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16 Sep 2017

From the Rector: You’re invited

By | Sep 16, 2017|The Amore Blog|

As many of you know, nuptial theology is very important to me. This lens for understanding God as Husband to His people—not just as King or Judge—tells us so much about the gospel. It reminds us that to be a Christian is not primarily to know the right information about

06 Sep 2017

Marriage and Singleness

By | Sep 6, 2017|The Amore Blog|

Join us next Sunday, September 17th, for lunch and a discussion about the meaning of marriage and singleness in the Christian life. All are welcome at this first event in our "Nuptial Theology for Everybody" series where Tory and others will lead us an exploration of questions such as: how

08 Aug 2017

Coming Soon: Amore Event Series

By | Aug 8, 2017|Events, Marriage, The Amore Blog|

Have you ever wondered about how a Christian vision of singleness might be a blessing to the Church? Or about the "why" of Christian marriage as opposed to just the "how"? Have you ever wondered what Tory means when he talks about "nuptial theology?" In the coming year, we are

15 Jun 2017

An Amore Father’s Day

By | Jun 15, 2017|News, The Amore Blog|

Father’s Day is a day to celebrate the ministry of fatherhood. It is a day of cute crafts gifted from sticky fingered-kids and notes of appreciation from their mothers. It is a day for dads to hear “thank you.” However, the gospel brings to bear a few important reminders for

22 May 2017

What is the “Amore Lifestyle”?

By | May 22, 2017|The Amore Blog|

If marriage is a picture of Christ's love for the Church, then married couples have a powerful ministry to the world. They are a living sign of the spousal love of Jesus-- the love that calls people from every tribe, tongue, and nation to the family of God. This means

14 May 2017

The Meaning of Motherhood

By | May 14, 2017|The Amore Blog|

Last night, Truro participated in an interdenominational memorial service "for any who mourn a child lost through miscarriage, premature birth, stillbirth, abortion, or infant death." It was a sobering and worshipful time of prayer, grief, and sharing. Here is an excerpt from the teaching delivered by Coleman Tyler and Hannah

23 Apr 2017

What is “Amore”?

By | Apr 23, 2017|The Amore Blog|

“Amore” is a word you may hear a lot around Truro. On its most fundamental level, Amore is about experiencing the love of God through the love of families. The family, as the cell of society and a community of love, show us what God is like. But also, the