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Prayerology

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Part 1

August 19, 2018 • Pastor James Hilton

Inside all of us dwells a deep desire to be part of something greater and grander than ourselves. We all hope to influence the world in an extraordinary way and to leave a lasting impact once we’ve gone. This feeling isn’t there by coincidence; it is there because God has placed a specific calling on each of our lives. He has asked us to live a life that is radically different as a response to what he has done for us. Christ’s work on the cross sets us free to live with incredible hope, confidence and a purpose that is greater than any momentary pleasure or horrific suffering this world could possibly bring. Because of this promise, we can’t wait to dig into the book of First Peter and discover the ultimate and fulfilling aim that can be ours, when we know exactly who we are called to be.

Part 2

August 26, 2018 • Pastor James Hilton

Inside all of us dwells a deep desire to be part of something greater and grander than ourselves. We all hope to influence the world in an extraordinary way and to leave a lasting impact once we’ve gone. This feeling isn’t there by coincidence; it is there because God has placed a specific calling on each of our lives. He has asked us to live a life that is radically different as a response to what he has done for us. Christ’s work on the cross sets us free to live with incredible hope, confidence and a purpose that is greater than any momentary pleasure or horrific suffering this world could possibly bring. Because of this promise, we can’t wait to dig into the book of First Peter and discover the ultimate and fulfilling aim that can be ours, when we know exactly who we are called to be.

Part 3

September 2, 2018 • Pastor James Hilton

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August 18-September 1 • August 17, 2018

Inside all of us dwells a deep desire to be part of something greater and grander than ourselves. We all hope to influence the world in an extraordinary way and to leave a lasting impact once we’ve gone. This feeling isn’t there by coincidence; it is there because God has placed a specific calling on each of our lives. He has asked us to live a life that is radically different as a response to what he has done for us. Christ’s work on the cross sets us free to live with incredible hope, confidence and a purpose that is greater than any momentary pleasure or horrific suffering this world could possibly bring. Because of this promise, we can’t wait to dig into the book of First Peter and discover the ultimate and fulfilling aim that can be ours, when we know exactly who we are called to be.