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Good Friday service April 19 @ 7pm On Good Friday Christians around the world reflect on Jesus' arrest and crucifixion on a Roman cross. He was convicted of blasphemy and received this torturous form of execution. All the while, this was precisely part of his plan. He died in our place so we would not have to receive the punishment for our rebellion against God. In exchange, eternal life and forgiveness for our sins is offered to all who would believe in Jesus and turn away from living life apart from God. Join us on Good Friday to see how this all works out in God's justice and kindness so that this awful Friday can be truly be called, "good."...
Oh LORD God, I come to you with weak faith but not blind faith. You are the God who has provided parted seas, demolished walls, healing for the sick, life to the dead, and food for the sparrows. I believe you can also take care of me because you are Jehovah Jireh, the LORD who provides......
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"Lord You are El Olam. You were before the beginning and continue to be, even when the end comes. All power and authority are in Your hand. God, I admit that there are many times when I question if You are really there and why You have disregarded me even while I’ve been faithful to You......
With each Christmas season, many are reminded of classic Christmas movies such as Miracle on 34th Street, It's A Wonderful Life, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and A Christmas Story. This Christmas at The Brook, we'll take a look at the true story of Christmas beyond the films. It's this Christmas story that can change your life forever. Join us!...Keep Reading
Many of us have precious memories of Thanksgiving's past, when life was easy, bellies were full, and laughter sounded the room. Those memories, for some, may feel all too distant this time of the year. Perhaps instead of "thanks" your heart is warring to fight off the pain of loss, unmet desires, and suffering. These feelings leave you asking, "Can I be thankful this Thank...Keep Reading
Focused Prayer and Fasting this September 2015 #ThirstyPrayers...Keep Reading
10 Days of prayer and fasting. But what exactly is fasting and how do I do it? ...Keep Reading
The book of Psalms is a treasure that is often overlooked in the Bible. In the Psalms we see the extent of human experience ranging from joyous celebration, utter despair, consuming fear, bitter jealousy, to confident trust in God. The word "selah" is a Hebrew musical term probably meaning "lift up" where singers would either raise their eyes to the heavens or lift up thei...Keep Reading
With our 100th Sunday approaching on August 30th, we're setting a goal as a church of connecting with 100 people who are far from God or not a part of a local church. We envision this taking place over a cup of coffee in the evening with an old friend, on your lunch break with a coworker, an intentional invite to The Brook while on the bus with someone you started a conve...Keep Reading
As we approach our 100th worship service at The Brook on August 30, 2015, we begin our 100 Campaign on July 19 revisiting what it means to see Jesus exalted in our lives, our marriages, our friendships, our singleness, our trials, our joys and our community Join us for the journey! www.thebrookchi.com ...Keep Reading
The God of the Bible is a good God, who is infinite in his worth, supreme in his love, and breathtaking in his compassion. He alone can satisfy the deepest longings of the human heart and supply us with lasting joy, forgiveness, and eternal hope. With him as the hope for humanity and the delight of the Church, we are faced with a historic day in our nation as it pertains t...Keep Reading
I was in Jr. High the first time my eyes saw pornography. In God’s grace, he’s rooted out the image from my mind but the scenario is still there. I wasn’t looking for it, but it found me. I was heading into my classroom at school when a classmate had a picture in his hand and literally put it right in front of my face and then ran off. One of the most sobering lesson...Keep Reading