Scarcity

Where in your life are you experiencing scarcity?  How would you finish this sentence, “I don’t have enough _______.”  Not enough time?  Not enough money?  Not enough love?  Not enough patience?  This Sunday we’ll examine an epic Bible story that shows us how to transform scarcity into sufficiency. Today's Scripture I Kings 17:8-16 Discussion Questions […]

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Cultivating Joy and Gratitude

This week we continue our sermon series based on Brené Brown’s bestselling book The Gifts of Imperfection by exploring Guidepost No. 4 – Cultivating joy and gratitude . . . by letting go of fear.  We’ll learn about the single most important thing – according to Brown’s research and the Bible – that anyone can do to cultivate a “good […]

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When You Run Out

From time to time, we all get to the place where we’re completely spent – nothing left to give; we’ve run dry.  What then?  This Sunday, we’ll explore a Gospel passage offers a powerful formula for how to respond in times when you feel completely depleted. Today's Scripture John 2:1-11 Discussion Questions "Going Deeper" Sunday […]

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Just Breathe

Just BreatheDo you long for a more measured pace in life?  Join us on New Year’s Day for “Un-Resolution Sunday.”  Instead of asking what we need to do more of, we’ll consider what we need to do less of, so as to create some healthy breathing room in our lives.  Today's Scripture Deuteronomy 30:11-20 Discussion […]

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The Power of Joy

The Power of JoyThis Sunday we resume our sermon series called “If we knew now what they knew then . . . , 7 Steps to living with spiritual power!”  We’ll look to the example of the Macedonian Christians to learn how we can harness more of the transformative power of joy in our lives.  […]

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Not Enough

Not EnoughScarcity is a fact of life. Every time we turn around, it seems like we’re lacking something – not enough time, money, energy, love, opportunity, etc., etc.  This week we’ll learn how to turn scarcity into abundance.  This is the third step in our ongoing sermon series called, “If we knew now what they […]

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