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June 24, Show Me Your Compassion. Psalm 103

This Sunday we will consider Psalm 103. This psalm is an outburst of personal and corporate praise in response to the character of God. We look at Psalm 103 as a call for Christians to regularly meditate on the character and goodness of God. His love towards us in Christ should be a constant point of reflection and celebration....

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June 17, Have You Forgotten Me? Psalm 42-43

As we continue our "Cry of the Soul" series through the Psalms, we will consider Psalm 42-43 this week. The writer is in a desperate place as he feels forsaken by God, taunted by his enemies, and overwhelmed with the trials of life. He feels attacked from within and without, which leads to his heartfelt cry: "Why are you cast down, O my soul, and why are you in turmoil wit...

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Planting a Church for Refugees

God has graciously allowed us to serve a community of refugees here in Raleigh, and we are praying that he would provide a way for us to partner with them to plant a church for the Karen population in this city....

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June 10: Out of the Depths. Psalm 130

Use this sermon summary to prepare your heart and mind for our worship gathering on Sunday, June 10. We will be learning from Psalm 130 which reveals to us the heart of a person who is severely pained by consciousness of their own sin. The hope of the psalmist is that God will demonstrate mercy, that he will reveal his plentiful redemption and restore the joy of salvation....

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Top Ten Evangelism Tips

Tim Keller gives these ten practical suggestions for engaging in gospel conversations with friends. What's notable about this list is how incredibly simply it is. You should definitely incorporate his advice here....

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June News and Events

News Fellowship Starters
 The weekly fellowship starters are an excellent way to engage in fellowship as you discuss the application of the sermon with other believers. These questions are available each Sunday on the blog at cccraleigh.org. You may also pick up a printed copy on the table in the narthex. Upcoming Events Kickball We will be gathering Tuesday Jun...

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Praying the Psalms

The psalms teach us to pray through imitation and response. They take us deep into our own hearts and force us to deal with God as He is. This article focuses on how reading the psalms can help deepen our prayer-life and draw us to an honest pursuit of God....

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June 3: How Long, O Lord? Psalm 13

Use this sermon summary to prepare your heart and mind for our worship gathering on Sunday, June 3. This week we begin a new series focusing on the Psalms. The psalms are a unique gift to the church. They are written from the vantage point of man's approach to God in times of crises, in times of joy, fear, confession, and the many other experiences of life. Psalm 13 stands...

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Moving Upward Instead of Forward

Luke Akins shares with us some of the teaching he has been going through with the youth from 1 John 2:15-17, where we are told that our love should be directed toward God and not the things of this world....

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May 27: The Tender Affection of Jesus, Matthew 12:15-21

Use this sermon summary to prepare your heart and mind for our worship gathering on Sunday, May 27. Just before we transition to a series through the book of Psalms, we will make one last stop on Matthew 12:15-21....

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