Veritas Vitae is the "Truth Lives" in Latin. These blogs tell the truth in different forms, in different ways, of what God's word says, and what God is doing in and through His people at Anchor Community!

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God Is Faithful; Even When We're Not

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon, go to God Is Faithful; Even When We're Not Jesus was betrayed by everyone He knew, including his friend and disciple, Peter. Peter had some big words for Jesus when Jesus predicted Peter's betrayal, but when time came to either standing up for Jesus or saving his own ...

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Christ Alone

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Posted by Andre Jones on

To listen to the sermon go to Christ Alone Summary What does it mean that Jesus is referred to as the “Son of God” yet refers to Himself as the “Son of man?” What do these titles mean? Especially in light of the fact that Jesus is being accused of the crime of ...

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Kingdom Power

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon go to Kingdom Power Summary This is a passage that is often used as a proof text for passivism. Although passivism may be the best choice, this verse doesn’t support it. This verse is consistent with Jesus’ version of His Kingdom that He has been ...

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Missional Life

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

The following is from a blog from a fellow minister in So Cal regarding our call as missionaries to the world God has placed us in. It is challenging, but a solid reminder of our role in God's Kingdom here on earth. I hope you will enjoy it. If you are a Christian reading ...

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Testimony On Anchor Jordan 2016

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Posted by Jay Johnson on

  Jay Johnson accompanied Anchor to Jordan this past August to serve Syrian refugees on the Syrian border.Here's his testimony regarding the trip! A few months ago I had the opportunity to  travel to Jordan with seven other people from Anchor. We went to a town called Mafraq near the ...

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The Angst of Gethsemane

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Posted by Michael Gunn on

To listen to the sermon go to The Angst of Gethsemane Have you ever wondered why Jesus was so "Sorrowful" and "Troubled" in the garden? It seems that many men and women have been braver on the eve of their execution than we see Jesus here in Gethsemane. Why so much angst? Well the secret is found ...

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