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If I Only Had More Friends

Week 4 | Elkhart Campus • January 26, 2020 • Ted Bryant

Fill in the blank. Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I only had more money, then I could really make a difference!” Or “If I only had more time, I could finally spend more time with my kids.” Those “If only…” statements we tell ourselves, instead of leading to big dreams and accomplishments, can sometimes be roadblocks that hold us back from living the life we’re meant to live in the here and now. As we step into 2020, we’re going to spend January talking about why there’s no need to wait until things are perfect or until we have a bunch of items checked off our to-do lists in order to be content and take the next step Jesus is asking of us.

If I Only Had More Friends

Week 4 | Granger Campus • January 26, 2020 • Josh King

Fill in the blank. Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I only had more money, then I could really make a difference!” Or “If I only had more time, I could finally spend more time with my kids.” Those “If only…” statements we tell ourselves, instead of leading to big dreams and accomplishments, can sometimes be roadblocks that hold us back from living the life we’re meant to live in the here and now. As we step into 2020, we’re going to spend January talking about why there’s no need to wait until things are perfect or until we have a bunch of items checked off our to-do lists in order to be content and take the next step Jesus is asking of us.

If I Only Had A Second Chance

Week 3 | Granger/Elkhart Campus • January 19, 2020 • Dr. Bob Laurent

Fill in the blank. Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I only had more money, then I could really make a difference!” Or “If I only had more time, I could finally spend more time with my kids.” Those “If only…” statements we tell ourselves, instead of leading to big dreams and accomplishments, can sometimes be roadblocks that hold us back from living the life we’re meant to live in the here and now. As we step into 2020, we’re going to spend January talking about why there’s no need to wait until things are perfect or until we have a bunch of items checked off our to-do lists in order to be content and take the next step Jesus is asking of us.

If I Only Had More Money

Week 2 | Elkhart Campus • January 12, 2020 • Josh King

Fill in the blank. Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I only had more money, then I could really make a difference!” Or “If I only had more time, I could finally spend more time with my kids.” Those “If only…” statements we tell ourselves, instead of leading to big dreams and accomplishments, can sometimes be roadblocks that hold us back from living the life we’re meant to live in the here and now. As we step into 2020, we’re going to spend January talking about why there’s no need to wait until things are perfect or until we have a bunch of items checked off our to-do lists in order to be content and take the next step Jesus is asking of us.

If I Only Had More Money

Week 2 | Granger Campus • January 12, 2020 • Ted Bryant

Fill in the blank. Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I only had more money, then I could really make a difference!” Or “If I only had more time, I could finally spend more time with my kids.” Those “If only…” statements we tell ourselves, instead of leading to big dreams and accomplishments, can sometimes be roadblocks that hold us back from living the life we’re meant to live in the here and now. As we step into 2020, we’re going to spend January talking about why there’s no need to wait until things are perfect or until we have a bunch of items checked off our to-do lists in order to be content and take the next step Jesus is asking of us.

If I Only Had More Time

Week 1 | Granger Campus • January 6, 2020 • John Keim

Fill in the blank. Have you ever found yourself saying, “If I only had more money, then I could really make a difference!” Or “If I only had more time, I could finally spend more time with my kids.” Those “If only…” statements we tell ourselves, instead of leading to big dreams and accomplishments, can sometimes be roadblocks that hold us back from living the life we’re meant to live in the here and now. As we step into 2020, we’re going to spend January talking about why there’s no need to wait until things are perfect or until we have a bunch of items checked off our to-do lists in order to be content and take the next step Jesus is asking of us.