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This year, instead of trying to have the perfect Christmas, what if we focused on being decent to one another so that we might share love and light to all? It starts with choosing hope over hate. This week, join us as we kick off a new series—Have a Decent Christmas.

Keeping Time

November 21, 2021
Are you managing your calendar, or is your calendar managing you? What if instead of trying to manage and control time, we could keep time in a way that allowed us to receive God’s gifts throughout the year? An ancient Christian practice can help us do just that.
A slower pace of life would be nice, but how do you pull it off? Pastor Mark gets super practical about how to slow down and actually enjoy the good and beautiful life God has for us.
How can we live THIS day in order to be ready for THAT day when we see Jesus face to face among the hungry, the thirsty, and those living in the cold? In today’s message, Pastor Mark helps us identify how we can have a simpler, fulfilling life.
Are you tired or rested? Are you anxious or at peace? Are you lonely or surrounded by love? If you want different results in your life, you must change the design of your life. This has always been true for humankind, and God made special provision for it in the Ten Commandments. This week, Pastor Mark continues our series “The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry” by teaching on sabbath.
Have you ever tried to slow down and rest, but can’t relax? Are you busier than ever before yet you still feel you don’t have time for what really matters to you? In the second week of our sermon series, “The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry,” Pastor Mark helps us look at how we spend and use our time.
Renowned psychologist Carl Jung once said, “Hurry is not of the devil; hurry is the devil.” This morning Pastor Mark leads us in a new sermon series that will help us eliminate hurry and increase our happiness.

Come and See

October 10, 2021
The way we live is a testimony to the things we profess to believe—for better and worse. How can we live in a way that spreads hope and love? In this sermon, we explore how we can share the hope that Jesus gives through our words and actions.
Works of service provide the opportunity for faithfulness, fellowship, and freedom. It’s one thing to serve, it is quite another to be a servant. Pastor Mark continues our sermon series by looking at what it means to be “All In” with our service.
It’s “love people and use things,” and never “use people and love things.” Harvard researchers found that to get happier, we need to change the choices we make with our financial resources. In today’s message, Pastor Mark looks at what it means to be “All In” with our gifts.
Last week Pastor Mark talked about what it looks like to be “All In” with our prayers, and he continues our sermon series by exploring what it means to be “All In” with our presence. We are present with and for God in prayer, worship, service, community, and crisis.

All In 2022

September 12, 2021
In today’s message, Pastor Mark begins a new sermon series called, “All In.” We’ll explore what it means to be “all in” as followers of Jesus and as a church in 2022.
Starting over can be exciting and invigorating, but it can also be exhausting, especially when you don’t have a choice. In the conclusion of the Starting Over series, we explore how we can continue to show up and thrive even when we’re tired of starting over.
In the fourth week of our series, “Starting Over,” Pastor Brandon shares a word about what it’s like to start over with only the essential. Starting over is an opportunity to eliminate distractions and focus on essentials.
Grace is free, but often takes courage and our best efforts to receive it. In today’s message, we will explore an epic fail in the Bible and how you too can start over even when you’ve really messed up.

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