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Great Questions To Ask Yourself

Posted by Mike Watson on

Have you ever taken an inventory of all the things you have accumulated thus far in your life, especially if you're a little older? A walk through the attic, basement and garage can be truly eye opening. We tend to hold onto a lot of stuff. An inventory in its simplest form is answering the...

Reading Plan for week of 9-27-15

Posted by Malcolm Beall on

Today Derek continued our "Framily" Series with speaking about Living. The Big Idea for today's sermon was: You are not just called to hearing, but to living. Derek talked about “Hearers-only” see what’s wrong in their lives but don’t do anything to fix it. The...

Jesus On Living

Posted by Mike Watson on

Last night I spent the evening with a group of amazing people who are determined not to settle for anything less than the life Jesus wants for them. We are going into our third year of study and reflection on one of Jesus' most profound teaching moments. He spoke on high hill on the...

Reading Plan for week of 9-20-15

Posted by Malcolm Beall on

Today Derek continued in our "Framily" sermon series, talking about everyone's need for Belonging. It is stated throughout scripture that we made to belong to one another. The Big Idea for today is "You are not just called to believing, but belonging." He stated that one of the key steps to...

More Than A Kids Song!

Posted by Mike Watson on

In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to...

Reading Plan for week of 9-13-15

Posted by Malcolm Beall on

Yesterday was a great start to our "Framily" series with Derek talking about Devoting. The Big Idea was that we must be devoted to circles, not just rows. As Derek stated we too often get stuck in a pattern of coming and sitting in our rows at church and then believing that is enough. When we do...

Framily

Posted by Mike Watson on

We Are Family by Sister Sledge was released in 1979 and closed out the 70's with the hope that people could draw closer and do life together. Deep relationships have always been the cry of the human heart. The two places we tend to mine those relationships are family and friends. For awhile now...

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