We are meeting in person on Sunday at 9:30 for Sunday School (no nursery) and 10:30am Worship Service (nursery and children's church).

The service will be livestreamed on our YouTube channel and also recorded and posted in the "Featured Sermon" below on Sunday afternoon.

See this link for COVID-19 precautions: https://www.potomachills.org/covid-19-safety

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Heart Prep for Sunday, November 29th

jonah advent 2020

This week we're starting a new series for Advent. I've entitled it "Unexpected Joy: A Christmas with Jonah." This is not your typical Advent story. And that's because Jonah is a story of great fear (both good and bad), great humility (both real and fake), great sorrow (for good and bad reasons), and great repentance (both true and false). It's a story about a great fish an...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, November 22nd

We are wrapping up our series on misunderstood stories of the Bible this week. Next week, we'll be jumping into our Advent series in Jonah. It's hard to believe that we're already at Advent. In some ways, this year has dragged on and on due to the pandemic. In other ways, it's flown by. As we enter the holiday season which is full of thankfulness and joy, I think it is fit...

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Pastoral Letter for November 20, 2020

PastoralLetterfor a Distributed Church November 20, 2020 Dear friends, It's been two months since my last letter and we're finishing up our sermon series on "Misused Stories of the Bible." We've looked at Cain, Rahab, Gideon, Samson, David, Naaman, Daniel, Judas, The Lord's Supper, the Adulterous Woman, The Rich Fool, and Rev. Wang will finish up with Zacchaeus.I hop...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, November 15th

This week we'll be going through another familiar story, commonly known as "The Parable of the Rich Fool." This is a story of a man who interrupted Jesus as He was teaching, demanding that He decide a dispute in this man's favor. Jesus gave what appears to be a blistering response, followed by this parable, which surely would have humiliated the man. So, what subject so r...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, November 8th

This week we'll be going through another familiar story, except this one isn't misused in how it's interpreted, but more often than not, in how it's applied. We'll be looking at the well-known story of the woman caught in adultery in John 8:1-11. This, of course, is the story of a woman who's used by the Pharisees to trap Jesus into breaking the Old Testament Law. It's a s...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, November 1st

Well, if you've gotten one message from our series on "Misused Stories" so far, hopefully it has something to do with reading the Bible accurately. Because when we don't read the Bible accurately, we can come up with the wrong conclusions. Or we get to the right conclusions the wrong way, and because we got there illegitimately, people begin to doubt our conclusions, eve...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 25th

How sure are you that you are a Christian? How sure are you that you are truly a believer? Maybe you're just deceiving yourself. We're pretty good at convincing ourselves of lies. How can you really know that you're a true believer and saved? What if down the road you betray everything that you say you love and cherish now? What if you abandon the faith sometime in the fut...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 18th

This week we're back to the book of Daniel (some of you may remember me preaching through this book in 2009). In our series on "Misused Stories of the Bible" we've jumped way ahead canonically (it's a long way from 1st Kings to Daniel) but just a little bit chronologically (we're still in the time of the exile). We'll be in Daniel 6 and the famous story of "Daniel and the...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 11th

We've made our way to the book of 2 Kings in our series on the Most Misused Stories of the Bible. This week, we're going to be looking at 2 Kings 5:1-19, the story of Naaman being healed of leprosy. Now many of you might be familiar with this story, but how it's misused is a little bit more obscure. It's not quite as obvious as David and Goliath's siren song to...

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Heart Prep for Sunday, October 4th

This week we're back together, meeting in-person at Harper Park. I appreciate everyone's patience as we dealt with our first covid scare. Everyone who needed to be tested was and they all tested negative. Thank you, Jesus. Mark had mild symptoms, is recovering well, and we look forward to his eventual return. Furthermore, this Sunday, for the second time after going six ...

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