STRETCH: Faith and Fleece 1 Samuel 14:6-12, Romans 12:1-2

May 11, 2017
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STRETCH:  Faith and Fleece  1 Samuel 14:6-12, Romans 12:1-2

{Ryan was describing how making major life decisions, i.e., moving from California to Colorado, was affecting him--- emotionally AND physically.}   It was a Monday and I had my two kids in the backseat.  I had Ethan, then three, and Avery, one-and-a-half, and was driving them to preschool.  I drove right passed the preschool.  I thought to myself, "What am I doing?"  I turned back around---I kid you not---I drove passed it AGAIN!  I thought to myself, "I'm in trouble here!"  I finally got Ethan to where he was suppose to go and I completely forgot I had a second child!!  I went to work and was just about to get out of the car and close the door, when I heard this little voice from the backseat go, "Hi, daddy!"  I've watched on the news the stories of the people who left their kids in the car and thought, "How could you?"  Now I know!!  I know how you could!  I was in another world, in another universe, so preoccupied with the decision that was in front of me.  

Encountering Jesus: If You Say So – Luke 5:1-11

March 6, 2017
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Encountering Jesus: If You Say So – Luke 5:1-11

Join In: John 4

January 8, 2017
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This message was given by our Executive Pastor Josh Billings as a stand alone sermon.

HAPPY: Diving Into Contentment Philippians 4:10-23

November 29, 2016
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HAPPY: Diving Into Contentment   Philippians 4:10-23

Somewhere on your bulletin, I want you to write down (your best guess) how long you think you can hold your breath under water.  How long do you think you can hold your breath?  Everybody raise your hand.  If you think you can hold your breath for at least a minute, keep your hand in the air.  If you think you can hold your breath for a minute and 30 seconds or more, keep your hand in the air.  If you think you can hold your breath for two minutes or more, keep your hand in the air.  Three minutes or more, keep your hand in the air.  We had one or two people at the two minute mark and now we have zero people who think they can hold their breath for over three minutes.