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Tell Us Your Story: Jon Lowder

Centerpoint is blessed to have a number of godly men and women who faithfully serve our church in a multitude of ways. So, every few weeks or so, we will highlight one of our leaders, hear their story and learn more about how they serve our church. Today we will get to know our worship leader, Pastor Jon Lowder. Jon is a native of Columbia, attended Clemson University (...

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Summer Link Update

Summer Link Charleston,our summer discipleship program for college students, kicked off a few weeks ago and is in full gear. This year we have 16 students participating from over seven colleges including Anderson, Clemson, Virginia Tech, as well as our local school College of Charleston, The Citadel and Trident. I cannot be more thankful for the team that God has put tog...

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The Gospel & Racial Reconciliation

This Saturday, June 17, is the second anniversary of the shooting at Emanuel AME, where nine black churchgoers were killed because of the color of their skin. This anniversary causes our church to stop and reflect because it served as a turning point for our city, our state, and perhaps the entire country, forcing us to see the brutal reality that racism is still alive and...

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An Introduction to the Psalms

For the last seven weeks, Pastor Steve Heron has walked us through the book of Ruth. Last week, we discovered that part ofRuth's redemption story is that she bears a son named Obed. Obed becomes the father of Jesse, who we know as the father of David (Ruth 4:21), who became the King of Israel. Well, this week, we begin a new series called Summer in the Psalms.Psalms is a ...

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SMI Recap

Thank you to all who have prayed for, supported and encouraged our Medical Campus Outreach team who recently returnedfrom North Africa. Centerpoint sent a team of 76 dentists, doctors, nurses, therapists and students to set up and run a health clinic for local adults and children. If you have been with us the last two Sunday mornings, you also know that our team faced a va...

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