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Motherhood is a Calling

This Sunday is Mother's Day. As we honor the mothers in our lives, we also acknowledge that this celebration is difficult for many because of personal loss, strained relationships, or because God, in his sovereignty, has not provided children.This week we wanted to share this post, which answers the question: "What is the calling of a mother?" It was written by Rachel Jank...

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SMI North Africa

This month Centerpoint will be sending a team of 76 people to serve the people of North Africa. Dentists, doctors, nurses, therapists and students will set up and run a health clinic for a local population of adults and children. They are working closely with a small group of believers in the area that are seeking to give the gospel and their lives to the people in the are...

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Summer Link Charleston

Today's college students are tomorrow's world-changers! One of the best ways to influence the next generation of leaders is to invest in the lives of college students today. Centerpoint church will play an active role in this vision again this summer through the ministry of Summer Link. Summer Link is a seven-week intentional training strategy to help equip college student...

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What is the Point of the Resurrection?

This article originally appeared atSaturate, adapted from Raised? Finding Jesus by Doubting the Resurrectionby Jonathan Dodson and Brad Watson (Zondervan, 2015). Jesus breaks the human cycle of self-destruction. One question you might have is "Why?" What's the point of the resurrection? Is it just a way of getting attention? Was it meant to prove something? To get at t...

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Gospel Promises

This article was written by Paul Tripp and originally appeared at You may have heard me say this before, but it's worth repeating again: I'm deeply persuaded that many Christians, myself included, have a big gap in the middle of our gospel theology. Let me break it down and then apply it in a fresh way: I think we have a strong understanding of the theo...

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What is Baptism?

This Sunday our church will celebrate baptism, so we want to take the opportunityto ask "What is baptism?" Take a moment to read the article below, which was written by David Mathis and originally appeared at Desiring God, that will help us answer that question as we prepare for Baptism Sunday. Visible words. That was the Reformers' term for baptism and the Lord's S...

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What If I Don't Want To Pray?

This week, Pastor Steve Heron preached from Colossians 4:2-4 on prayer. Check out the article below, which originally appreared at Desiring God, to learn some further tips on how to pray, especially when it seems hard. Few aspects of the Christian life can cause God's people more guilt than a lack of personal, private prayer. Few disciplines in the Christian life are ...

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How Faith Affects Our Work

This week, Pastor AJ Rankin preached from Colossians 3:22-4:1 on work - something we spend over half of our waking hours doing. How do we view our work in light of the gospel? Check out the article below, written by Tim Keller, on how our faith affects our work. Morals First, the Christian faith gives us a moral compass, an inner GPS giving us ethical guidance that...

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Saying Goodbye to Sunday Morning-Only Christianity

We want to equip our people to live all of life under the lordship of Jesus Christ with his empowering presence. Living in gospel-saturated community is crucial for our spiritual growth. With that in mind, check out the article below - written by Jeff Vanderstelt for The Verge - and consider how you can get involved in a community of believers. For far too many Christ...

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A Update from Pastor Craig Tuck

Dear Centerpoint Family, Thank you for your prayers and commending words regarding my leadership transition to the Charleston Baptist Association (CBA). I rejoice to share that the Executive Committee of pastors and church leaders of the CBA unanimously approved my appointment to the Executive Director position, which will take effect on March 1. This role changes my...

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