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Survey after survey tells us that Jesus is really popular, even among non-Christians and atheists.  But when people begin to examine some of Jesus’ more startling claims, they are surprised and even believe that someone else made these wild assertions centuries after the humble Jesus left the world.  We’ll spend a few weeks asking some questions about Jesus, exploring some of these claims and will see that far being something ascribed to Jesus later, these claims are critical for His work in our life and even the fate of the world.  Join us at First Presbyterian Church of Edmond this Advent as we take a hard look at some of the most common questions about Jesus.

Joseph - Trusting God's Promise Through Pain

The story of Joseph is one of the most amazing in Scripture.  He was a son of promise and a man of destiny.  Through it all he was betrayed by family, sold into slavery and falsely convicted.  He became the second most powerful man in the world.  Through it all God grew him and used him to save His people and impact the world.  In Joseph’s story we see shades of the Jesus’ story and an amazing example of how God redeems our pain to impact the world and save those who we love.
As followers of Jesus, I don’t think we need to be convinced that we have been called to make disciples.  We understand that is our mission.  But if we are honest, many of us aren’t quite sure how to do it.  What could it look like?  How can I position my life and leverage my time in order to spiritually grow and multiply? How does this fit with the other facets of my life?  Many of us find that we need encouragement, support and practical tools as we learn how to make the vision of disciplemaking a reality.  That is why we have created this blog.

We are First Presbyterian Church of Edmond and we believe that God has called us to participate in His vision of NEW LIFE through JESUS for EDMOND and the WORLD. How do we do this?  We Gather for worship and community, Grow in intimacy and understanding and Go to serve and share.  

Although we all serve in different ministry contexts and live in our own sphere of influence, we have committed to be a community of people who each live out a personal culture of discipleship marked by our

7 Core Practices:

Share Who You Are
Care for One Another
Read and Practice Scripture Together
Pray Together
Invest in People
Serve Community
Create and Send Leaders


These simple practices challenge us to continue to cultivate relationships with the people around us as we share new life through Jesus.  We want to help you integrate these core practices into your rhythm of life where ever you may be.  Whether you are from our particular church community or building the Kingdom in other parts of the world, we pray these stories, tools and tips will serve you well.

Have fun!  We can’t wait to hear what God does in and through you!

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The Library provides print and non-print resources that will support the ministries of the church, foster discipleship, offer Christian perspectives on life issues (marriage, parenting, divorce, loss suffering, etc.), nurture our children and support research. Christian fiction and biographies are also offerd for inspiration and reading enjoyment.

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