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  • A New Season

    What is it about a simple change in weather that can bring out the best in people? It's almost like each new season is a new beginning of sorts. It's very representation of newness stirs up changes in our souls. Autumn visions of our favorite warm cozy sweater; rich hot cocoa; and steaming hot apple cider spring into action in our hearts.

    The Bible also references new changes and beginnings in our lives as being seasons. Seasons are metaphors for God's perfect timing in delivering us through all the changes He makes in our lives. These certain seasons can bring about the blessings we reap from having been obedient in following him through those changes even if we did not fully understand or welcome them.

    'And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.' - Galatians 6:9

    This scripture tells us to never give up. No matter how long, strenuous and painstaking the road or trials are in our lives, there is always a new season ahead, a season of new beginnings.

    Every day we can make the decision to begin again. We can adopt a positive mindset to overcome, conquer, and live triumphantly. All beginnings must eventually come to an end so a new beginning, a new season, can commence. We need to take the opportunity to look ahead at what can be and forget the what-might-have-beens. We can challenge ourselves to be better, live higher, rise above our own self-appointed limitations. We can look ahead to a new season of thinking, speaking, acting and living more positively. Each subtle change we implement towards living a more positive life will eventually take root and manifest itself into our days, weeks, months and years.

  • Surviving The Family Circus

     An incredible new teaching series that you do not want to miss! If you want your family to thrive in this season, make sure you are there this weekend! 

  • Sundays Setlist

  • Wisdom

    "17 But the wisdom from above is first of all pure. It is also peace loving, gentle at all times, and willing to yield to others. It is full of mercy and the fruit of good deeds. It shows no favoritism and is always sincere. " - James 3:17

    Many people give advice, while others are sources of wisdom. How can you tell one from the other? Advice typically comes in the form of an opinion and reflects the viewpoint of the one offering it. Wisdom, the kind of wisdom that Jesus exhibited in His life, has the ring of God's truth about it, an overarching truth that transcends human understanding. Even His enemies marveled at Jesus' selfless, God-centered wisdom.

    Do you give advice or Godly wisdom? Today, I want to challenge you to ask God for an eternal perspective. To hear His voice a little more clearly. When you are open to the direction and voice of God, it not only influences you in a dynamic way, but it allows you to offer better wisdom to others. Take some time today and ask God for wisdom, perspective, and the opportunities to impart wisdom in other peoples' lives.

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