Hello everyone! Due to the winter storm that is expected to impact our area, the Exodus Northlake Worship gathering will be cancelled tomorrow, December 9th. Please stay safe and reach out if you need any assistance!... Read More →
On Sunday, April 15, 2018, we appointed and commissioned 6 deacons to faithfully serve the body and assist the elders so that the mission of Jesus continues to advance through the Northlake congregation of Exodus Church.
The new deacons are:
Kristen Halsted, who serves as the Administrative Assistant. She loves spending time with her husband Clint and three daughters Sophie, Ella, and Kate.... Read More →
It has been made clear through our study of the gospel of John that we are a sent people. Jesus was sent to save us and now we are sent as disciple makers to proclaim the good news of Jesus to the world around us. This is commanded for all believers everywhere. The question for us is not if we will do this, but how we will seek to do this well in our context.... Read More →
Please come out and join the pastors of Exodus for a special time of corporate prayer Sunday, June 3, 2018, at 8:30am before our worship service!
Corporate prayer is the first Sunday of every month at 8:30am at Mallard Creek STEM Academy. We meet in the ROOTS classroom. There is not childcare, but kids are welcome!... Read More →
“This, the first of his signs, Jesus did at Cana in Galilee, and manifested his glory. And his disciples believed in him.” -John 2:11
It was wonderful wine. However, the bride, groom, and guests may never have known its divine origin. John does not record their reactions to the miracle, only that of Jesus’ disciples: they saw his glory and believed in him.... Read More →
John begins his account of Christ, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning.” He then describes the incarnation by simply telling us, “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” John does not so much give us a narrative to explain the incarnation, as did Matthew, Mark, and Luke, but seems to be composing a hymn to a profound mystery with deep implications.... Read More →