One of the values we hold as worship leaders is “excellence.” Psalm 33 says that praise fits the righteous. We are exhorted to play skillfully, or to offer our best, because it becomes us. Like wearing the proper garment to a wedding feast, we don our best. I desire to offer my best, not for the sake of the comfort and enjoyment of my brothers and sisters, but as a means for God’s beloved people to worship him.... Read More →
God never ceases to be gracious to Exodus Church. As we continue to see more and more new people join us for our worship gatherings, we need to create more space to be hospitable to our guests.
As you have heard, we will begin three services on January 3, 2016. The following is some important information related to this. ... Read More →
by Konrad La Prade
I desire then that in every place the men should pray, lifting holy hands without anger or quarreling. (1 Timothy 2:8)
A little over a year ago, a group of guys was sitting around a campfire in my backyard. One of the conversations that came up was our posture as we worship Jesus in song.... Read More →
His name is great, and he himself is our peace. He is the shepherd of his people! In hope and trust, behold your King!
This is just a short quote from one of the five Advent Readings that we will hear each Sunday and on Christmas Eve for the month of December.
Here are some things that we will be doing during Advent at Exodus as we ‘Behold Our King’ together.... Read More →
This morning, Exodus Church began a new sermon series covering the book of Acts and we’re excited about the devotional guide we’ve created to go along with our study.
The Acts Devotional Guide is split into two volumes. Volume 1 covers the first half of the series from 9/13 through 12/20. Volume 1 is available now in print or electronic copy.... Read More →
“Who doesn’t like a good story? Stories have a way of drawing us into their world. They fill our minds with visions of courage, bravery, and heroism. We share the victories, feel the defeats, and rejoice in the resurgence of the hero. A good story envelops us so that we ultimately learn not just about the players in the story, but ourselves as well.... Read More →