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God's Powerful Women

Learning courage, wisdom, trust and faith through the stories of women who loved God.

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How sharing the hope we’ve found in Jesus can naturally become central to our lives.

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Famous Last Words

Jesus final words on the cross have a lot to teach us about what it means to forgive, deal with suffering, persevere and live with hope.

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Love Song

Who should you be attracted to? How should you be attractive? How do you pursue love? Resolve relationship conflict? Enjoy God-honoring sex? And turn loving feelings into actions?

If you want to know how love works, where better to turn than to the One who created us for love, and to His Song of Songs.

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Small Things, Big Difference

It is often the small things that no one sees that lead to the big changes everyone wants.

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Ghosts of Christmas Past

For many, the most wonderful time of the year isn’t so wonderful. A painful past or our own insecurities can overshadow the joy we’re supposed to be feeling. What if this year could look different? It’s time to let God heal the Ghosts of Christmas Past.

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Joy

What if you could have joy in any and every circumstance? Do you find that hard to imagine? Or is it like imagining a purple elephant flying on tiny wings wearing a tutu? You can imagine it, but you’re pretty sure it’s not real.

And yet there are people out there who have suffered more than you or I ever have, or ever will, who say that this joy is real, and is possible. They lived it. They know.

The Apostle Paul is one of those people. If you want to line your sufferings up against his, go ahead: beaten to within an inch of his life an several occasions, imprisoned multiple times (and not the type of prison where there are regular meals, TVs and yards to walk around in). He was hated, rejected, criticized, betrayed…Paul went through it all. And yet Paul lived with a joy that was deeper than all the pain he endured.

Paul found joy in his relationship with God, and in the partnerships he built with people. He found deep, lasting, circumstance-surpassing joy. And you can find it too.

Through the summer we’ll be exploring Paul’s letter to the church in Philippi, and learning to fly with the joyful dancing elephants.

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