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Built to Pass On

October 17, 2021 • Ray Sabon • Ephesians 6:1–4

Why did God give us children? Ray Sabon uses Ephesians 6:1-4 to discuss the challenges and joys of parenting, and uses a Biblical lens to encourage parents in their important, God-given role.

Doing Discipleship In These Times

October 10, 2021 • Alton Hardy • Matthew 28:16–20

From Matthew 28:16-20, Pastor Alton Hardy from Urban Hope Community Church in Alabama wraps up the Home [Work] series on relationships and communication with a look at the Great Commission.

Built to Last

October 3, 2021 • Don Pearson • Ephesians 5

God designed our relationships to be life-giving, but because of the fall, they are broken. Don Pearson uses Ephesians 5 to describe how we can grow in our awareness of sinful tendencies as we also grow in pursuit of what God wants for us.

Coming Together

September 26, 2021 • Don Pearson

How do pride and fear affect our communication with those around us? Using text from Proverbs, Don Pearson explores how we might move with humility by listening and loving well.

A Matter of Life and Death

September 19, 2021 • Don Pearson • Proverbs 18:20–21

Our relationships are broken, and often our words contribute to the mess. In the start of this new series, Don Pearson uses Proverbs 18:20-21 to discuss how we can restore our relationships through reflection, repentance, and the help of the Spirit.