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July 3, 2016

Freedom

June 26, 2016

Start Digging

June 19, 2016

How do I know God's will for my life?

June 12, 2016

10% Effort

June 5, 2016

Cutting Corners

May 29, 2016

Don't Filter Your Mouth

May 22, 2016

The Right Tools

May 15, 2016

Brick by Brick

Make Love Work - Song of Solomon

Our culture is in love with the idea of love.  We are enamored with the idea of the fairy tale beginning and the fairy tale ending, but we never hear the full story of the in-between.  These stories leave us hopeful and hopeless at the same time.  Hopeful to reach the end of our stories, but hopeless to get across the chasm between the now and the then.

In the book of Song of Solomon, God gives us the hope to start living out the then right now.  He not only gives us the destination, but lays out the roadmap on how to get there.  Love is the greatest gift given to us, but like any gift, it will take effort on our part to open it.  To make love in this world, we have to know the destination to the fairy tale ending and work to get there. 

May 8, 2016

The Grass is Greener

Make Love Work - Song of Solomon

Our culture is in love with the idea of love.  We are enamored with the idea of the fairy tale beginning and the fairy tale ending, but we never hear the full story of the in-between.  These stories leave us hopeful and hopeless at the same time.  Hopeful to reach the end of our stories, but hopeless to get across the chasm between the now and the then.

In the book of Song of Solomon, God gives us the hope to start living out the then right now.  He not only gives us the destination, but lays out the roadmap on how to get there.  Love is the greatest gift given to us, but like any gift, it will take effort on our part to open it.  To make love in this world, we have to know the destination to the fairy tale ending and work to get there. 

May 1, 2016

Man vs. Woman

Make Love Work - Song of Solomon

Our culture is in love with the idea of love.  We are enamored with the idea of the fairy tale beginning and the fairy tale ending, but we never hear the full story of the in-between.  These stories leave us hopeful and hopeless at the same time.  Hopeful to reach the end of our stories, but hopeless to get across the chasm between the now and the then.

In the book of Song of Solomon, God gives us the hope to start living out the then right now.  He not only gives us the destination, but lays out the roadmap on how to get there.  Love is the greatest gift given to us, but like any gift, it will take effort on our part to open it.  To make love in this world, we have to know the destination to the fairy tale ending and work to get there. 

April 24, 2016

Sky Rockets in Flight

Make Love Work - Song of Solomon

Our culture is in love with the idea of love.  We are enamored with the idea of the fairy tale beginning and the fairy tale ending, but we never hear the full story of the in-between.  These stories leave us hopeful and hopeless at the same time.  Hopeful to reach the end of our stories, but hopeless to get across the chasm between the now and the then.

In the book of Song of Solomon, God gives us the hope to start living out the then right now.  He not only gives us the destination, but lays out the roadmap on how to get there.  Love is the greatest gift given to us, but like any gift, it will take effort on our part to open it.  To make love in this world, we have to know the destination to the fairy tale ending and work to get there. 

April 17, 2016

Put A Ring On It

Make Love Work - Song of Solomon

Our culture is in love with the idea of love.  We are enamored with the idea of the fairy tale beginning and the fairy tale ending, but we never hear the full story of the in-between.  These stories leave us hopeful and hopeless at the same time.  Hopeful to reach the end of our stories, but hopeless to get across the chasm between the now and the then.

In the book of Song of Solomon, God gives us the hope to start living out the then right now.  He not only gives us the destination, but lays out the roadmap on how to get there.  Love is the greatest gift given to us, but like any gift, it will take effort on our part to open it.  To make love in this world, we have to know the destination to the fairy tale ending and work to get there. 

April 10, 2016

Going all the Way

Make Love Work - Song of Solomon

Our culture is in love with the idea of love.  We are enamored with the idea of the fairy tale beginning and the fairy tale ending, but we never hear the full story of the in-between.  These stories leave us hopeful and hopeless at the same time.  Hopeful to reach the end of our stories, but hopeless to get across the chasm between the now and the then.

In the book of Song of Solomon, God gives us the hope to start living out the then right now.  He not only gives us the destination, but lays out the roadmap on how to get there.  Love is the greatest gift given to us, but like any gift, it will take effort on our part to open it.  To make love in this world, we have to know the destination to the fairy tale ending and work to get there. 

April 3, 2016

The Peacock: Mating Calls

March 27, 2016

Deep Waters

Be Bold: Safe is Boring

 

The Christian life is full of adventure when it is actually lived.  For many of us we are more worried about staying safe than living fully.  We are bombarded with the constant fears and questions of “what if”, so we never move from our safe places to actually follow God’s leading in our lives.  The reality is that when it comes to this life we can never be safe on our own.  God did not promise a life without fear, but He did promise a life greater than anything we could lose. He promised do be our safety when we are living boldly for Him.

In this series we are answering the question: “Who are we and where are we going?”  In the book of Acts, the first church lived a life so bold that it changed the course of history and impacted the world as we know it.  As God’s Church and plan A for the world, He calls us to Be Bold and follow His Spirit’s leading in our lives.  Being bold enough to truly live is not the absence of fear, but rather the presence of faith.  So Be Bold because Safe is boring.

 

Week 1: Bold Vision

Week 2 : No Strings-Attached Relationships 

Week 3 :  The Big Ask

Week 4 : Grasping Generously

Week 5 : Full of It 

Week 6 : Road to Somewhere

Week 7 : You Have to See This

 

March 20, 2016

You Have To See This

Be Bold: Safe is Boring

 

The Christian life is full of adventure when it is actually lived.  For many of us we are more worried about staying safe than living fully.  We are bombarded with the constant fears and questions of “what if”, so we never move from our safe places to actually follow God’s leading in our lives.  The reality is that when it comes to this life we can never be safe on our own.  God did not promise a life without fear, but He did promise a life greater than anything we could lose. He promised do be our safety when we are living boldly for Him.

In this series we are answering the question: “Who are we and where are we going?”  In the book of Acts, the first church lived a life so bold that it changed the course of history and impacted the world as we know it.  As God’s Church and plan A for the world, He calls us to Be Bold and follow His Spirit’s leading in our lives.  Being bold enough to truly live is not the absence of fear, but rather the presence of faith.  So Be Bold because Safe is boring.

 

Week 1: Bold Vision

Week 2 : No Strings-Attached Relationships 

Week 3 :  The Big Ask

Week 4 : Grasping Generously

Week 5 : Full of It 

Week 6 : Road to Somewhere

Week 7 : You Have to See This

 

March 13, 2016

Road to Somewhere

Be Bold: Safe is Boring

 

The Christian life is full of adventure when it is actually lived.  For many of us we are more worried about staying safe than living fully.  We are bombarded with the constant fears and questions of “what if”, so we never move from our safe places to actually follow God’s leading in our lives.  The reality is that when it comes to this life we can never be safe on our own.  God did not promise a life without fear, but He did promise a life greater than anything we could lose. He promised do be our safety when we are living boldly for Him.

In this series we are answering the question: “Who are we and where are we going?”  In the book of Acts, the first church lived a life so bold that it changed the course of history and impacted the world as we know it.  As God’s Church and plan A for the world, He calls us to Be Bold and follow His Spirit’s leading in our lives.  Being bold enough to truly live is not the absence of fear, but rather the presence of faith.  So Be Bold because Safe is boring.

 

Week 1: Bold Vision

Week 2 : No Strings-Attached Relationships 

Week 3 :  The Big Ask

Week 4 : Grasping Generously

Week 5 : Full of It 

Week 6 : Road to Somewhere

Week 7 : You Have to See This

 

March 6, 2016

Full Of It

Be Bold: Safe is Boring

 

The Christian life is full of adventure when it is actually lived.  For many of us we are more worried about staying safe than living fully.  We are bombarded with the constant fears and questions of “what if”, so we never move from our safe places to actually follow God’s leading in our lives.  The reality is that when it comes to this life we can never be safe on our own.  God did not promise a life without fear, but He did promise a life greater than anything we could lose. He promised do be our safety when we are living boldly for Him.

In this series we are answering the question: “Who are we and where are we going?”  In the book of Acts, the first church lived a life so bold that it changed the course of history and impacted the world as we know it.  As God’s Church and plan A for the world, He calls us to Be Bold and follow His Spirit’s leading in our lives.  Being bold enough to truly live is not the absence of fear, but rather the presence of faith.  So Be Bold because Safe is boring.

 

Week 1: Bold Vision

Week 2 : No Strings-Attached Relationships 

Week 3 :  The Big Ask

Week 4 : Grasping Generously

Week 5 : Full of It 

Week 6 : Road to Somewhere

Week 7 : You Have to See This

 

February 28, 2016

Grasping Generosity

Be Bold: Safe is Boring

 

The Christian life is full of adventure when it is actually lived.  For many of us we are more worried about staying safe than living fully.  We are bombarded with the constant fears and questions of “what if”, so we never move from our safe places to actually follow God’s leading in our lives.  The reality is that when it comes to this life we can never be safe on our own.  God did not promise a life without fear, but He did promise a life greater than anything we could lose. He promised do be our safety when we are living boldly for Him.

In this series we are answering the question: “Who are we and where are we going?”  In the book of Acts, the first church lived a life so bold that it changed the course of history and impacted the world as we know it.  As God’s Church and plan A for the world, He calls us to Be Bold and follow His Spirit’s leading in our lives.  Being bold enough to truly live is not the absence of fear, but rather the presence of faith.  So Be Bold because Safe is boring.

 

Week 1: Bold Vision

Week 2 : No Strings-Attached Relationships 

Week 3 :  The Big Ask

Week 4 : Grasping Generously

Week 5 : Full of It 

Week 6 : Road to Somewhere

Week 7 : You Have to See This

 

February 21, 2016

The Big Ask

Be Bold: Safe is Boring

 

The Christian life is full of adventure when it is actually lived.  For many of us we are more worried about staying safe than living fully.  We are bombarded with the constant fears and questions of “what if”, so we never move from our safe places to actually follow God’s leading in our lives.  The reality is that when it comes to this life we can never be safe on our own.  God did not promise a life without fear, but He did promise a life greater than anything we could lose. He promised do be our safety when we are living boldly for Him.

In this series we are answering the question: “Who are we and where are we going?”  In the book of Acts, the first church lived a life so bold that it changed the course of history and impacted the world as we know it.  As God’s Church and plan A for the world, He calls us to Be Bold and follow His Spirit’s leading in our lives.  Being bold enough to truly live is not the absence of fear, but rather the presence of faith.  So Be Bold because Safe is boring.

 

Week 1: Bold Vision

Week 2 : No Strings-Attached Relationships 

Week 3 :  The Big Ask

Week 4 : Grasping Generously

Week 5 : Full of It 

Week 6 : Road to Somewhere

Week 7 : You Have to See This

 

February 14, 2016

No Strings Attached

Be Bold: Safe is Boring

 

The Christian life is full of adventure when it is actually lived.  For many of us we are more worried about staying safe than living fully.  We are bombarded with the constant fears and questions of “what if”, so we never move from our safe places to actually follow God’s leading in our lives.  The reality is that when it comes to this life we can never be safe on our own.  God did not promise a life without fear, but He did promise a life greater than anything we could lose. He promised do be our safety when we are living boldly for Him.

In this series we are answering the question: “Who are we and where are we going?”  In the book of Acts, the first church lived a life so bold that it changed the course of history and impacted the world as we know it.  As God’s Church and plan A for the world, He calls us to Be Bold and follow His Spirit’s leading in our lives.  Being bold enough to truly live is not the absence of fear, but rather the presence of faith.  So Be Bold because Safe is boring.

 

Week 1: Bold Vision

Week 2 : No Strings-Attached Relationships 

Week 3 :  The Big Ask

Week 4 : Grasping Generously

Week 5 : Full of It 

Week 6 : Road to Somewhere

Week 7 : You Have to See This

 

February 7, 2016

Bold Vision

TIRED. FRUSTRATED. OVERWHELMED.

We all struggle with these things. It can make you feel like “The Walking Dead.” You’re living, but without energy, hope or direction.

Join us on Sundays in January 2016 for a new series: The Walking Dead. We’ll explore the challenges of living and find fresh encouragement and purpose for our lives and families in the new year!

CONTENT: Revelations 19-22 (chronologically)

  • Week 1: The Infected (Rev. 19:1-10—The Wedding Feast)
  • Week 2: World War Z (Rev. 19:11-20:10—Triumph over the Enemy))
  • Week 3: Hell on Earth (Hell)
  • Week 4: The Cure (Heaven)
  • Week 5: Alive (Rev. 22—The Redeemed)

 

January 31, 2016

Alive

TIRED. FRUSTRATED. OVERWHELMED.

We all struggle with these things. It can make you feel like “The Walking Dead.” You’re living, but without energy, hope or direction.

Join us on Sundays in January 2016 for a new series: The Walking Dead. We’ll explore the challenges of living and find fresh encouragement and purpose for our lives and families in the new year!

CONTENT: Revelations 19-22 (chronologically)

  • Week 1: The Infected (Rev. 19:1-10—The Wedding Feast)
  • Week 2: World War Z (Rev. 19:11-20:10—Triumph over the Enemy))
  • Week 3: Hell on Earth (Hell)
  • Week 4: The Cure (Heaven)
  • Week 5: Alive (Rev. 22—The Redeemed)

 

January 24, 2016

Heaven

TIRED. FRUSTRATED. OVERWHELMED.

We all struggle with these things. It can make you feel like “The Walking Dead.” You’re living, but without energy, hope or direction.

Join us on Sundays in January 2016 for a new series: The Walking Dead. We’ll explore the challenges of living and find fresh encouragement and purpose for our lives and families in the new year!

CONTENT: Revelations 19-22 (chronologically)

  • Week 1: The Infected (Rev. 19:1-10—The Wedding Feast)
  • Week 2: World War Z (Rev. 19:11-20:10—Triumph over the Enemy))
  • Week 3: Hell on Earth (Hell)
  • Week 4: The Cure (Heaven)
  • Week 5: Alive (Rev. 22—The Redeemed)

 

January 17, 2016

Hell On Earth

TIRED. FRUSTRATED. OVERWHELMED.

We all struggle with these things. It can make you feel like “The Walking Dead.” You’re living, but without energy, hope or direction.

Join us on Sundays in January 2016 for a new series: The Walking Dead. We’ll explore the challenges of living and find fresh encouragement and purpose for our lives and families in the new year!

CONTENT: Revelations 19-22 (chronologically)

  • Week 1: The Infected (Rev. 19:1-10—The Wedding Feast)
  • Week 2: World War Z (Rev. 19:11-20:10—Triumph over the Enemy))
  • Week 3: Hell on Earth (Hell)
  • Week 4: The Cure (Heaven)
  • Week 5: Alive (Rev. 22—The Redeemed)

 

January 10, 2016

World War Z

TIRED. FRUSTRATED. OVERWHELMED.

We all struggle with these things. It can make you feel like “The Walking Dead.” You’re living, but without energy, hope or direction.

Join us on Sundays in January 2016 for a new series: The Walking Dead. We’ll explore the challenges of living and find fresh encouragement and purpose for our lives and families in the new year!

CONTENT: Revelations 19-22 (chronologically)

  • Week 1: The Infected (Rev. 19:1-10—The Wedding Feast)
  • Week 2: World War Z (Rev. 19:11-20:10—Triumph over the Enemy))
  • Week 3: Hell on Earth (Hell)
  • Week 4: The Cure (Heaven)
  • Week 5: Alive (Rev. 22—The Redeemed)

 

January 3, 2016

The Infected

December 20, 2015

Born to Die

December 13, 2015

Santa Claus is Coming to Town

December 6, 2015

3 Guys, A Barn and a Baby

December 17, 2017

Week 3

December 10, 2017

Week 2

December 3, 2017

God With Us

November 26, 2017

Tunnel Vision

November 19, 2017

Blindspot

November 12, 2017

Nearsighted

November 5, 2017

Farsighted

October 29, 2017

More Than Words

October 22, 2017

Speak Up

October 15, 2017

Heart Attack

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