Message: “Denial and Restoration” from Scott Keeble

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A message from the series “A Better Story.” In Week Two of “A Better Story”, Pastor Scott Keeble teaches on how our failures don’t disqualify us from writing a better story.

Message: “Revisiting Scrooge” from Dave Plemons

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A message from the series “Stand-Alone.” As Copper Creek prepares to ring in the New Year, Dave Plemons takes a look back at December and revisits a famous character from Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”.

Message: “Trust It” from Scott Keeble

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A message from the series “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Joseph trusted in God and kept Mary as his wife even though society’s rules told him he shouldn’t. In what ways does God call us to trust in order to play our part in His story?

Message: “Treasure It” from Scott Keeble

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A message from the series “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Jesus’ life was and is a gift for all people of all times and all places to treasure. Our lives are also a gift to treasure and use for God’s glory.

Message: “Believe It” from Scott Keeble

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A message from the series “It’s a Wonderful Life.” With God, all things are possible. Mary believed this when the angel told her about the special role she would play in the birth of Jesus. Will we believe it?

Message: “Hope In It” from Scott Keeble

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A message from the series “It’s a Wonderful Life.” We have hope that God’s Kingdom will be established on Earth even in the midst of life’s imperfections because of the presence of Jesus with humanity.

Message: “Endure It” from Scott Keeble

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A message from the series “It\’s a Wonderful Life.” As we wait in the “in-between” times before Jesus comes again, there are many seasons. Especially during this time of the year, when the “to-do” list gets so long, how do we endure and find meaning within the daily grind?

Message: “Crossing the Jordan” from Scott Keeble

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A message from the series “Welcome Home.” The journey of following Jesus is frequently marked by points of decision and commitment. Points where we have the opportunity to decide what’s more
important and whom we will serve. As for me? Today, I decide to serve Jesus!