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We will continue offering a MIDWEEK service that will consist of 5-7 minutes of the weekend pastor going deeper into the weekend content, questions for you, your family, or your cell group to consider, and then a worship song to reflect upon the truths we shared with you. We so hope this content is of benefit to you, and pray it helps you continue to grow spiritually with the Lord.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE MIDWEEK DEVOTIONAL FOR THE 6/28/2020 SERVICE

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS

How is social media seen and what is it capable of for the kingdom of God?

Where do we as believers stumble in making social media an opportunity to serve others rather than ourselves?

If we got social media right, what would that do to the church?

  

Current Series

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TOUCH POINTS

June 28 - July 19

Touch points are areas we come in contact with others in everyday life. What if these areas were not meant to benefit us, but to benefit others? What if our main touch points blessed others and helped them see God in our everyday environments? There are four key touch points we will focus on: social media, work, family, and church. What does it look like to use these for the good of others and to the glory of God?

We will continue offering a MIDWEEK service that will consist of 5-7 minutes of the weekend pastor going deeper into the weekend content, questions for you, your family, or your cell group to consider, and then a worship song to reflect upon the truths we shared with you. We so hope this content is of benefit to you, and pray it helps you continue to grow spiritually with the Lord.

Past Series

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the great unknown

May 24 - June 21

As we venture through the current unknown landscape we find ourselves in, we can be assured that God has already walked these roads with His people and has proven himself faithful time and time again. Join us in this series as we navigate the stories of the Bible that have shown God pave the way, and lead our way, through the great unknown. 

With this new series comes a new format including a MIDWEEK service that will consist of 5-7 minutes of the weekend pastor going deeper into the weekend content, questions for you, your family, or your cell group to consider, and then a worship song to reflect upon the truths we shared with you. We so hope this content is of benefit to you, and pray it helps you continue to grow spiritually with the Lord.

Thinking Like Jesus

April 19 - May 17

As we face uncertain times, we can move toward fear, anxiety, hysteria, and even depression. When we read 1 Peter, we see a prescription to the madness that surrounds us. How would Jesus react to our current situation? How would Jesus move through the empty grocery stores and the unemployment lines? How do we communicate that message to a broken world? Thinking like Jesus, leads to living like Jesus, the healing the world is truly looking for. 

The Box

March 1 - April 5

This is our 2020 All-Church Initiative. A focus on evangelism through the eyes of self deception and self awareness. Being “in the box” refers to us seeing life, others, obstacles, etc. as only distractions and frustrations taking our eyes off the most important thing, ourselves. Getting “out of the box” into self-awareness leads us to see, hear, and love the other and helps us to see others as relationships to build and not projects to manage when it comes to evangelism. 

   By becoming self aware, and acknowledging our self-betrayal, we see our relationships with others as for them rather than for ourselves.

What's Love Got To Do With It?

January 5 - January 26

This series focuses on the Gospel of Mark and its major themes. Through Jesus’ miracles, fellowship with sinners, pursuit of the kingdom, and his crucifixion and resurrection, we see God’s plan not from a sense of duty, but from a relentless love only He can offer.

Peace Makers

January 5 - January 26

Romans 12:18 (NASB) - If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men.

Peace Making is about more than forgiveness. It is resolving conflict and restoring harmony; it is an act of God’s Kingdom–love in action. Encompassing love & community, working toward justice and glorifying God, Peace Making should be the pulse of the Church. In this series, learn how to not just keep the peace, but to actively Make Peace, to the best of your abilities, with everyone!

Christmas at the Movies

December 1 - December 29

   Christmas in America has so much symbolism and folklore, music, books, and movies that all share a similar feeling; hope. In our Advent series for this year, we will be looking at popular Christmas movies that fix our eyes to gospel narratives, kingdom perspectives, and the real meaning of the season; Jesus came down to us.

Joel

November 10 - 24