A New Season Begins

Monday, July 25th symbolized a very significant milestone in our 18 year history as a church. We signed the final paperwork for the purchase of our building. The location that we have been leasing for the past 14 years is now ours to steward for the Kingdom of God. The picture...
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Where Are You Looking For Hope?

Hope seems to be in short supply these days. We have terrorists killing people with vehicles. We watched in horror as police are being shot to justify feelings of frustration. We have a political climate that is; what’s the word…ridiculous! We have severe unrest on the world...
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We Need A Moral Compass

Navigational devices have always been needed. History gives us examples such as the sextant, the quadrant, the crosstaff, the astrolabe, to maps, or a compass to a modern day GPS. Mankind has always needed tools to help navigate the course. (Some of you are now looking up a few...
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The Best Thing Life Has To Offer

Have you ever thought about this? What really is the best thing this life has to offer us? There are plenty of good things to experience in this life. There is money, possessions, financial success and security. There are accomplishments we can be proud of. Maybe we think about...
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Change What You Believe Is Possible

I’ve always said; “You can’t live beyond what you believe.” In other words, our thinking and belief system will control our behavior. It will either cause us to attempt great things and multiply our potential, or it can cause us to live in fear and handicap our potential. If I...
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Loving Others: The Best, Messiest, Hardest Thing We Do

Weird title…right? Loving people shouldn’t be tough. How can loving people be messy? Why would loving people be hard? I think this is where we get it all wrong. We think that love should come naturally. Love should just effortlessly flow out of us like the air we breathe. If I...
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Our Response to Evil

Another shooting in America; more loss of precious lives; more devastated families; more grief; more fear; more political posturing; more blame; more self-righteous comments; more figure pointing; more emptiness; more brokenness; more hopelessness. Yes, it’s another very sad day...
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Don’t Limit God

I know this is going to surprise some people, but I used to really struggle trusting God for big things. Sometimes even now I struggle with God wanting to use my life to do great things for His Kingdom. Why would God want to use me anyway? There are surely way more qualified and...
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