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"Crazy" co-workers are not irritating, your non-favorite or ones that have had a bad day. They are the ones that are mean-spirited and intentionally make you feel small. So how do you deal with them? Ronnie addresses this dilemma in this sermon. Sometimes rebuke, sometimes avoid and sometimes endure.
In this final message of our Making Life Work series, we ask a question that every one person will have to answer at some point…how seriously we will take the claims of Jesus and the story of God I got some really good advice when I first experienced God as a 25 year old, my brother who was talking to me about Christ at the time, realized that the Lord was doing something in me, and he said to me, “Give God everything you have for two weeks and if it doesn’t work, go back and live your life anyway you want” I didn’t give God everything I had, but I did work at making room for God in my life. I decided that God needed to more important in my life than He had been before. We learn to trust God, but how much will we trust him…how seriously are we going to follow him Proverbs 3:5-6 5 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; 6 in all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. Can each of us learn to trust God more? I believe we can and Proverbs 3:5-6 helps to show us how trust can grow 1. Choose Rightly 2. Lean Fully 3. Step Wisely
In this week’s message, we continue a journey to learn how to live an extraordinary life, a life that works the way God intended. An extraordinary life will require us to cultivate compassion. This is primarily about responding with God’s heart to people who struggle with a lack of resources or ability. We will consider three steps we can all take to Cultivate Compassion: 1. See a Need 2. Fill a Need 3. Make a Friend
To honor the Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, Chris Carr teaches "Just Do Something!" from Proverbs 24:11-12.
How would you finish the sentence "My life revolves around..."? If you answer with anything other than God or Jesus Christ you need to reevaluate. Tonight, we take a look at the God centered life vs the ME centered life and discuss wisdom vs knowledge.
Our words are a powerful source for good and evil. The sermon this week deals with the use of our words in the form of "gossip." How do we know when we are gossiping and how should we honor Christ with our words.
So much of parenting methods focus on behavior modification instead of heart transformation. The Bible makes it clear that the heart is producing the behavior we see in our kids. So, how do you do it? How do you address the heart of your child and get to the root issues in their life? In this sermon we'll look at secret #2 and focusing on your child's heart. This is the reality; if you miss your child's heart you'll have missed your child. If you get to their heart, you'll get their behavior thrown in.