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Christ, Our…

April 10, 2020

“For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and him crucified.” – 1 Corinthians 2:2 The crucifixion is central to Christianity. Christ’s death, along with his descent and resurrection, are the pivot point of history. Even each of the Gospels devote such a large portion of their […]

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: Imprint’s Plan For March

March 12, 2020

Hello Imprint Church, As you have noticed, we are emailing you quite a bit more than we typically do. We hope that getting all these emails will remind us to “rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, [and] be constant in prayer” (Romans 12:12). In an effort to slow the […]

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IMPORTANT COVID-19 Update For Imprint Church

March 6, 2020

Dear Imprint Church, Just a couple days ago we sent out an email regarding COVID-19 and our plan for worship gatherings this Sunday. As you’ve likely seen in the news, things have escalated, with the Northshore School District cancelling on-site classes for up to 2 weeks and moving education to […]

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Update Regarding Coronavirus

March 4, 2020

Dear Imprint Church, In light of the concerns about Coronavirus, we wanted to let you know that our Lead and Elder teams have been discussing what precautions we should take as a church with regard to our worship gatherings. While we understand the rationale behind the closure of the Northshore […]

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Why We Are Skipping the Woman Caught in Adultery

January 3, 2020

Open any Bible to John 7:53–8:11 and you will most likely encounter something unusual. The ESV, for example, brackets out the section and comments that “the earliest manuscripts do not include 7:53–8:11.” What does this mean? As the early church grew rapidly, so too did the copying and transmission of […]

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Hope For Yangon

December 5, 2019

Part of our Generosity push this Christmas is called Hope for Yangon. This will support Pastor No Pum and his Swe Nartha boarding homes. These homes provide a safe place to live, good meals, daily care, and a chance for students to hear the Gospel. Below are two testimonies from […]

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John 6:1-71 | A New Moses

November 24, 2019

Jesus’ feeding of the five thousand is one of the most familiar stories about Jesus. In fact, it is one of the few stories recorded in all four Gospels. Interestingly, Jesus’ walking on water follows each account. This tells us that each Gospel writer wants us to read these stories […]

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John 4:46-5:29 | Jesus’ Authority

November 10, 2019

In John 4:46, Jesus returns to Cana. The narrator reminds us that this is where Jesus turned water into wine. What’s more, the forthcoming story ends with a note that it is “the second sign that Jesus did when he had come from Judea to Galilee” (4:54). Both statements tie […]

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John 4:1-45 | A Surprising (Re-)Marriage

November 3, 2019

In John 4:1-45, Jesus travels from Jerusalem in the south to Galilee in the north. In doing so, he travels through Samaria, a place that Jews usually avoided. There was a great history of animosity between the Jews and Samaritans. When Solomon’s son Rehoboam caused the ten Northern Tribes to […]

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John 3:1-21 | You All Must Be Born Again

October 13, 2019

John 3 contains a strong candidate for the most popular verse in the Bible. And for good reason: it succinctly captures the heart of God, the ministry of Jesus, and the promise of salvation for all who come to him in faith. However, as is so often the case with […]

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