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I am a Warrior
Identity Crisis
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Speaker: Pastor Cam Loewen, Glacier Ridge Lead Pastor

March 17/18, 2018

Scripture: Ephesians 6:10-24

Sometimes we say, “Things are not always as they appear to be,” or, “there is more to it than meets the eye.” While we may find that we live much of our lives in the here and now, it is vital that we use the occasions that come our way to probe below the surface of our lives. We have that opportunity this weekend as we explore what it means to be a warrior in a struggle that exists not in the physical dimension, but in the spiritual realms. The great news is that in our struggle we are far from being powerless, and we have all the resources of the God of the universe at our disposal.

I look forward to joining you this weekend as we conclude our Identity Crisis series in Ephesians! See you soon!



Forgetting to Remember

Speaker: Pastor Scott Wiesner

November 11/12, 2017

Scripture: Deuteronomy 8:10-18

Do you ever forget to remember?  Considering that were told in the Bible somewhere in the neighborhood of 200 times to either “remember” or “not forget,” we must have a bit of a memory problem!  When we forget to remember the sacrifice and suffering that others have made – or are currently making – on our behalf, or for the cause of Jesus, it can have devastating effects.  We can become entitled, ungrateful, uncompassionate, and keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again.

Come join us for a special weekend of remembrance, as we turn our attention to those brave men and women of our Armed Forces who fought on the battlefield to secure our freedom as a nation, the courageous Reformers who helped the Church get back on track when it had lost its way, and our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world who have to endure unimaginable suffering for the sake of Christ.  May we never forget to remember!


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