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Sermon Questions: Jonah 1:4-17

Week 2: Jonah 1:4-17 1. What characteristics and attributes of God do you see in the passage? 2. What do you learn about Jonah? In what ways do you identify with him? 3. Compare and contrast Jonah's response to the Lord and the sailors' response to the Lord. How do you relate to each? 4. How do we distinguish between storms of our own making and storms as a result of l...

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Tell Us Your Story: Craig Tuck

Citadel Square is blessed to have a number of godly men and women who faithfully serve our church in a multitude of ways. Every few weeks or so, we highlight one of our leaders, hear their story and learn more about how they serve our church. Today we hear from Craig Tuck, who serves as an elder at Citadel Square. Craig is a tenured leader who has served in pastoral rol...

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Sermon Questions: Jonah 1:1-3

Week 1: Jonah 1:1-3 1. Do you read this story as a fable or as truth?Do you believe God actually has the power to command the storm, the sea, a fish, a plant, a worm, a city? 2. What is something you feel clear that God has called you to?How do you hear and know the Word of the Lord? 3. Jonah headed for Tarshish in his disobedience. Where do you run from God in your di...

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Introduction to Jonah

No matter yourbackground, you've probably heard the fantastic story of Jonah. A prophet, a storm, a whale... Jonah is a book that's full of drama and extraordinary miracles. It is a book with a picture of a God who can control storms, plants, the sun, the wind, and - amazingly enough - a whale. All of nature submits to this God. Sailors and foreign nations repent and worsh...

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A Christmas Reflection

When my youngest son Aaron was a toddler he had a favorite stuffed animal affectionately known as "Lamby". Lamby was no ordinary stuffed animal. Lamby was special. Wherever Aaron went, Lamby was sure to follow. This little stuffed animal was a great source of comfort and security to a young boy trying to navigate the big world around him. Every night Aaron would drift off ...

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An Update on The R Family

If you are new to our church, you may not know that one of our families (which we will simply refer to as the "R Family" for security reasons) was sent out at the beginning of this year to serve overseas on the mission field. The goal of the R Family is to work specifically with a people group we will call the "Halas". Their aim is to reach the Halas with the good news of...

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Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

Christmas is a meaningful time for all of us. It is a timeto remember and celebrate God's greatest gift: His Son, Jesus. When I was a child, and even today, my family remembers not only the mission activity of our Savior but the inspirational example of another selfless servant: a19th-century missionary named Charlotte "Lottie" Moon. Every Christmas our family has given ...

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Why We Celebrate Advent

Why Advent? The people walking in darknesshave seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darknessa light has dawned. (Isaiah 9:2) It's that time of year again. No sooner than the turkey and dressing is polished off on Thanksgiving day do we quickly begin the yearly transition: it's time to get ready for Christmas.Feliz Navidadis already on the ra...

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Orphan Care

This week, as we begin our collection of gifts to support the Lowcountry Orphan Relief stocking initiative, we hear from Libby Galloway, a member of Citadel Square who is passionate about orphan care, adoption and mobilizing our church to help organizations like Lowcountry Orphan Relief. What is Lowcountry Orphan Relief? What do they do?LOR is a local nonprofit organizati...

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Walk for Life 2017 Recap

Thank you to the entire Citadel Square family for all the support of the unborn and their families at the Lowcountry Walk for Life this past Saturday! Our church had the privilegeof hosting the cookout for the walk and we had 48 volunteers from our churchrepresenting four different community groups. Our crew served over 600 hot dogs and raised$6,525 of the $108,500 total. ...

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