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TXT:MSG - It is Written, But Is It True?
The first Christians seemed to really trust their Bible – Genesis through Malachi. In just about any situation, they turned to God’s text message for guidance. More than that, they believed there were some new writings that were no less a part of God’s text message.
Look Who Showed Up
God’s people encounter a crisis from which there appears to be no conceivable escape. Just when all seems lost, God shows up to deliver. That’s how the first fourteen chapters of the book of Exodus unfold. It’s also a summary of the entire Bible. In the coming year, you and I will face crises, disappointments, maybe even disasters. Here’s the good news – God still shows up.
In the Word in 2018
This is the last Sunday in 2017. Join us as we launch an exciting new focus: In the Word in 2018
The Story of Jesus
Mark is basically the scrooge of the gospels. He doesn’t mention Mary and Joseph, the shepherds or magi, the angels or manger. He skips Christmas completely. Or does he? Mark means to present Jesus the King. which is a biblical description of Jesus we often forget, especially at Christmas. We focus on the cute little baby. Mark wants us to see the mighty king.
Merry Christmas From Mark
The gospels written by Matthew and Luke give us all we have of the story of Jesus' birth. Mary, Joseph, the manger, the Magi, the shepherds and angels. John's gospel offers some deep theological reflection. But Mark? He skips it all. What's up with that?
We Are Not Alone
We don’t ever really talk about angels, but they play an important role in the story of Jesus’ birth and, as it turns out, in our lives as well.
Everything Looks Different
There's a word hiding behind all the stories Matthew and Luke tell about the birth of Christ. It may be one of the brightest, most hopeful words anyone ever spoke or heard. We will discover it in this Sunday's message.
Unseasonal Sorrows
Ever notice how out of season a funeral home tent looks in December cemetery? Or that sorrows seem harder to handle when the world is all lit up in Christmas lights? In this message, we’ll be honest about the reality of struggle during the holidays. And we’ll find some answers in scripture.
The (Not So) Good Earth
Okay, so a lot of the evil, pain and suffering we see in the world can be attributed to the bad behavior, decisions and choices humans make. But what about natural disasters like tsunamis, hurricanes and tornadoes? If God is in charge of the climate, it doesn’t feel like he’s doing a very good job. Is there a Christian response to the problem of natural evil?
Red Pill/Blue Pill
What if I told you that you could live in a world with no suffering, no pain, no evil? You only had to give up one thing . . . your free will. Would you do it? This week, we go deeper into The Problem: If God is so good, why is the world so bad?

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

As someone who has been a member of Twickenham since the beginning, there is no place that I would rather be. I appreciate that we have an eldership that bases decisions on biblical principles rather than tradition. There is a broad spectrum of people who come from different backgrounds than those of us who were raised in the church of Christ and I feel that it has been beneficial. I like that Twickenham has been a part of the community instead of isolating ourselves from other denominations.

The many ministry opportunities that members can find to participate in. The uplifting worship services; the praise team is wonderful! The children's programs. I love that we have young families as well as older members worshipping together!

. . . this church has been a HUGE blessing to our family. When we came to Twickenham, I felt like we were spiritually dying on the vine. Since coming to Twickenham, God has had us on an amazing journey that is sometimes hard and sometimes beautiful - but either way I know we are both diving deeper into Him! Yay!

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