Last Sunday, July 14th, we got to welcome and pray over our newest staff member to the Northlake congregation of Exodus Church. Emily Rodgers will be serving as our “Deacon of kids and administration” and I could not be more excited to have her as a part of the team. Emily and her husband Andrew have been serving faithfully as deacons over our kids ministry since the fall of 2017.... Read More →
John, the beloved disciple of Jesus Christ, is exiled on the island of Patmos “on account of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus” (Revelation 1:9, ESV). It is here the resurrected King Jesus comes to meet with him and shares with him what he records in the book of Revelation. In chapter one, we see a glorious picture of who God is.... Read More →
Last Sunday, June 9th, we got to welcome our newest pastor and staff member to the Northlake congregation of Exodus Church. He will be serving as our “Pastor of Community and Mission” and I could not be more excited to have him as a part of the team. He and his family are an incredible gift of God’s grace to our church family.... Read More →
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 →