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The Empty Chair Danny Anderson


An empty chair at the dinner table this Christmas could mean lots of different things such as death, deployment, divorce, addiction, and others. This could cause this season to be hard, but what if God was the source of your comfort? 

On The Mountain Brent Fox


Join Franklin Campus Pastor Brent Fox as we close out our “God with Us” series. God is with us on the mountain top - the joyous moments and seasons in our lives. It can be easy to get caught up in the good times and forget who is providing for us.  

God Just Wants Me To Be Happy Matt Randall


What makes us happy? The definition of happiness changes from person to person. This weekend, Pastor Matt Randall will talk about the misconception of "God just wants me to be happy" and will take it a step further and share what God is really seeking.

Zacchaeus Pastor Aaron Beasley


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.

Trust Pastor Danny Anderson


Pastor Danny Anderson is bringing us the last week of our transitions series. Many of us have heard others tell us to trust in God, but many do not actually live this out. Pastor Danny Anderson will give us two reasons why we should be trusting God, especially through our transitions.

In The Valley Danny Anderson


Fear is something we all deal with. Why do we let it consume us and make us feel like we have to fight it ourselves? Pastor Danny Anderson shares the first part of the ‘God With Us’ series. Through the Bible, we discover how we never have to feel alone in fear because we have a Father that is always with us.

Absolutely Nothing Pastor Danny Anderson


It's Easter Weekend at Emmanuel! Romans 5:​8 tells us that God showed his great love for us by sending Christ to die for us while we were still sinners. Join us as we celebrate the reason for our salvation, Jesus Christ who died in our place to save us.