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COVID-19 Update May 27, 2020

Doxa Church, In light of the most recent information released by the state, we are entering into a 21 day period with updated guidelines for how churches can function. Below are a few updates on how we will be proceeding at Doxa. 1) Doxa Students will be up and running in-person starting in June. Pastor Zak Graves will be in contact with students and parents on the s...

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Doxa Church COVID-19 Update: 4/22/2020

Doxa, Today I want to give you guys an update for what the month of May is looking like for our Church. It's safe to say that we will begin May the way April has been, having Sunday Worship, Small Groups, Doxa Students, etc. online. We are hopeful that the number of people that can gather together in California will grow as the month goes on, and we can move forward with m...

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Philippians 1:1-18 Devotional

Start by reading Philippians 1:1-18 Paul's letter to the Philippian church is all about the gospel. He identifies them as his partner in the spread of the gospel, and now that he is in prison he is asking them to join with him all the more to spread the gospel. In the midst of that plea, he tells all of us something profound: Jesus misses his people. Did you know that? W...

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Philippians 1:18b-30 Devotional

Start by readingPhilippians 1:18b-30 Rejoicing that transcends all restrictions, distances, circumstances, yes, even life itself. When a people's greatest hope is in the gospel, Christ will be magnified, and His people will rejoice. Yes, they will rejoice! The Apostle Paul was doing his second, two-year term in prison, shut off and separated from his beloved church famil...

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Philippians 2:1-11 Devotional

Start by reading Philippians 2:1-11 Let's focus on verses 6-8 to help us see some implications for our lives. Starting in verse 6 - "...Christ Jesus, who, though in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, he humbled himse...

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Philippians 2:12-30 Devotional

Start by reading Philippians 2:12-30 A few weeks ago, we observed that Paul calls the church to act in a "manner worthy of the gospel of Christ" (1:27), and that he commands us to live humbly and sacrificially for one another (2:3-4). After addressing the church explicitly, he then draws our attention to the quintessential example of humility in the perfect obedience of o...

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Philippians 3:1-11 Devotional

Start by reading Philippians 3:1-11 In this passage we see Paul tackle a hard but necessary correction in the Philippian church: Ascribing value between earthly and eternal things.Paul calls out a group known as the Judaizers who believed Gentiles must first become Jewish in order to then become a Christian (those who mutilate the flesh referring to circumcision). This gr...

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The State Of Small Groups During COVID-19

Recently we asked Small Group Leaders to fill out a survey of how their groups are going and the responses were very encouraging. While in many cases the struggles were predictable (tech issues, inconsistent communication, distractions, and multi-tasking), what shined through was the dedication, love, and community being expressed and strengthened even in these uncertain a...

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Doxa Church COVID-19 Update 3/31/2020

Doxa Church, In light of the extended social distancing guidelines suggested by our President, we will continue to have church in our homes at least through April. We know and trust that God will use this time for His Glory and our good regardless of where we are worshipping. We want to let you know about a few new things that will be coming out this week and next week o...

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Doxa Church COVID-19 Update 3/17/2020

Doxa Church, First, in light of continuing concerns regarding COVID-19, we have decided to do church in homes at least through the end of March. We intend to send out full video services on Sunday mornings, and they will be available online via our website, App, and social media. We are also working on ways to make those videos more accessible for our people to watch on ...

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