Life Hacks



August 28, 2022 • Chris Edmondson • Proverbs 3:5–10, Matthew 6:19–21

The wisest man who ever lived encourages us to trust God and not lean on our own understanding. Wise advice. But what does that look like practically? THE BIG IDEA: Trusting God with your leftovers rarely grows your faith.


August 21, 2022 • Chris Edmondson • Proverbs 13:20, Proverbs 27:17, Ecclesiastes 4:8–10, Proverbs 18:19, Proverbs 17:9

There is an often-ignored principle that determines the quality and direction of our lives. While we are quick to recognize the importance of this principle in our children’s lives, as adults, we feel like we can disregard it. However, the truth is that we are just as impacted by the power of this principle now, as we were when we were younger. Today, we will discuss how we can become intentional about harnessing this principle for our spiritual development. THE BIG IDEA: Your friends determine the direction and quality of your life.


August 14, 2022 • Chris Edmondson • Proverbs 27:2, Proverbs 18:12, Proverbs 15:33, Proverbs 16:18, Luke 14:7–11

A life hack is a new way of doing something that has a better result than your previous way of doing it. Doesn’t a better result sound inviting? What if there was a life hack that would move you from disgrace and to honor? Being honored at work or home sounds great, right? King Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived, had something to say about how to pursue a life of honor. THE BIG IDEA: Be humble or be humbled.


August 7, 2022 • Carlo Serrano • Genesis 1:26–28, Genesis 3:16–19, Proverbs 10:4–5, Proverbs 12:11–14, Proverbs 18:9

We live in a world that loves a shortcut. We look for the easy way all of the time. If we can get something faster, cheaper, and with as little stress as possible, we’ll go all in! However, God made us for something more. God created us and called us to do something important: work. THE BIG IDEA: Hard work, works.


July 31, 2022 • Chris Edmondson • Luke 16:10, Proverbs 11:1–4, Proverbs 21:25, Proverbs 3:9–10, Proverbs 22:7

No one is going to argue against integrity. We all want leaders with integrity. We all want to marry people with integrity. And we all want to be people of integrity. The problem is when it comes to defining integrity. What is it? And what does it take to have it? It may not be what you think. THE BIG IDEA: Integrity is doing what you ought to do even if it costs you.