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3 Years of God's Faithfulness | Part 2

On September 30, 2012 Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville had its first public gathering. Here's yet another glimpse of God's kindness towards us in the early days of this church plant.  September 30, 2012 from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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3 Years of God's Faithfulness

As we look forward with anticipation to our 3rd Anniversary Picnic this Sunday, we also look back with fresh gratefulness for the Lord's faithfulness to our church. Here's a glimpse of his marvelous handiwork.   September 16, 2012 from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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Speak for the Unborn | A Testimony from Kyle Stansbury

"Open your mouth for the mute,for the rights of all who are destitute.Open your mouth, judge righteously,defend the rights of the poor and needy."- Proverbs 31:8-9 A few weeks ago, our church was privileged to hear from Kyle Stansbury about a ministry called Speak for the Unborn. The main purpose of S4U is to lovingly share the gospel with women who are actively seeking a...

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Sermon Summary and Discussion Questions | "The Lament of Job"

Summary C.J. explains that we are about to venture into one of the darkest chapters in scripture (not the darkest). It lets us into the heart and mind of Job, a man undergoing unbearable misery. We transition from Job’s obedient suffering to his lament before God. Job 2:11 – 13 Job’s friends were legitimate friends. Little did they know, they would ev...

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Meet Our Deacons | Steve Whitacre

Earlier this year, we had the privilege of installing 7 deacons in our church. These men have already served SGCL in a multitude of ways and have given much time, energy, and thought to how they can continue to serve in the future. Over the next few months, each one of them will be sharing the testimony of how the Lord saved them. Here is Steve Whitacre's Testimony. Ste...

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Sermon Quotes: "The Lament of Job"

“Job 3 is a very important chapter for contemporary Christianity. There is a version of Christianity around that is shallow, trite, superficial, ‘happy clappy’. It is a kind of Christianity that, as has been said, ‘would have had Jesus singing a chorus at the grave of Lazarus.’ We have all met it-easy triumphalism. We sing of God in one song t...

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Sermon Quotes: "The Testing of Job"

“The book of Job tells the story of a good man overwhelmed by troubles. He is stripped of his wealth, his family, and his health. He does not know why God has done this to him. Only the reader knows that God is trying to prove to the Devil that Job’s faith is genuine. Upon this simple plot an unknown writer of superlative genus has erected a monumental work. Th...

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