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The Mission Church meets every Sunday at 9:15 am and 11:00 am at 52767 Shelby Rd., Shelby Township, MI 48316 (at the corner of Shelby and 24 Mile Rd). This channel features weekly sermons from lead pastor Dan Kopp and other speakers. Continue Reading >>
The Mission Church meets every Sunday at 9:15 am and 11:00 am at 52767 Shelby Rd., Shelby Township, MI 48316 (at the corner of Shelby and 24 Mile Rd). This channel features weekly sermons from lead pastor Dan Kopp and other speakers. << Show Less
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05.09.2021 – You Are Special It was our Father&#8217;s desire for children that birthed His plan for creation. Could it&nbsp;be that everything that has been created &#8212; from the heavens to the earth &#8212; came out of our Father&#8217;s desire to have children? If that is true, all of us need to sit back and let it soak into us just how special we are to our Father&#8217;s heart and how much He delights in and pursues us! In addition, because May 9th is Mother&#8217;s Day, we are going to pray a special blessing over the moms&#8230; so be sure to bring your whole family (and extended&nbsp;family!) to church!
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05.09.2021 – You Are Special It was our Father&#8217;s desire for children that birthed His plan for creation. Could it&nbsp;be that everything that has been created &#8212; from the heavens to the earth &#8212; came out of our Father&#8217;s desire to have children? If that is true, all of us need to sit back and let it soak into us just how special we are to our Father&#8217;s heart and how much He delights in and pursues us! In addition, because May 9th is Mother&#8217;s Day, we are going to pray a special blessing over the moms&#8230; so be sure to bring your whole family (and extended&nbsp;family!) to church!
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05.02.2021 – If The Holy Spirit Left It has been said that if the Holy Spirit was withdrawn from the American church today, 95% wouldn&#8217;t realize it! Since our church launched, we have made it our goal to be a church where the Holy Spirit doesn&#8217;t take a backseat but is the power behind everything&nbsp;we do. Please join us this Sunday as we look back to the early years of our church and as we dream about the future.&nbsp;
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04.25.2021 – Overcomer Are you sick and tired of going to church but not feeling at “home”? Are you frustrated how often you choose&nbsp;to judge others instead of love them? Do you wish you were more generous? Do you long to love a life free of the shackles of fear? Well our lead pastor&nbsp;Dan Kopp has some good news for you! The&nbsp;Bible says you are an overcomer! And you can overcome these things by the&nbsp;power of the Holy Spirit!


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04.18.2021 – The Original Orphan Spirit We sing &#8220;I&#8217;m a child of God&#8230; yes I am!&#8221; and while those words are easy to say and sing, we have to battle against an orphan spirit. Satan – the first&nbsp;orphan&nbsp;– wants us to live like&nbsp;orphans&nbsp;instead of living as children of God. It&#8217;s time to fight back! It&#8217;s time to embrace our true identity and stop believing the devil&#8217;s lies.


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04.11.2021 – Living Like Orphans In God’s House Sons and daughters of the King of the Universe. That is how the Bible describes us! The Apostle Paul wrote how we are “co-heirs with Christ” (really think about what that means for a minute!). And yet most of us live our lives more like spiritual orphans than spiritual sons and daughters of God. Why is that? Because we have an orphan spirit. And this orphan spirit cannot be cast out. It can only be healed. And healing can only be found in our Father&#8217;s house. We need to learn to find our way home.






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04.04.2021 – Easter Sunday: Graves Into Gardens Imagine it was Sunday morning 2,000 years ago. Jesus had been crucified and His body laid in a Tomb. Imagine you were in that Tomb, paying your respects. Mourning the loss of your Savior. And then imagine the moment the buried body of Jesus began to breathe! And you saw it happen! The moment before that moment, you’d be filled with grief and hopelessness. And one moment later you’d be filled with unspeakable joy. Easter Sunday proved that death doesn’t have the last word. God does. Over the past year, we have taken a lot of hits in our personal lives and in our country. And a lot of bad news has filled the airwaves. But God has the last word. And He isn’t done speaking! And He isn’t done moving mountains either!


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04.02.2021 – Good Friday: Thank You Jesus Did you know that one of the original names for the Last Supper was the “Thank You Meal?” That is what the earliest Christians called it. And that’s what we are going to focus on this&nbsp;Good&nbsp;Friday. Thankfulness. For what Jesus did on the Cross. As we reflect on our sins that made the Cross necessary, may we not wallow in condemnation but explode with gratitude.


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03.28.2021 – From Pauper to Prince On the first “Palm Sunday” 2,000 years ago, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. And everyone declared Him to be King. And He is! And it gets even better! Why? Because the Bible teaches that Jesus is our brother (see Hebrews 2:11). If your Brother is the King, what does that make you? A pauper? No way! It makes you a prince or a princess! And that is what you are! We need to realize who God says and the key role we have in advancing His Kingdom — the Kingdom of God — on earth!
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03.21.2021 – Three Sides to Every Story There is a cliché in our culture that says, “there are two sides to every story.” And if you only hear one side, you might miss the truth. And that’s exactly what has happened in the American Church when it comes to what is known as “the gospel.” We focus on just one side of it — about what happens after you die. And while that is a critical side of the Good News, WHAT IF that isn’t the whole picture. And by treating that side as the only side, what are we missing. And what if there aren’t just two sides to the gospel . . . but three?


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