Your Wedding

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Dear Friends,
First, let me congratulate you on your upcoming wedding and wish you great joy. What you are wanting to do is a good thing. God invented marriage and He doesn’t have bad ideas. I can only hope that the two of you will be blessed in your marriage as much as my wife and I have been.

Second, there is a reoccurring issue that seems to come up almost every time I meet with couples preparing for marriage: “What if we’re not sure we are Christians?” It’s a good question, and one I’d love to discuss further with you, but let me share with you just briefly what is at the core of Christianity.

One of the great misconceptions about Christianity, is that it’s on par with all the other world religions, that it’s simply another set of rules. People say, “Islam has its rules, and if you follow them you’ll be a good person and get to go to Heaven” or “Buddhism has its rules, and if you follow them you’ll be a good person and get to go to heaven.”

At the core of Christianity is the belief that none of us are “good enough” to get to Heaven.  The Bible tells us that “Our righteousness is like filthy rags” and that “all have sinned and fallen short of the Glory of God.” Because we are in this fallen state, God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to live a life of perfect righteousness, die on the cross in our stead (taking upon himself on the cross the penalty for our sin), and rose from the dead three days later (showing himself victorious over death).  He was our substitute, and he exchanged his righteousness (goodness) for our sin (wickedness), suffering in our place.

The word Christian means a follower of Christ.  It’s used of someone who puts their faith (or trust) in Christ. So, if you think you’re going to Heaven because you’re a “good person,” you’re not a Christian.  If, however, you realize that you’re not good enough to go the Heaven, but have placed your trust in Christ and what He has done on your behalf, you’re a Christian, and you’ve been adopted into the family of God.

Again, if this doesn’t make sense to you or you have questions, I’d love to meet with you and discuss this further.

For further reading on the subject, pick up a copy of The Reason for God by Tim Keller or go to
God’s richest blessing to you both.


  • sean.m
    Posted July 24, 2014 7:27 pm 0Likes

    I would love to get remarried at this beautiful church . Plus im looking for a new place of worship I hope to come this weekend GOD BLESS ALL

    • Pastor Robert
      Posted September 22, 2014 11:44 pm 0Likes

      Sean – were you able to make it? Sorry I haven’t gotten back to you sooner, apparently something is wrong with our website.

  • Carolyn Holgate
    Posted March 29, 2016 4:49 am 0Likes

    Our wedding at your church was perfect! Gorgeous setting overlooking the mountains … Lovely garden and so blessed to have you speak blessings at our ceremony ! Carolyn and Paul Holgate

  • Cindy Anderson
    Posted January 10, 2022 4:44 pm 0Likes

    I would like information on having my son and his bride married at your church.

    • Pastor Robert
      Posted January 16, 2022 1:16 pm 0Likes

      May I wish you great joy! Excited for your son and his Bride. I don’t know if you have had a chance to check out our Website –

      So a couple of things.

      We only do Christian weddings

      Weddings at the church will be overseen by me. . There may be times when a couple has a close family member who is a Christian pastor or they attend another church and are especially close to their pastor. In such cases, the church may allow the “guest pastor” to perform the ceremony under my supervision.

      Cost is $1500 that covers a one hour rehearsal (typically the night prior), as well as 3 1/2 hours the day of the event. You can allocate that time however you wish, and extra hours for the wedding can be reserved at a rate of $300 per hour.

      Here is a google shared album that will give you some ideas of the space.

      Have you been up to the church yet and seen it in person?

      Feel free to give me a call with any questions or to set up a time to see the church.


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