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Uncommon

Rooting ourselves in the uncommon movement of Jesus.

Uncommon Unity

June 30, 2019 • Travis Clark

Unity is uncommon. Jesus didn't predict a place, but He predicted a people. Because of this, the early Church fought for unity. The question is will *we*?

Uncommon Anthropology

June 23, 2019 • Travis Clark

You are a work of art and you are an artist at work. The question is not will you create a future, the question is what future will you create?

Uncommon Power

June 16, 2019 • Raymond Hudson

The Holy Spirit replaced the early church's inadequacy with purpose and power.

Uncommon Fortitude

June 9, 2019 • Travis Clark

The promises of God will not eliminate pressure, it very well might create pressure. We should stop praying for the pressure to be removed, and instead pray for the purpose to be revealed.

Uncommon Generosity

June 2, 2019 • Travis Clark

The question that the uncommon way of Jesus invites us to ask isn't "What can I get?" The question we must ask if we are going take the uncommon way of Jesus seriously is... "What can I give?"

Uncommon Sacrifice

May 26, 2019 • Josh White

The Uncommon Church had a vision that was higher and lived with a posture that was lower.

Uncommon Invitation

May 12, 2019 • Travis Clark

This week Pastor Travis' shares how the Early Church's view of the afterlife shaped their values in the present life and how Jesus didn't come to teach us how to go to heaven, but how to live in such a way that heaven gets into us.

Uncommon Family

May 5, 2019 • Travis Clark

When God pulled us close to Him, He also pulled us close to one another. At the heart of the uncommon movement of Jesus was a people who lived and behaved like an uncommon family.

Once Upon A Time

April 28, 2019 • Travis Clark

Once upon a time, the Church was a head-turning, jaw-dropping, mind-blowing movement that disrupted empires and changed the world. So what happened? This week Pastor Travis invites us back to the foundation of what made Christianity so uncommon that we haven't been able to stop talking about it for the last 2,000 years.