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Recommendation of the Week (2/28/16)

Each week, we're giving you a recommendation from one of Redeemer's staff or leaders. This week's recommendation comes from Taryn Kingery, who leads the Regroup on Vine....

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Little by Little by Little by Little....

Monday Musings: A weekly blog post in which resident graduate student Josh Caudill shares his thoughts on this week's sermon....

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Recommendation of the Week (2/21/16)

Each week, we're giving you a recommendation from one of Redeemer's staff or leaders. This week's recommendation comes from our Worship Leader, Jeremy Mullins...

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Leading in Love

Monday Musings: A weekly blog post in which resident "writer" Josh Caudill shares his thoughts on this week's sermon....

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Recommendation of the Week (12/6/15)

Each week, we're giving you a recommendation from one of Redeemer's staff or leaders. This week's recommendation comes from Stacey Biddy, our Children's Minister....

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Recommendation of the Week (2/14/16)

Each week, we're giving you a recommendation from one of Redeemer's staff or leaders. This week's recommendation comes from pastor Andy McDonald....

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Monday Musings

This is an introduction to a new series we're beginning at Redeemer called Monday Musings, in which resident young person Josh Caudill reflects on the current sermon series....

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Learning in Humility

Monday Musings: A weekly blog post in which resident young person Josh Caudill shares his thoughts on this week's sermon....

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Recommendation of the Week (1/31/16)

Each week, we're giving you a recommendation from one of Redeemer's staff or leaders. This week's recommendation comes from our Worship Leader, Jeremy Mullins...

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Teach What is Good

Teach What is Good by Christy McDonald Titus 2:3"They are to teach what is good." I love to read posts/blogs from funny moms about parenting. They don't give me any advice on how to make things better. They simply state the facts: this is hard! They remind me that I am not the only one struggling, and they make me laugh. For example: "Cleaning with small children in th...

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