian. Here are his closest ties, his brethren and companions.” Derek Kidner “People who would never get along outside the church love one another inside it.” Tim Keller “The people of God should pray for ...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "The Joyful Journey"

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This post is based on CJ Mahaney's sermon, The Joyful Journey, given on November 5, 2017.   Lots of kids get excited when they think about the start of a new school year. Then, they begin to look forward to their summer vacation. Take a minute and think about the things you find yourself looking forward to.  What comes to mind that you’re excited abo...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents: "Thriving In Trouble"

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This post is based on Jared Torrence's sermon, Thriving In Trouble, given on October 29, 2017. It is officially November which means that there are a lot of sweet treats right around the corner!  Thanksgiving comes with family gatherings, turkey, football, and pie (my favorite!) and then soon after is Christmas with lights and ornaments, singing and presents!&nb...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Sovereign Grace"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Sovereign Grace, given on October 22, 2017.   Hey kids, did you know that God has been thinking about you for a long time? In fact, His thoughts about you go back before He created the world and everything in it. One of the sweetest doctrines, or teachings, gathered from the New Testament writings is that of divine e...

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Sermon Quotes: "Sovereign Grace"

“The subject of predestination, which in itself is attended by considerable difficulty, is rendered very perplexed, and hence perilous, by human curiosity, which cannot be restrained from wandering into forbidden paths. Let it, therefore, be our first principle that to desire any other knowledge of predestination than that which is expounded by the word of God, is no...

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Sermon Quotes: "Postscript"

“Silas was an influential person in the early church…yet his highest commendation is that he was a faithful brother. Silas was such a man-content to take a subordinate place and faithful to carry out the responsibilities that fell to him. The church desperately needs men like Silas who will work quietly in the supportive roles of Christian ministry.” Rob...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Postscript"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Postscript, given on October 15, 2017.   As Peter closes his first letter, he shifts to a divinely inspired “postscript” that presents both a personal recommendation and his final pastoral instruction. Here, Peter takes time to highlight the care he has received from two brothers who have served him well....

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5th Anniversary Sunday Recap

A few weeks ago we had th joy of celebrating our 5th anniversary as a church! Here's a glimpse of our anniversary Sunday together. 5 yr anniversary from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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