Messages tagged with ‘faith’

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“The Power of Proclamation”

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In this message, pastor Kendall Hicks explores one simple discipline that can powerfully transform our lives.  (Due to some technical difficulties, the audio quality of this message does not meet our normal expectations.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.)

“Believing”

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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.

“Enoch”

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Hebrews 12:1 says “we are surrounded by so great a cloud of wittnesses…” In this six week series we’ll encounter six of the Bible giants, their faith, the amazing way they lived for God and how we can be encouraged by them to be just as strong today.

“Gideon”

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Hebrews 12:1 says “we are surrounded by so great a cloud of wittnesses…” In this six week series we’ll encounter six of the Bible giants, their faith, the amazing way they lived for God and how we can be encouraged by them to be just as strong today.

“Fit Finances”

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2014 can be your best year ever!  It can also be just another year that you’ll look back on and wonder what could have been.  This month we’ll be exploring steps we can take in 4 key areas of life that will help us grow stronger in order to meet both the opportunities and challenges […]

“Fear of Uncertainty”

It should be “the most wonderful time of the year” but too often the holiday season is plagued by paralyzing fear.  The fear of rejection, failure, and the future cloud our ability to experience Christmas joy.

“Fear of Man”

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It should be “the most wonderful time of the year” but too often the holiday season is plagued by paralyzing fear.  The fear of rejection, failure, and the future cloud our ability to experience Christmas joy.