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Author: Seth Troutt

5 Reasons You Should Invite Someone To Christmas Eve

Seth Troutt / December 13, 2017
Christmas Eve, Come Let Us Adore Him, Courage, Invite

We’re less than two weeks away from Christmas Eve services. Here are five reasons why we are encouraging everyone at Gateway to invite […]

What Are You Waiting For?

Seth Troutt / December 3, 2017

Waiting.  It’s easy to think negatively about this word.  We don’t like waiting in line at the grocery store, waiting for dinner to […]

A Challenge for November: Read All of Proverbs

Seth Troutt / October 30, 2017

Here is a challenge for people in our church to take on: read the whole book of Proverbs in the month of November. The […]

The Whole Counsel of God?

Seth Troutt / September 7, 2017
drama, research team, story

*this blog post was put together by the Gateway Theology & Research Team. If you would like information about being on the team, […]

C.S. Lewis and the Five Stages of Grief

Seth Troutt / August 9, 2017
cs lewis, grief, psalms

**This is Part 3 of a 5 part series on grief and loving those who are in mourning. Read part 1, part 2, part 4, […]

Grief, Prayer, and The Psalms

Seth Troutt / August 8, 2017
community, counseling, grief, psalms

**This is Part 2 of a 5 part series on grief and loving those who are in mourning. Read part 1, part 3,  part 4, […]

All of Life Tuesday – Sanctity of Human Life

Seth Troutt / July 3, 2017
all of life, culture, pro-life

Richard Tarnas, non-Christian and author of The Passion of the Western Mind, describes what happened to Greek/Hellenistic culture when the early church grew […]

Group Questions: Acts 11:19-30

Seth Troutt / May 14, 2017
acts, discussion, questions

Here are a number of questions for discussion in families or in Redemption Community small groups. For more information about RCs, click here. 1. […]