Messages tagged with ‘Church’

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“Me or We?”

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Jesus didn’t come just to make us right with God, but to also make us right with each other.  The end result of Jesus’ coming into the world was not a new book on theology, or a new code of ethics.  The result was a new community.

“Designed for Connection”

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We are designed with connection in mind.  We are wired to connect with other people.  In this message, we explore the reason why so many are living disconnected lives and the one thing we need to grasp in order to turn it around and be a connector.

“Love Is… Patient”

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“In message three of our series, “Love U,” Pastor Kendall begins unpacking the Apostle Paul’s description of love found in 1 Corinthians 13.

“Change Your World”

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In message 2 of our series, “Love U,” Pastor Kendall takes a look at the impact Jesus’ new commandment (John 13:34-35) had on His early followers.

“Building”

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Our mission is simple: “We build lives.”  The question we must ask ourselves, as a church, is how?  How do we build lives?  In this series, we explore four attitudes that come together as building blocks for growing in our faith: belonging, believing, becoming, and building.

“Belonging”

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Our mission is simple: “We build lives.”  The question we must ask ourselves, as a church, is how?  How do we build lives?  In this series, we explore four attitudes that come together as building blocks for growing in our faith: belonging, believing, becoming, and building.

“Why Do We Go to Church?”

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Too many Christians are merely existing and not really living.  Jesus came that we might have life and have it to the full.  In this series, we explore four areas–belonging, believing, becoming, and building–that are our main steps to truly being alive.

“The Source”

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The number one factor that drives any organization’s culture is its values.  Jesus’ command, “Love one another as I have loved you,” sets before us His core value for those who follow him.  In this series, we are exploring what it might look like when Christ’s followers share his value for love.