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Watch/Listen to Past Services

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.
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.
Fake News or Fact?
The 2017 word of the year, according to Collins Dictionary, was “Fake News.” Fake News is false, often sensational information that is disseminated under the guise of news reporting. And it’s actually not a new phenomenon. The ancient Egyptians did it. So did the Romans. A lot of folks wonder if the Bible is fake news? This Sunday, we’ll dig into 2 Peter 1 where we’ll discover three reasons to believe that the Bible is fact, not fake.
Better than Cal Ripkin
Cal Ripkin, Jr., holds the single season record for fewest errors by a shortstop in a single season. He had only three in 1990. That’s amazing. The Bible can do better than that. This week, we talk about inerrancy.
Baby Day 2018
Audio version excludes communion and congregational singing.
Hacienda of Hope News 2018
Join us this week as we interview the two coolest missionaries on the planet: Justin and Jauna Reeger. Everything you always wanted to know about life and ministry on the equator.
It Isn’t What it Is
Ever felt like you were a hamster on a wheel? Pictured your day as a treadmill? Used the words rut, plateaued or trapped to describe your life? Have you felt like your life was going to remain ever a dull moment? So did Israel. They had been doing the same thing – wandering aimlessly in the wilderness – for forty years. Until God interrupted the inertia of their lives and invited them into an amazing adventure.
Here to Help
Why are we here? That question has been pondered, prayed over and puzzled for centuries. A story in Joshua chapter one has the answer.
Welcoming Rahab
Uncomfortable life fact: The world is full of people who are nothing like you. They don’t believe the same things you believe. They don’t value the same things you value. They talk funny. Amazing biblical truth: God welcomes all people to join him in what he is doing in the world. Including people like you and me.
Are We There Yet?
There is, within each of us, a male driver who refuses to pull over and ask for directions. There is also a six-year-old child who constantly asks from the backseat, “Are we there yet?” In Joshua 3, Israel is finally standing on the border of the Promised Land. They are there! But they need three things to fully possess the promise. So do we.

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

Although we were coming from a more conservative background, we quickly noticed that there was an openness and sense of welcoming that made us feel very at ease. We embrace fully what seems to be an environment of healing for the broken. We believe in moving from maintenance to mission. We have been impressed by the engaged nature of the shepherds, staff and membership.

I want to learn more about God’s Word and hold Him close in my heart. Twickenham seems to be able to guide me by offering similar perspectives to which I can relate as well as unique views that open my mind.

I was very impressed with the love, compassion and how sincere the worship is.