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First “called” Christians

Are we “Christians” or do we just “call ourselves” Christians? Are we authentic? Or is it just a label we wear?

Step Up! The Challenge is On!

Five words that will transform your life and our church: honor, serve, share, lead, and give.

1 Corinthians 15:58, “Always work enthusiastically for the Lord, for you know that nothing you do for the Lord is ever useless.”

Who is My Neighbor?

Serving our neighbors opens doors for relationships and lives out what Christ has called us to.

Hot Topics 2.0

Hot Topics has been one of the most often requested and talked about series. We return to the challenging topics after laying a foundation of the importance of spiritual disciplines. It is important when dealing with the difficult subjects of life that we do so out of a growing spirituality that is rooted in the scriptures, the community of the church and an on-going relationship with the Father.  

 

In Training … for the Life to Come

Spiritual Disciplines made simple. Healthy habits that prepare us for the Hot Topics of this age. This series will help you put your hand on the rope for the journey of spiritual growth and development.

The Same Power

Easter is not just a celebration of what happened some 2000+ years ago.  It is the celebration of what God is doing right now. Over and over again, the Bible speaks to the reality that the SAME POWER of resurrection is available to us right now. 

Out of Your Cave

We all need a little help from time to time. There are issues and struggles that hold us back. The tendency is to hide away—all of us do it. God calls us to come alive, to rise up and move out of the caves that would imprison us.

In the Bible, many characters are found living in caves. The reality is that caves were only intended to be temporary dwellings—not your permanent home. Listen to the Lord who calls us out of our cave.

Legacy Families

What does it take to leave a legacy of faith in your family? Every family is just one generation away from the loss of faith. How can we better disciple our families in faith development? The family is the primary source discipleship in the lives of children.

Less is More

The New Year is a great time to reflect deeply upon what is necessary. Too much of our lives are spend on “autopilot” and we run, run, run—until we find we have run ourselves, our finances, our families and even our faith ragged. There is another way-- one where we have room to breathe, time for our families, and space for what God has planned. Simplicity in life allows us to establish margin in our living.

 

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