PSALMS- Part 3

“My Shepherd” – Kalee Stikeleather

When David wrote a psalm he wrote out of what he knew, what he saw around him. In Psalm 23 he puts words to what he knew from his job as a shepherd and what he knew from his own life. He knew that sheep tend to wander, to be restless, to fear…and he knew he did too. Through this psalm Kalee encourages us to trust and follow our Great Shepherd even though the darkest seasons!

PSALMS- Part 2

“My Redeemer” – Duane Mixon

The Psalms are not super-spiritual poems, but rather they are real, raw, and sometimes broken prayers and praises to God. The Psalms are important because the give us language for prayer and worship, they connect our stories with saints who have come before us, and they beautifully reveal God’s redemption story. This week, Duane showed us this as we read over Psalm 22.

PSALMS- Part 1

“My Delight” – Aaron Keyes

The Psalms are not super-spiritual poems, but rather they are real, raw, and sometimes broken prayers and praises to God. And the Psalms show us that these are the kind of prayers and praises that God desires. In the first week of our series through the Psalms, Aaron Keyes invited us to belong for a season in the Psalms! We invite you to do the same.

“Full & Free”- Finding Rest

“Finding Rest” – Clay Everett

Though God may not take away your anxiety or completely remove your struggle with depression, He does offer you rest in the midst of the struggle! God promises to walk beside us through even our most difficult challenges with mental health! And its not about finding a solution… it’s about engaging the process!

“Full & Free”- Taking Thoughts Captive

“Taking Thoughts Captive” – Mike Ashcraft

Are you really just at the mercy of whatever thought pops in your mind? We need to do a serious gut check on what we let in our minds! And we must learn to grab every thought, holding it up in order to see it in light of who God is! Renewing your mind brings in the hope of transformation, because your mind is designed to awaken your heart!

“Full & Free”- The Conversation

“The Conversation”

We all face times when our thoughts and our emotions make life difficult. We all go through seasons of stress, worry, confusion, uneasiness, or despair. It’s okay to experience those times, but it’s not okay to simply stay there. God calls us to more. He calls us to find peace and joy even in the midst. Through this series we want to discover together what it looks like and what it takes to live life Full & Free!

“Us”-Week 4: The Distance

“The Distance”- Clay Everett

The reality is our friends can turn to enemies in a heartbeat. Unforgiveness in our hearts puts our friendship at risk. But forgiveness frees us to move in the direction of reconciliation with our most difficult relationships. If we want healthy, godly friendship we must learn to forgive even what seems unforgivable. God calls us to this, but also showed how to do it!

“Us”-Week 3: For Honor

“For Honor”- Clay Everett

It can sometimes feel like the only point of family is to make life difficult. But the truth is God has a much bigger and better purpose for family. God designed the family to play a major role in your life, and through it not to make your life difficult, but to make it prosper!

“Us”-Week 2: The Direction

“The Direction”- Clay Everett

We tend to put so much pressure on dating. Who should I date? How should I date? What’s the point of dating anyways? In part 2 of our series called “Us”, we want to give you all permission to take a breath when it comes to dating. We hope to encourage you with the who, the how, and the what of dating in a way that gives you a new perspective on dating and some practical tips to do it better!

“Us”-Week 1: Friendship Is A Choice

“Friendship Is A Choice”- Clay Everett

Sure, it would be great if relationships were easy… but the reality is they’re not. Relationships can be difficult. Relationships can be complicated. Relationships can be a struggle. So how do we do relationships well? Through this series we hope to get past the labels of relationships, to see what is required of us in them. To see what it is that God has to say about relationships, and how He calls us to participate in them!