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Five Stones Church is a community of Christ followers who meet in Waxhaw, NC. Following Christ seems to require a giant leap. God does not expect you to make giant leaps in your faith. He desires for you to step forward. Every big thing that Jesus asks us to do starts with a step. Come and participate in the message and decide what your next step is. Five Stones is a church that celebrates steps in our walk with Christ.
 
Beacon Baptist Church of Raleigh, North Carolina was organized on June 4, 1948 with ten charter members. In the beginning, this small group of believers met in the home of J.D. Ballance. Later, as the congregation grew, they began to meet in a building on the corner of Franklin and Bloodworth Streets, then moved to 501 East Lane Street. In 1966, the church voted to purchase 21 acres of land on Trawick Road and erect a new metal building. Today, after six building programs, our church address ...
 
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With the beginning of Advent, we return to visit the reality of Jesus’ coming again. Advent is not only about preparing for Jesus’ birth, but also preparing fo this second coming. Today we hear from both Zechariah and Luke and consider the consequences of these passages for us today. Image: From an 18th c. illustrated copy of Josephus’ Works, no co…
 
As Jesus stood before Pilate, he defined the nature of his kingdom and thus his kingship. Jesus was no ruler of an ordinary physical kingdom from this world, but is the king of a kingdom that will outlast all others because its nature is not of this world. Image: Christ before Pilate, no known restrictions. Image location: https://picryl.com/media/…
 
In our Gospel lesson today, Jesus is telling his disciples about the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple. What does this have to do with us today? Father Jeremiah walks through what the passage is about and what it’s purpose is. Listen now to find out more. Image: David Roberts, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons www.gracegastonia.com/sermon-…
 
What makes us think of the Widow in the Temple so highly? Is it her gift? Is it her faith? Or is it the reality of the glorious promise keeping God that she was worshiping? Father Jeremiah looks at this story from St. Mark 12 and asks what was the might of the Widow’s Mite? Image: An etching by Jan Luyken, Phillip Medhurst, CC BY-SA 3.0
 
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