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Sundays 10 a.m. at PHS

 

 

Sunday Services at 10 am at:  
Prescott High School-Ruth Street Theater
1050 N. Ruth St.
Prescott, AZ 86301

 

 

Church Office: 8:30am-4:30pm Tue-Fri
122 N Cortez St
Prescott, AZ
Suite 317

 

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How to Talk with Your Kids About the Sermon

How to Talk with Your Kids About the Sermon is a resource created for our parents to help them think about how to talk with their kids about the sermon. ...

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Ladies, Maximize Your Summer

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My prayer for our women. Encouraging the ladies of Canyon to maximize their spiritual growth and gospel impact through books, through relationships, and through evangelism in the Summer of 2018. ...

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Resolved to be Devoted to God

Resolved to be Devoted to God January 30, 2019 This past Sunday I preached Psalm 76. At the end of the Psalm we were reminded to commit ourselves to God based on the salvation that He gives to us. I read a quote from Jonathan Edwards on his desire to be completely devoted to God. This quote has motivated me throughout my Christian life. I wanted to share the quote wit...

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The Gospel and 6 Acres of Bare Dirt

By Brad Penner If you've noticed over the few years Canyon Prescott has been around; a theme is often repeated. Not much time passes without some reference to our initial study when the church started. We reviewed the mission of the Church; what are we to be all about. The short version: Make Jesus known to those who don't know Him and, second, become more like Him. Matt...

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Top 10 Books We Read in 2018 (from your leaders)

From Your Leaders in the Canyon Offices In one of our last office meetings of the year, we had a conversation about some of the best books we've each read this year, and thought we'd offer it to you as a list of recommended reads for the year ahead. As you begin to think and pray about 2019, consider these books as some that may be worth your time. Here are the top 10 boo...

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Book Synopsis: Made For Friendship: The Relationship That Halves Our Sorrows and Doubles Our Joys

Synopsis: Made For Friendship. The Relationship That Halves Our Sorrows and Doubles Our Joys Author: Drew Hunter Crossway Publishers Published 2018 Have you experienced the joy of good friendship in your life? Have you wondered how to enter the on ramp of devoted, deep, soul-satisfying friendship? Or have you felt the void of friendship in your life? Drew Hunter w...

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Pastor Andrew’s Top 5 Books of 2017

Pastor Andrew's Top 5 Books of 2017 Click on each title to purchase: 1.Dynamics of Spiritual Life by Richard Lovelace Lovelace examines revivals (which are often called renewal movements) in the Bible and also throughout history. I believe that many theologically sound believers are suspect of spiritual renewal, and sometimes for good reason. There are two major reasons...

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Advent Resources

Below are two links to recommended posts for the Advent Season: Click here to read The Top 40 Most Helpful Messianic Phophecies. These are "...40 of the most helpful messianic prophecies along with their New Testament fulfillments," which has been curated by Rich Robinson. During Sunday's (12/3) sermon, Pastor Andrew referenced John Piper's Good News of Great Joy: Daily ...

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Recommended Resources on Church History

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The following are several recommended resources for further study on church history. Using meal time temrminology, we will designate which of the resource are appetizers (introductory reads), or which are entrees (more substantial reads). You can also click on a book image to link for purchase: Trial Triumph: Stories from Church History: Richard M. Hannula Type of Rea...

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6 Guidelines for Clarifying Confusing Passages

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If you’ve ever been dumbfounded by a passage of Scripture, here are 6 Guidelines for Clarifying Confusing Passages. ...

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