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February 25, 2018 - Family

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February 25, 2018 • Clay Everett

The Gospel message is an adoption story. God went to great lengths to make us part of His family and call us His sons and daughters. Because we were adopted by God, we belong to God. We now have a place to call home and a place where we belong. But there is second implication of this amazing truth that God has adopted us into His family and its found throughout the New Testament. Because we belong to God, we belong to each other. Because we belong to the family of God, because we belong to the body of Christ, we then belong to each other. We are family.

Summer Playlist: Part Four

Planted With Purpose • June 24, 2018 • Clay Everett

Summer Playlist: Part Three

Here And Now • June 17, 2018 • Mark Foland

We live in a culture that works against us being present in the moment. We’re bombarded constantly with distractions and demands for our presence. On top of these struggles, we inadvertently put blinders on ourselves by engaging in destination thinking. We’re always looking forward to what’s next that we lose sight of what God is calling to our attention right here and right now. God often speaks in a "still small voice" to direct us, challenge us and encourage us in His path for our lives. He speaks to us in a whisper because He is close. He doesn't need to speak any louder. We just have to slow down, be still, tune our ear and listen.

Summer Playlist: Part Two

(Not so) Great Expectations • June 10, 2018 • Danny Rogers

Everyone has expectations, and quite often those expectations go unmet. Life doesn't play out as we expected. Our hopes and dreams get dashed. We get easily discouraged when God doesn’t move the way we think He should. How we respond to this tension matters more than we realize. When we encounter unmet expectations, the value of discovery allows us to back up and say, “God, what are you doing here? What are you trying to teach us? What can we learn?” Discovery enables us to see opportunity instead of only seeing failure. By embracing the disruption, our eyes focus on the opportunities God might be placing in front of us. When we do this, we experience freedom - the thing we were made for.