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Welcome to Chesapeake Church in Huntingtown, Maryland. We believe that all people matter to God, full devotion to Jesus Christ is normal and excellence honors God. We believe genuine faith in Jesus changes a person, and that change spills out into the community. We hope you'll join us. Weekend services are Saturday at 5:00p and Sunday at 9:00a & 11:00a. To learn more, visit chesapeakechurch.org
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Jul 22, 2018

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July 21 & 22, 2018 - Job was a wealthy, godly man. And in an instant, everything he had was gone - his wealth, his family, his health. But throughout the torment of Job's grief and physical pain, he never turned his back on God. God's sovereignty and power remain steadfast through our pain. How unshakable is our faith?

Jul 15, 2018

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July 14 & 15, 2018 - What was Jesus’ vision for how His followers would deal with anger and offense? Not just the mechanics, but the heart of a believer, our willingness to overlook and to even eradicate anger from our lives. Are these the marks of the surrendered life to Christ? We’ll see.

Jul 8, 2018

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July 7 & 8, 2018As Christians we expect grace for ourselves and yet we struggle to extend it to others. Nowadays, the “Matthew 18 process” has been perverted from a path to brotherly peace and
instead is used to “set the record straight” and “get things off my chest”. Could it be that we’re so easily offended, that we actually offend the work of the cross itself? Get ready to dig in.

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