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All of the parking lots and walkways have been deiced and cleared at all of our campuses. We are ready for you and to look forward to worshiping together. We will gather at our regular worship times as we kick off our brand new sermon...

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Welcome Our 2016 Pinelake Summer Interns

06.09.16

Pinelake Summer Interns come from across the the United State to serve the five campuses of Pinelake Church as we gear up for Summer Events — aiming to lead missional lives right here in Mississippi. Valuing the local church, these...

The Struggle to be Holy

06.07.16 | Spiritual Growth | by Kyle York

In Peter’s first letter, he tells us that we are to be “holy yourselves in all your behavior” (1 Peter 1:12). That’s a pretty tall order for people who live in a fallen world filled with temptations. Thankfully, we...

How God Uses Imperfect People

06.06.16 | Sermons

The apostle Peter can seem like something of a hero — he’s got his own zip code even. He’s treated as if he’s the “best of the best.” But, really, he’s had his image “doctored” just a...

The Answer is Yes

05.31.16 | Spiritual Growth | by Carroll Blackledge

When I was 13, I went on a weekend church trip to Lake Tiak-O’khata near Louisville, MS. On our first morning there, our leader encouraged us to go spend some time alone with our Bible and listen for God. So, I decided to walk a short ways...

Long Race, Long Obedience

05.24.16 | Spiritual Growth | by Jody Schmelzer

We live a marathon life. God calls us to run the race with endurance, to keep our eyes focused on Jesus no matter what comes our way. As Jody Schmelzer reminds us in today’s L3 reading, that’s not always the easiest thing to do, but...

3 Secrets of Financial Peace

05.23.16 | Under Pressure

Financial pressure is one of the leading causes of stress on today’s family. Whether you are single or a single parent or trying to make it work in a two-income household, all of us face financial stress of some sort. Abraham faced...

A New Way to Give

05.19.16 | Spiritual Growth

Tell someone under 35 to grab their checkbook or cash, and most of them will probably come up empty. According to a recent survey, 51% of Millennials prefer to use a debit or credit card even to pay for purchases under $5. And those checkbooks...

Developing Spiritual Consistency

05.17.16 | Under Pressure

Distance runners have a saying: It’s not how many miles you go in a day; it’s how many days you go a mile that counts. Consistency is the key to endurance. That’s not only true in running, but also in our spiritual...

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