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Uncommon

An Uncommon Unity

Week 1 • March 4, 2018 • Ted Bryant

It’s all too easy to look at people on the news or the people down the street and think, “They’re nothing like me. I have nothing in common with them.” Finding common ground is far too often the uncommon approach to loving and serving those who we’re called to live with. With the recent clash of political views, cultural struggles and global strife, it’s more obvious than ever that many are more focused on the things that divide us, than on finding common ground. Jesus lived an uncommon life, and He invites us to cultivate the things that unite us—hope, love and freedom found in a relationship with Him. Join us for four weeks as we explore different ways to close the gaps that separate ‘us’ from ‘them’ and instead, stand together on common ground.

An Uncommon Age

Week 2 • March 11, 2018 • Jake Mulder (Host: Mark Beeson)

It’s all too easy to look at people on the news or the people down the street and think, “They’re nothing like me. I have nothing in common with them.” Finding common ground is far too often the uncommon approach to loving and serving those who we’re called to live with. With the recent clash of political views, cultural struggles and global strife, it’s more obvious than ever that many are more focused on the things that divide us, than on finding common ground. Jesus lived an uncommon life, and He invites us to cultivate the things that unite us—hope, love and freedom found in a relationship with Him. Join us for four weeks as we explore different ways to close the gaps that separate ‘us’ from ‘them’ and instead, stand together on common ground.

An Uncommon Family

Week 3 • March 18, 2018 • Ted Bryant

It’s all too easy to look at people on the news or the people down the street and think, “They’re nothing like me. I have nothing in common with them.” Finding common ground is far too often the uncommon approach to loving and serving those who we’re called to live with. With the recent clash of political views, cultural struggles and global strife, it’s more obvious than ever that many are more focused on the things that divide us, than on finding common ground. Jesus lived an uncommon life, and He invites us to cultivate the things that unite us—hope, love and freedom found in a relationship with Him. Join us for four weeks as we explore different ways to close the gaps that separate ‘us’ from ‘them’ and instead, stand together on common ground.

An Uncommon Friend

Week 4 • March 25, 2018 • Josh King

It’s all too easy to look at people on the news or the people down the street and think, “They’re nothing like me. I have nothing in common with them.” Finding common ground is far too often the uncommon approach to loving and serving those who we’re called to live with. With the recent clash of political views, cultural struggles and global strife, it’s more obvious than ever that many are more focused on the things that divide us, than on finding common ground. Jesus lived an uncommon life, and He invites us to cultivate the things that unite us—hope, love and freedom found in a relationship with Him. Join us for four weeks as we explore different ways to close the gaps that separate ‘us’ from ‘them’ and instead, stand together on common ground.