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“When I came to Traders Point for the first time, and I was worried I would be pointed out or mocked—I was pregnant and alone. Instead, I was met with a warm welcome, and a space near the back to hear the message. The sermon was speaking directly to me. I kept coming back week after week. I met others in my neighborhood that went to TPCC, and it was so helpful to talk through what I was hearing on the weekends. One girl became a friend, and a running partner. I know she prays for me, and she’s never given up on me and always given me someone to sit with when I come by myself. She was there the day I was baptized.”

Amber Crosby

Yet what we suffer now is nothing compared to the glory He will reveal to us later. For all creation is waiting eagerly for that future day when God will reveal who His children really are.

Against its will, all creation was subjected to God’s curse. But with eager hope, the creation looks forward to the day when it will join God’s children in glorious freedom from death and decay.

For we know that all creation has been groaning as in the pains of childbirth right up to the present time. And we believers also groan, even though we have the Holy Spirit within us as a foretaste of future glory, for we long for our bodies to be released from sin and suffering. We, too, wait with eager hope for the day when God will give us our full rights as His adopted children, including the new bodies He has promised us.  

We were given this hope when we were saved. If we already have something, we don’t need to hope for it. But if we look forward to something we don’t yet have, we must wait patiently and confidently. (Romans 8:18-25, NLT)

"When we moved to Indy, we were far from both our families and feeling isolated. We found a church and got involved in a small group, and everything changed. We saw for the first time ordinary people were living out their faith together. That experience showed us what it meant to be a part of God’s family, and it grew our roots deep. The richness we found in relationships became the foundation we needed to grow spiritually. And now, when life inevitably gets hard or confusing, we know we don’t have to face it alone. When we moved and came to TPCC, we knew that joining a group was the most important thing we could do for our family."

Chad and Melanie Dumbris