Galatians 6:2 says: "Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." Join us this weekend as Pastor Danny talks about the benefits of connecting with others in a small group.
We all live with a question and a desire: Who Am I? and I want to be significant. Too often we use social media to find those answers. However, we come to find out we will only satisfy our souls by coming home to God.
Isolation is deadly. We were never meant to try to get through life on our own. God's plan is for friends to help us along the way. Lead Pastor Danny Anderson shares three benefits of having high quality friendships as well as the best way to cultivate them.
Our words create the quality of our life and the lives of those around us. We can either build someone up with our words or tear them down. Gossip is talking about the personal or private affairs of others when they are not present. The Bible is clear about the destructive results of gossip. There is always a cost. If we're honest, though, there is a part of all of us that enjoys gossip. So, how do we stop? Join us as special guest Michael Kast closes out our series, My Big Fat Mouth.
Our souls have unlimited desires and because of this truth, idolatry ruins us. Our soul can only find true satisfaction in God.
Everyone likes to receive encouragement. Yet, our natural tendency is to be negative. We struggle to be encouraging. Negative words, thoughts, and feelings are human nature. If we want to establish ground rule #3, we need to learn how to transform our negative thoughts into positive encouragement. Pastor Aaron Beasley shares three strategies to overcome our negativity bias and speak words of support, confidence, and hope to others.
True peace is rest of soul and when God leads our lives we can have peace in us that surpasses all understanding. Our peace is rooted in the greatness of God and despite circumstances, our souls can be at rest.
“Perhaps you will forget tomorrow the kind words you say today, but the recipient may cherish them over a lifetime.” - Dale Carnegie. Join us this weekend as Pastor Cody Johnson brings us a talk on the importance of small groups and living a life connected.
“The most common cause of living beneath our capacity is that we have chosen to walk alone rather than to walk together.” — Erwin McManus. Join us in the last week of our series, No Regrets, where Pastor Danny will explain the importance of teaming up and having strong relationships.