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Unbreaking Prayer
You’d think a guy who spent three-thousand hours on his knees praying for people he’d never met, who lived in a place he’d never been, would have something to teach us about compassion and prayer. You’d be right. He does.
Broken Windows
Brokenness is contagious. Signs of neglect -- a single broken window in a vacant building or a gang-tagged bridge – silently send the message that no one cares. If no one does anything about it, soon more windows are broken, more graffiti is painted. Here’s the scary thing – that’s not just true for buildings. It’s true for souls.
Welcome to the Family
Blurb: What if God’s vision for the church is that it becomes an extended family made up of people who are married, single, young, old, male, female, rich, poor – all different races, backgrounds, political affiliations, football loyalties, personalities and enneagram numbers.
The Childhood of Immortality
The Census Bureau projects that by 2035, those over 65 years of age will outnumber children under 18. Since America is getting grayer, we should probably think about how we want that story to unfold.
The Other Side of Broken
Here’s a story about a man who came from a family so broken you could make a country song out of it.
What's a Family (For)?
If you want to start a fight or hurt some feelings, try coming up with a definition for the word “family.” Challenge accepted.
Hanna Prayed
Could God really be part of a family that looks more Sister Wives than the Brady Bunch?

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Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

First visit several years ago was confusing. First visit this summer, I was impressed with the service and the friendliness of the people. I was impressed with the focus on community. The openness, the understanding that the church is part of the world and local community.

I have always felt loved here. No one has ever judged me or made me feel less during any of my trials.

I consider the hearts of the people at Twickenham to be one of the greatest strengths. I have seen people quietly serve in so many ways and walk out life together. I also believe that the resources of the congregation can be a huge strength. Together, there is such a huge opportunity for ministry.