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April 15th, 2018 – Mike Ascraft

The foundation of a relational framework is trust. Sadly, our capacity to trust without hesitation disappeared. Sin broke our nature to trust. As a result, we enter our connections with an agenda and instinctively fight to meet our own needs by any means necessary.

No matter how hard we try, our “me first” approach to relationships fail to lead us to our desired goal. Instead, we just create more conflict, strife and the cycle of distrust continues. We don’t become ourselves by advancing ourselves at the expense of another. We become ourselves by denying ourselves and embracing a way that is much different.




We want to make it as easy as possible to reach people all over Southeast North Carolina, so we now have three campuses in addition to our original Wilmington location. One church with one vision, just made more convenient for you.

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There are a lot of ways to get involved at PC3. Whether you’re looking to volunteer on Sundays or get into a small group during the week, we want to make it easy to find your place.


Sunday services are an important part of your walk, but we believe that so much more growth happens when you’re also in a group. Find out how they work and how you can get connected.


It takes a village to make our services run smoothly, from our children’s ministry to video production and everything in between. Find out where your skills can make a difference.

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If you’re going through a difficult time and would like to speak to someone or seek help, our counseling staff are here for you. Learn more about the resources available to you.

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