Normally your resolutions include a list of things you want to do. Instead let’s take a moment to focus on the person you want to be.
This Sunday, January 2, we are back in full swing to kick off the new year!
Andy Stanley will present, “A New You Resolution.” See you there!… Read the restPosted December 30, 2010
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We try to have high moral standards. We do the right thing the right way only to watch others get ahead of us. At some point we all think to ourselves, When is God going to come through?
If you’ve already experienced this, or are experiencing this now, listen to what God had to say to weary people through the prophet Isaiah.
Join us this Sunday to begin this special Christmas series with Andy Stanley!… Read the restPosted December 8, 2010
This past Sunday we opened with Saliva’s, “Ladies and Gentlemen,” to welcome everyone to our new series with Jeff Henerson, “Illusions.” It was a powerful start to an amazing day, which concluded with five people coming forward to accept the grace that God offers. One of Jeff’s best lines from the message was, “Jesus didn’t come for the fake you, he came for the real you.”
This Sunday we’ll continue with the second and final part of, “Illusions.” On December 12 we begin, “The Nights Before Christmas.” Who are you inviting?
In 2006 Megan Denk was living in Jacksonville and looking for a church home. Friends of hers from college attended North Point Community Church in Atlanta and loved it. They told Megan that North Point was starting a church in Jacksonville and encouraged her to try it.
Megan tried Access Church. “I grew up in church, but my faith didn’t really grow until college,” she said. “The laid-back atmosphere at Access was similar to the church I attended in college, so it really drew me.”
In June 2008 Megan met Ed Denk, and the two began dating. A few months into their relationship, Ed told Megan that he would like to go to church with her. That week Access wasn’t meeting, so Megan took him to a different church. “I didn’t connect,” Ed said. “Megan said she had another church for me to try—Access Church.”
The following week, Ed and Megan attended Access together. “The first time I walked in and heard Andy, I said, ‘This is where I want to go,’” Ed said.… Read the restPosted December 2, 2010