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Digitally [Re]Mastered

Someone once said, “We make our decisions, and then our decisions turn around and make us.” When it comes to our relationship with technology, that’s never been more true.

We’ve decided to digitize almost everything about our lives: our entertainment, news, shopping, education, dating, friendships, communications, finances… And in return, we have been shaped by this new digital world. More than that, we are being remastered by it.

There is growing evidence that we do not have self-control when it comes to the digital world; it has an unhealthy grip on us. The evidence of this is found in our relationships. When the digital world becomes too central to our lives, we can tell by looking at our relationships with God and others.

Through this series we’re going to explore the different ways the digital world is remastering our relationships in harmful ways, and discover how God can make them new again.

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Reaching the World Next Door

One of the greatest musicians of all time, Keith Green, once said, “This generation of Christians is responsible for this generation of souls.”
He was right. We are. Jesus gave us the incredible task of sharing His story with our generation. And we all have a part to play in that.

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Love One Another

What does it take to build a strong and vibrant unified community? Is it even possible? One glance around our nation right now and even the most optimistic among us begin to shake their heads and lose hope. Jesus charged his followers with a calling to build His community. He gave us only one law, one command, to build this new community on: Love one another as I have loved you. In this series we’re digging into what the Bible has to say about how to love one another, and build the kind of community this world longs for.

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Turning the World Upside Down: How faith, love and hope change everything

Do you remember Weebles? You couldn’t turn them upside down. You could shake them, spin them, toss them, kick them…no matter what you did to them, they always end up the way they started.

Our world feels like a Weeble. Generation after generation tries to turn the world upside down and shake free the evil that plagues humanity. We try to shake free from war, greed, corruption, injustice, violence, hatred and racism. We kick, twist, spin, shake; but for all the upheavals of history, the world, like a Weeble, keeps ending up the same way.

I’m that way too. Many times I’ve tried to change things in my life…turn it around, upside down and shake things off…only to end up back where I started. I’m guessing you’ve probably been there too.

So what does it take to turn our lives upside down—for good? And what does it take to turn the world upside down — for good?

In this series we’ll explore the things Paul taught a small but explosive church about what it takes to turn the world upside down.

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In the Belly of a "Whale"

We’re always trying to figure out what to do, especially in a crisis, but what if that isn’t the most important question to answer? Today we’re looking at a prophet named Jonah, who did what God asked him to do (eventually) but never became who God wanted him to become.

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Mother's Day 2020

We celebrate Mother’s Day with stories of how mother’s impact our faith in Christ.

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Redeemed

Redemption isn’t a word we use every day, but it’s part of the fabric of life. Explore with us some of the aspects of what it means to be redeemed, and why only Jesus can truly redeem us.

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Holy Week 2020

It’s a Holy Week unlike any we’ve ever had before. With the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe, we need a reason for hope more than ever. Jesus’ resurrection is the only real hope we’ll ever know, and the only real hope we’ll ever need.

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