“Treasure the Real Treasure”

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Jesus said, “But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteous, and all these things will be added to you” (Matthew 6:33).  Many people struggle fiancially because they’ve never learned how to line up their finances with the economic principles of God’s Kingdom.  In this message, Pastor Kendall Hicks looks at Matthew 6:19-24 and […]

“Why Am I Always Broke?”

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Jesus said, “But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteous, and all these things will be added to you” (Matthew 6:33).  Many people struggle fiancially because they’ve never learned how to line up their finances with the economic principles of God’s Kingdom.  In this message we explore some of the ways we sabotage […]

“Friends in the Right Places”

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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.

“The Enemy of Connection”

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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.

“The Fellowship”

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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.

“Connecting Jesus-Style”

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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.

“What Do They See?”

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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.

“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.