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This Changes Everything

God Who?

Week 1 • October 8, 2017 • Mark Beeson

Everyone has a few moments in their life where the earth seems to stop on its axis. Those singular moments, where something happened and everything changed: the moment you said, “Yes!” to that special person, or took a step into a new career or heard your baby’s first cry. That time when you first looked up into the sky and felt small under the stars, the time you watched your parents drive off in the distance, leaving you on your own in a new place. God is close in all of our moments—the times of fear and doubt, the times of loneliness and the times of joy.

The God-Shaped Hole

Week 2 • October 15, 2017 • Dr. Bob Laurent

Everyone has a few moments in their life where the earth seems to stop on its axis. Those singular moments, where something happened and everything changed: the moment you said, “Yes!” to that special person, or took a step into a new career or heard your baby’s first cry. That time when you first looked up into the sky and felt small under the stars, the time you watched your parents drive off in the distance, leaving you on your own in a new place. God is close in all of our moments—the times of fear and doubt, the times of loneliness and the times of joy.

The Water's Edge

Week 3 • October 22, 2017 • Mark Beeson

Everyone has a few moments in their life where the earth seems to stop on its axis. Those singular moments, where something happened and everything changed: the moment you said, “Yes!” to that special person, or took a step into a new career or heard your baby’s first cry. That time when you first looked up into the sky and felt small under the stars, the time you watched your parents drive off in the distance, leaving you on your own in a new place. God is close in all of our moments—the times of fear and doubt, the times of loneliness and the times of joy.

The Jesus Way

Week 4 • October 29, 2017 • Josh King

Everyone has a few moments in their life where the earth seems to stop on its axis. Those singular moments, where something happened and everything changed: the moment you said, “Yes!” to that special person, or took a step into a new career or heard your baby’s first cry. That time when you first looked up into the sky and felt small under the stars, the time you watched your parents drive off in the distance, leaving you on your own in a new place. God is close in all of our moments—the times of fear and doubt, the times of loneliness and the times of joy.