Men might spend two hours of their week at the church building or in a small group. This kind of worship is biblical and a vital rhythm in the life of a Christian. But during the other 166 hours of our week, we have just as much potential to worship the God who created us. Our time at church and small group should launch us out into the world—which includes the marketplace—prepared to take the hope of Jesus with us.
Brian Sonderman - To Work is to Worship
Lake Country Campus
February 4, 2017 • Brian Sonderman • No Regrets Men's Conference 2017
Mac McCarthy - Hug Your Catcus
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Mac McCarthy
All of us have parts of our lives we wish were different. But embracing our prickly parts--our faults & failures, weaknesses & regrets--is absolutely essential to our spiritual growth. In this seminar Mac talks about how having a child with special needs not only exposed his weaknesses, but paved the way for necessary spiritual growth.
Tyler Loomis - Toward Oneness Marital Intimacy or Isolation
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Tyler Loomis
Sex is a result of intimacy. Sex provides intimacy. But sex within marriage is also a metaphor for intimacy - a reflection of the unity that exists within God himself: The Father, Son and Spirit. Emotional, sexual, and spiritual intimacy are the gifts and the intention of a Godly marriage, but how do we get there? In this seminar, we will look at the pitfalls of passivity, dominance and resentment that hinder the path toward biblical unity as God intended it and the call of husbands in the face of those pitfalls.