Job 28:12, Psalm 90:10–12

Every day you and I are faced with decisions to make. Some seem relatively small and others monumental. Over time we discover that some of the small ones had big-time ramifications we didn’t anticipate and the larger ones less so. At the end of the day, good decision-making is the result of latching onto a wise process. This wise decision-making process is one that can be employed regardless of the “size” or perceived importance of the possible choices. All of us have made dumb choices that we later regret. This new series will help reduce the poor decisions and increase the wise ones!

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Stop Fooling Yourself

January 23, 2022 • Rusty Coram • Proverbs 1:7, Genesis 50:20, Psalm 90:10–12, Acts 7:9–18

This message will hopefully create a compelling picture of the impact of not pursuing wisdom. It isn’t that wisdom isn’t available, it’s just that we often don’t look for or want it.

Consider the Source

January 30, 2022 • Rusty Coram • Romans 12:1–2, Matthew 7:21–27, Ephesians 5:15–20

Wisdom begins with establishing a personal relationship with Jesus, and becoming one of His “sheep” is the place to start. Followers have been given the Holy Spirit and God’s Word as our new operating system.

Ground Rules

February 6, 2022 • Rusty Coram • Proverbs 9:10, James 1:5–8, Micah 6:8, Colossians 3:22–25, 1 Timothy 4:8

There are some specific ways God wants us to live regarding our attitudes, appetites, habits, and relationships that are essential to living wisely.