Transformation is the key to spiritual growth.
C.S. Lewis said, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” Jump into the first week of Make It Stick. Pastor Danny Anderson will share how a compelling vision of our future can help us create lasting success in our lives.
As C.S. Lewis says: "Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it's thinking of yourself less." Join us for week 2 of The Art of Living as Pastor Danny walks us through how to overcome pride.
“It isn’t supposed to be this hard.” We catch ourselves believing Satan's lie that our life is going to be easy... an easy marriage, easy parenting. This is not the case. The bible shows us many different people that had problems, even Jesus did. So why do we find ourselves thinking that our lives are going to not have problems? Pastor Danny will introduce the next lie that Satan tells us in week three of ‘Mind Games’.
God did not plan for us to live life on our own, we were made for connection. So it makes sense that to make it stick, we would need help from the people around us. The challenge that some of us may face is, who are those people that are around us? Are they the right people? Pastor Danny Anderson will close up our series “Make It Stick” talking to us about why we need the right kind of people in our lives to create lasting change.
To conclude the ‘Encounters’ series, our Student Ministries Pastor, Aaron Beasley, shares with us about how we will never be able to find our value in anything other than God. In the Bible, when Zacchaeus encountered Jesus, he encountered acceptance for exactly who he was.
Proverbs 12:24 says, "Kind words are like honey—sweet to the soul and healthy for the body." Join us for week 4 of The Art of Living as Pastor Danny explains how our words hold powerful potential to bring life and healing.
Pastor Danny was recently fortunate enough to attend a leadership conference in London, England. Join us as he shares five important takeaways and insights about our role in what God wants to do in this world.