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Just Getting Started

February 10, 2019 • Jason Doran • 7 Year Anniversary

The number 7 is often used in the Bible to represent wholeness, completion, and perfection. So what does it mean for us to pursue a life like this? What difference does it make? In this message, Pastor Jason will dive into two stories from the Old and New Testaments to see how pursuing everything God has for us makes a difference.

Looking Forward

Week 2 • March 17, 2019 • Jason Doran

There’s something significant and startling about the Bible - it not only tells of things that God has done but also of things that will come. That means we are living in the times of the Bible - but do we understand what that even means? How should we feel about it? What should we do? In this series, “What Time Is It?”, we will discover how to better understand the times we live in and what that means for our everyday relationships and decisions.

It's Still On

Week 1 • March 10, 2019 • Isaac Whitt

There’s something significant and startling about the Bible - it not only tells of things that God has done but also of things that will come. That means we are living in the times of the Bible - but do we understand what that even means? How should we feel about it? What should we do? In this series, “What Time Is It?”, we will discover how to better understand the times we live in and what that means for our everyday relationships and decisions.

Finding Your Guide

Week 3 • March 3, 2019 • Jason Doran

There is a way that is common in culture to deal with certain relationships. But often times we aren’t happy with the results we see - high divorce rates, depression, loneliness, a lack of direction in life and more. What would happen if we took an UNCOMMON approach to life? What would happen if we leaned in to the way God’s Word describes the most fundamental relationships in our lives. This series, Uncommon, will help you be a better friend, have a better marriage, and even gain greater wisdom for your life. It sounds too good to be true, that’s because it’s - uncommon.