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At Founders, we seek to bring glory to God and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in all that we do. We invite you to join us for one of our Sunday or Wednesday services.

Service Times

  • Sunday Morning:

    9:00am (Bible study),

    10:30am (Worship)

  • Sunday Evening:

    6:30pm (Worship)

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Preparing for Worship

Preparing for Worship: December 9, 2018

Text: Mark 13:1-2
Title: “The Temple’s Doom”

This Lord’s Day, we prepare to hear the Olivet Discourse in Mark 13, which is Christ’s farewell prophecy. Before He gave that, however, His disciples observed the beauty of the temple complex. Jesus responded with a prophecy concerning the destruction of the temple, a destruction that would take place in A.D. 70. We will hear our Lord’s answer to the disciple’s wonder over those buildings, and we will consider how His answer speaks to every generation since.

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a Spotify playlist here:

  1. Come All Ye Faithful
  2. None But Thee
  3. Hark the Herald Angels Sing
  4. Yet Not I But Through Christ in Me
  5. All Glory Be to Christ
  6. His Mercy is More
  7. How Great Thou Art
  8. When I Survey

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Preparing for Worship: December 2, 2018

This Lord’s Day we return to a regular schedule for preaching. In the morning service we will consider Mark 12:41-44. The sermon is entitled “Proud Men and Poor Widows.” We will consider why this account of the poor widow who put in all that she had to live on is given immediately after Christ’s assessment of the scribes. In the evening we will begin the third chapter of Titus. In the first eleven verses, Paul imparts a fourfold responsibility to Titus for his work of shepherding the churches. We will begin to consider the first of those, a faithful shepherd’s responsibility to remind believers of how they are to relate to an unbelieving world. 

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a Spotify playlist here, or a YouTube playlist here:

  1. A Day of Glory
  2. Come All Ye Faithful
  3. Christ is Mine Forevermore
  4. Not in Me
  5. All Creatures of Our God and King
  6. Come Behold the Wondrous Mystery
  7. Show Us Christ

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Preparing for Worship: November 25, 2018

Sermon: Titus 2:11–15
Title: “Applying the Gospel”

     I. THE BASIS FOR NEW TESTAMENT EXHORTATIONS (v. 11)

     II. THE SUBSTANCE OF NEW TESTAMENT IMPERATIVES (v. 12)

     III. THE MOTIVATION FOR NEW TESTAMENT LIVING (vv. 13–14)

     IV. THE AUTHORITY OF NEW TESTAMENT INSTRUCTION (v. 15)

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a Spotify playlist here, or a YouTube playlist here:

  1. A Day of Glory
  2. Praise to the Lord
  3. None But Thee
  4. Come Lord Jesus
  5. Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me
  6. He Who is Mighty
  7. The Church’s One Foundation

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Preparing for Worship: November 18, 2018

Text: Mark 12:35-40 
Title: “Beware Blind Guides”

     I. Blind guides misunderstand Christ from the Scriptures (12:35–37)

     II. Blind guides exalt themselves in their religious activity (12:38–40a)

     III. Blind guides are destined for a future they refuse to imagine (12:40b)

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a Spotify playlist here:

1. A Mighty Fortress
2. Raised to Life
3. Yet Not I, But Through Christ In Me

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Preparing for Worship: October 28, 2018

This Lord’s Day we will spend our time in Mark and Titus. In Mark 12:28-34 we will hear our Lord’s answer to a scribe’s question regarding the greatest commandment. We will see that God’s greatest commandment also speaks to man’s greatest need. In the evening service we will hear God’s instruction for Christian slaves. We will consider the slave’s life, and ask how God’s instruction for Christian slaves speaks to our own world and our own lives.

Lastly, as part of the evening service we will have Nathan Ramirez’s ordination and say goodbye to him, Amber, and their children. Pray for them, and pray for the success of God’s Word as we approach worship this Sunday.

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a Spotify playlist here, or a YouTube playlist here:

  1. The Solid Rock
  2. You Are Worthy of Your Glory
  3. We Sing as One
  4. Be Still My Soul

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Preparing for Worship: October 14, 2018

This Lord’s Day we will take a break from the book of Titus to consider our Lord’s message to the church at Ephesus (Revelation 2:1-7). As you remember, the church at Ephesus had many things that Jesus commended in them. But the one glaring problem was that they had moved away from their first love. In the morning service we will examine ourselves by the commendations they received from Christ, by His correction of them, and by His charge to them. In the evening service we will continue our study of the book of Mark (12:13-17). Spies from the Pharisees and Herodians came to Jesus looking to entrap Him by His words. We examine the first of their “test” questions, and we will worship our Savior as we see the power of His purity and wisdom.

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a playlist here:

  1. A Mighty Fortress is Our God
  2. How Deep the Father’s Love for Us
  3. Only a Holy God
  4. Come Thou Almighty King
  5. Romans 11 (Doxology)

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Preparing for Worship: October 7, 2018

Text: John 2:1–11
Title: Jesus and the Wedding at Cana

In the Gospels, we often read stories of Jesus that hint at who he really is and what he came to do. These stories are not explanations of who Jesus is, but rather Jesus demonstrates who he is by his actions and comments. John 2 is such a story. Jesus is attending a wedding with his family and disciples. When the wine runs out, Jesus performs the first of his “signs” by changing water into wine (2:11), thus keeping the wedding festivities going. Why would Jesus do this? And what does the “sign” say about his person and work? Why would Jesus decide to change water into wine as the first of his signs to show the world who he really is? 

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a playlist here:

  1. All Creatures of Our God and King
  2. Man of Sorrows
  3. Shine Into Our Night 
  4. How Great Thou Art

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Preparing for Worship: September 30, 2018

This Lord’s Day we will be taught from Mark 12:1-12 and Titus 2:6-8. In Mark 12 our Lord gave a parable that exposed the plans and motives of the religious leaders of the Jews who confronted Him in the temple. We will see God’s marvelous doing of taking the stone that the builder’s rejected and making it the cornerstone.

In Titus 2, we will see what the church is to teach younger men. Manhood is under attack in our culture, and there is much confusion (even in the church) about what should characterize Christian men. We look forward to worshiping our God around His Word.

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a playlist here:

  1. Psalm 46 
  2. Raised to Life
  3. Grace So Glorious
  4. Jesus Thank You
  5. Come Lord Jesus

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Preparing for Worship: September 16, 2018

Text: John 6:22-39

In John 6 we read about two famous stories which occur back-to-back, the first that of Jesus feeding the five thousand (6:1–14), and the second of Jesus walking on the water (6:15–21). Immediately following these events, Jesus makes his way to the other side of the Sea of Galilee only to find that the crowds are still following him in droves. In these accounts we see that the reason for the multitude’s presence was the attraction of the “signs” that Jesus wrought. In our passage this Sunday morning, we will see how so many people seek Jesus but mostly for the wrong reasons, or with wrong methods, or in the wrong places. Those who truly look to him in faith, however, are explained by God, accepted by God, and secure in God.

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a playlist here

  1. Holy, Holy, Holy
  2. There is a Fountain
  3. It is Well with My Soul
  4. Come, Lord Jesus
  5. Jesus Thank You

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Preparing for Worship: September 9, 2018

This Lord’s Day we will spend our time in Mark 11:20-25 (morning service), and Titus 2:1-2 (evening service). This week I would simply exhort you to read those passages and come prepared to worship our great God and receive from His Word. I list both passages as a reminder that our evening services are important. We have covenanted together to be faithful to the worship services of our church. If at all possible, you should be present. We look forward to our time together Sunday morning and night!

Songs we will sing this week include the following, provided in a playlist here

  1. Come Praise and Glorify
  2. Psalm 62
  3. Solid Rock
  4. No Greater Aim
  5. All Glory Be to Christ

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