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The Last Arrow

October 29, 2017 • Pastor Erwin McManus

Naked at Work

October 22, 2017 • Pastor Troy Gramling

Why do you work? Is it to provide for your family? Maybe to fund your lavish lifestyle—maybe even just to pass the time. God tells us that work is actually much more than all of this, it even carries a spiritual aspect to it. Believe it or not, work is actually a big part of God’s plan. Pastor Troy Gramling gives us insight into a topic which heavily affects each one of us, and God’s plan for work in each of our lives!

Naked and Tired

October 15, 2017 • Pastor Troy Gramling

Tired. Weary. Fatigued. We all have been there more times that we can count. It may be because you are overcommitted in your social life, maybe too many overtime hours at the job— it could even be that extra episode of your favorite television show that you love that you watch before bed. The Bible tells us that the enemy attacks when we are tired. That’s an eye-opening truth! So how do we safeguard our relationships and marriages against the inevitable weakening by fatigue? Find out what God has to say about weariness and and how we can rise up and rise above the fatigue to live the incredible life God meant for you!

A Glass House Marriage

October 8, 2017 • Pastor Troy & Steph Gramling

How do we have a marriage that is real—the type of marriage that God intended for each of us? No matter how great of a marriage someone has, conflict is bound to arise. So does this mean our marriages aren’t built to last? According to the word of God, our marriages will face temptation, conflict, problems, and so much more. But God also tells us the keys to unlocking a marriage built to last—one that is blessed by Him and flourishes! Join Pastors Troy and Steph Gramling as they share God’s plan for a marriage that can withstand whatever the world throws at it!

Naked And Not Afraid

October 1, 2017 • Pastor Troy Gramling

What are you hiding from? What are the fences that you have built in your life protecting you from? Is it your physical imperfections? Or maybe it’s the emotional pain in your life? We build these “fences” in our lives to keep ourselves safe—so we don’t have to deal with the pain in our lives, but rather maintain our comfort zones. God knows each of our failures and imperfections and yet He still loves us! Find out what God has to say about our “fences” and how we can tear them down so that we can live a life of freedom—naked and unashamed!