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Foundations: How Beautiful Are Your Feet?

Posted by Josh Miller on

How beautiful are your feet? Men, I am not asking about your Jordans, Sanuks or Rainbows (or crusty bunions and mangled toes), and ladies, I am not asking if you have recently had a foot bath and pedicure. As a matter of fact, I don’t care about the physical appearance of your feet at...

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Foundations: The Love of God

Posted by Tanner Turley on

As we begin to bring our foundations series to a close, we hope that you have caught a sense of our desire to establish a God-centered, God-glorifying church here in Medford. Another foundational element that we will cling to as we start this church is the love of God. As Josh explained in our...

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Foundations: True Love (of God and Neighbor)

Posted by Josh Miller on

Our Lord answered the question “Which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” like this, “‘You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ . . . And a second is like it: ‘You shall love your...

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Foundations: Great Faith

Posted by Tanner Turley on

I (Tanner) have recently been reading through the Book of Acts and have been encouraged by Luke’s account of how the gospel advanced through the witness of God’s people after the ascension of Christ. While there are many principles and examples that a new church can and should take...

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Foundations: The Cost of Discipleship (Part 2)

Posted by Jon Chasteen on

There is another important implication from the cost of discipleship. Discipleship is not only essential for leading people to surrender their plans to follow Jesus wherever he desires to send them, it is also essential for “making” disciples. Think about it, how can you make a...

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Foundations: The Cost of Discipleship (Part 1)

Posted by Jon Chasteen on

On August 9, 2005, the direction of my life (Jon) was radically changed. While leading a group of college students at the National Collegiate Week at Ridgecrest Conference Center in Black Mountain, NC, I heard David Platt preach a sermon on the “Cost of Discipleship” from Luke...

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Foundations: Team

Posted by Tanner Turley on

Game 2 of the NBA Finals is tomorrow night. The Celtics will be seeking to take the first of four big steps toward their 18th championship. Although we got outplayed in game 1, I am confident we will “show up” and take care of business in game 2.  How will that happen? They will...

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Foundations: Prayer and Fasting

Posted by Jon Chasteen on

We began this series highlighting the sovereignty of God as a key foundation for planting a church. While the sovereignty of God is essential for church planting, one could be tempted to ask, “If God is sovereign, why pray?” The short answer to this question is that while God is...

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Foundations: The Sovereignty of God

Posted by Tanner Turley on

Starting a new church is not easy work. The sad reality every church start must face is this: many new churches don’t survive. With this in mind, the leadership of Redemption Hill has sought to build our efforts on several key foundations. Over the next several weeks, we will reflect on...

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