Four Words To Live By

Stirring Our Affections For Jesus

WORD: What Is The Word?

Week 1 • January 7, 2018 • Blake Pitts

The Word of God is the only thing capable of bringing true life. In order to grow in our relationship with Jesus, we have to start in the Word.

WORD: How Do We Use It?

Week 2 • January 14, 2018 • Blake Pitts

Sometimes we WANT to get into God's Word, but we aren't sure HOW to do it. Here are four easy steps to begin seeking God's Word in our everyday lives.

WORSHIP: What Is Worship?

Week 3 • January 21, 2018 • Blake Pitts

God created us to bring Him glory. In the Bible, we find that worship is anything that reflects the glory of God. How can we live a life of worship in our everyday lives?

WORSHIP: How Do We Worship?

Week 4 • January 28, 2018 • Jack Spearman

Our worship pastor, Jack Spearman, reminds us that, while there are many acts or expressions of worship, they must all come from a sincere heart that treasures God above everything else.

PRAYER: How Do We Pray? Part 1

Week 5 • February 4, 2018 • Blake Pitts

Prayer is crucial to our relationship with God. It is how we humbly communicate with Him. Jesus demonstrates to us that our posture in prayer should be like that of a child.

PRAYER: How Do We Pray? Part 2

Week 6 • February 11, 2018 • Blake Pitts

As we continue our study on prayer, Jesus reminds us to pray for God's Kingdom to come on earth, just as it is in heaven. How does His Kingdom continue? Through His Church.

PRAYER: How Do We Pray? Part 3

Week 7 • February 18, 2018 • Blake Pitts

Jesus teaches us to rely on God for all of our needs through prayer. God is our Provider, and we can trust Him to care for us.

COMMUNITY: What Is Community?

Week 8 • February 25, 2018 • Blake Pitts

Jesus established His Church to usher in a deeper level of community. When we are open and intentional with others, we can have deep community that grows the Kingdom.

COMMUNITY: How Do We Have It?

Week 9 • March 4, 2018 • Blake Pitts

One of the greatest blocks to deep community is bitterness. When we choose to forgive others the way Christ has forgiven us, we can experience the depth of community He desires for us.