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Daring To Be Generous

In a culture where cynicism rules, we can find ourselves becoming more narcissistic as the years go by. Questions such as, Is it going to make a difference? or, I hardly have enough for myself, can become our default button. What if we realized that we were meant not to simply live for ourselves but to leave an indelible mark on the world around us? Image yourself being the change agent…making an incredible difference.

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Daring To Dream

So often we hear ourselves say, I cannot imagine. While there are some things we cannot imagine and things that we should not imagine, God created us with the unique ability to imagine! Think of the world without Beethoven, Columbus, Einstein, Disney, Google or Amazon. All of these are a testament to the power of Imagination. This year you could unlock the door and unleash the God ideas that are waiting for you to just imagine!

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Finish Strong

The end of a year often finds us in a reflective and sometimes a remorseful mood. January 2017 still seems like it was a few weeks ago. However here we are in December facing a new year and yet not sure that we are up for another run. As we prepare for 2018, God seeks to use the end of a year and the coming of a new year to remind us that we still have an opportunity to finish strong and accomplish his great plan for our lives. Finish Strong!

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Majesty in the Mundane

For most of us, the God of the Bible seems so elusive. We read about him, we sing about him, we even talk a lot about him and yet in our daily lives we have trouble finding him. Where do we find Jesus Christ this Christmas? If the past is any indicator, it seems that God wants to surprise us by showing up in the unexpected manger places in our lives. Surprise!

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Amazing Peace

Two thousand years later Christmas has morphed. It’s busy, it’s crowded malls, it’s expensive and it’s feelings of stress. Quite honestly, it is not peaceful! However, Christmas as it was meant to be, is the one who is called, The Prince of Peace. This Christmas is our opportunity to gaze at the Majesty in the Manger and to experience amazing peace.

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