Apr 17, 2016
Altared Perspectives #3 – Joshua

Altared-series

Joshua, the successor to Moses, built an altar to the Lord to worship Him after victory in battle. Prior to this victory was unexpected defeat. To attain victory, sometimes God lets us experience defeat. How do we achieve victory in life following defeat? How do we avoid unnecessary defeat in life?
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  • Apr 17, 2016Altared Perspectives #3 – Joshua
    Apr 17, 2016
    Altared Perspectives #3 – Joshua

    Altared-series

    Joshua, the successor to Moses, built an altar to the Lord to worship Him after victory in battle. Prior to this victory was unexpected defeat. To attain victory, sometimes God lets us experience defeat. How do we achieve victory in life following defeat? How do we avoid unnecessary defeat in life?
  • Nov 1, 2015What if you could not fail?
    Nov 1, 2015
    What if you could not fail?
    Series: What If?
    What if you couldn't fail, what would you do? We define success based on popularity, profit and progress. God's definition of success is totally different. What if we realized that we can succeed and make a difference in this world, though it may never garner the same attention that a new pop-startup ever will? Shadrach, Meshach and Abednigo impacted the world through simple obedience to God - it was the individual their obedience impacted that reached the world with the message of God.
  • Oct 25, 2015What if it was true?
    Oct 25, 2015
    What if it was true?
    Series: What If?
    What if we actually lived like we believed the Bible was true, God was who He says He is, and we are loved like scripture says we are? How much different would our lives look? This is a look at the lives of three men who lived like they believed it.
  • Jul 26, 2015Profiles of the Apostles | Simon: Piety
    Jul 26, 2015
    Profiles of the Apostles | Simon: Piety

    Simon only appears in Scripture in 4 places, but his nick-name speaks volumes of his dedication to his faith. Called a zealot, this would indicate his life was pious... no, not full of sweet fruit filled desserts with a crispy flaky crust that has you going back for more and more. We're talking about dedication and devotion, that's piety. We're not trying to create tradition or a guilt driven actions, but learning that life can be full when we commit ourselves to practices that draw us closer to God.

  • Apr 12, 2015Fighting Lions – Part 1
    Apr 12, 2015
    Fighting Lions – Part 1
    Imagine the wind whipping in your face as snow is falling, you're staring down a lion in the wild. No cage, no handler, just a hungry beast that easily doubles or even triples your weight. What do you do? Run? No, you pursue it! You chase it into a pit and defeat this beast that threatened your safety. This is the story of Benaiah a warrior found in 2 Samuel 23.
     
    Often, this isn't the way we handle challenges in life, instead we run. Through this teaching series we will unpack some of life's biggest challenges and take on the lions that threaten us whether it's mistruth or ignorance in certain areas of our life. Among our topics we will discuss two of the biggest areas of discontent in life, relationships and finances, along with others that bring big challenges in our everyday moments.