Archive for May 2009

Are You Involved?

Sunday before last Adam Flynt, our pastor for Family Ministry, asked a great question: “What if your life wasn’t about doing more, but about counting for more?” So often life, and our calendars, seem to run out in front of us, leaving us to run as fast as we can to catch up. We get…

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This Sunday: He's Still Got the Whole World in His Hands

Uncertainty. As a society, we live in a world of uncertainty. Uncertain social conditions. Uncertain economic times. Uncertain global developments. Yet uncertainty is nothing new. The characters in the Bible experienced wildly fluctuating levels of uncertainty—often feeling as if life was moving backwards, getting worse. And the questions remain the same. Where’s God? Is he…

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He's Still Got the Whole World in His Hands

How do we remain hopeful in a world that seems to be hopelessly broken? How do we continue to trust a God who seems to be conspicuously absent? How do we maintain peace when the world around us is spinning out of control? If you have ever asked questions like these, you are not alone.…

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involved?

What does it take for God to do something amazing? All the disciples could muster was five loaves and two fish to feed a hungry crowd of over 5000. But this was all that Jesus needed. When you do what you can do and trust God to do what only he can do, the results…

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Wishful Thinking

Imagine if you were a parent and you had an opportunity to share only five wishes for the lives of your children. What would you say? What would make your “top five” list? This Sunday, Andy Stanley, as our teaching pastor, will share his five most important hopes and wishes for our lives. See you…

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Why Worry Concludes with, "Anxiety"

We had a lot of fun kicking off this past Sunday’s service with “Anxiety,” by The Black-Eyed Peas. Guest-rapper Lamar helped us out and added a ton of energy to the room. It was a great day to be reminded by Andy that we often forget about God’s past faithfulness, because we are too concerned…

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