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Sunday Worship Services
10:30am – Morning Worship
5:30pm – Evening Worship
(at St. Paul's Lutheran,
604 Pitt St. Mt. Pleasant)
Church Address
Moultrie Middle School
645 Coleman Boulevard
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
 

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Listening to the Word of Christ

Listening well to the preaching of God's Word is foundational to spiritual growth and discipleship. Indeed, sanctification is not unrelated to how attentive we are to the faithful proclamation of the Scriptures (c.f. II Pet. 1:19-21; Jn. 17:17). The inspired Apostle reminds us that saving faith is created by and nourished upon the Word as it preached: "Faith comes from hea...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: March 13, 2016

Sunday, March 13, 2016: AMLuke 18:35-43 Why is it appropriate to think of ourselves as spiritual beggars?What did Pastor Jon mean when he stated that "no one graduates from the Gospel"?Why is it significant that the blind man calls Jesus "Son of David"?What did Jesus mean by telling the beggar "your faith has made you well"? What did Jesus mean by "faith"?How should we th...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: March 6, 2016

Sunday, March 6, 2016: AMLuke 18:31-34 Why did Christ have to die in order for sinners to be saved?Why is the doctrine of the cross the central focus of the Bible?Why is it significant that the prophets wrote of Christ and the cross? What do we learn from Isaiah 53? Besides the writings of the prophets, how else does the Old Testament foreshadow Christ crucified?Why do we...

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Heart for Charleston

Do you know our history and how it relates to our mission and purpose? Christ Church began worship services on June 9th, 2013. We met in downtown Charleston on Lord's Day evenings for six months first in the chapel at the historic First Scots Presbyterian Church (53 Meeting Street) and then at St. Johannes Lutheran Church (50 Hassel Street). Finding space for both morning ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: February 28, 2016

Sunday, February 28, 2016: AMLuke 18:18-30 Why does the Rich Young Ruler seem to start off well? What in his question, though, shows that he is already off track?What did he misunderstand about salvation? How did he misunderstand the law?Why did Pastor Jon say that salvation is "counter intuitive"? Why does it seem like there must be a "catch" to salvation?What point was ...

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Worship & the Means of Grace

When Christians assemble for worship on the Lord's Day they participate in what is by far the most meaningful and consequential activity in the body of Christ. Worship is the highest calling of the believer. It is the center jewel on the crown of Christian discipleship. It is the verdant pasture in which Christ Jesus, the Good Shepherd, feeds and nourishes His sheep. Worsh...

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Thinking Biblically | Election 2016

Thinking Biblically | Elections 2016 It is election season, and many are taking a profound interest in who will serve as the next President of the United States. The American electorate is impassioned about real issues related to healthcare, national security, budget deficits, abortion, marriage, job growth, free speech, immigration, foreign trade, and Islamic terrorism. ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: February 7, 2016

Sunday, February 7, 2016: AMLuke 18:9-14 Why does Jesus tell this parable?Why does Jesus use a Pharisee and a tax collector as his two examples?What is the difference between the two prayers?What does this parable teach us about salvation? What do we learn about God's mercy?What does this parable teach us about the need for humility? Sunday, February 7, 2016: PMHabakkuk ...

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Plugged-in?

CCP | Congregational Life Christians were never meant to go at it alone. Indeed, to be united to Christ by faith is to be united to one another in him. The Bible everywhere assumes that God's people live in community. The theology of the sacraments underscores this point we are baptized into one body and commune with one another at the Table (c.f. Eph. 4:5; I Cor. 10:17)....

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Sunday, January 31, 2016

Sunday, January 31, 2016: AMLuke 18:1-8 Why is prayer the "life breath" of Christians and the "engine" of the Christian life?How is prayer the fruit of faith?Why should we be steadfast and persevering in prayer?Why is prayer not a right, but a privilege? How is prayer not just a command, but a gift?Why do we often not pray? How can we take steps to remedy our prayerlessne...

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