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Hope in the Darkness - Part 1 with Pastor Jordan Fairchild | 11.29.20
We don’t have to look far to see darkness of every kind in 2020 - whether it be mental, emotional, physical, or relational. Dark situations can create fear, overwhelm, and trauma that may seem impossible to overcome. What are we to do when it seems like there’s no light to be found? Where do we go to get hope? In part one of our new series “Hope in the Darkness”, Pastor Jordan Fairchild reminds us of two important truths in God’s Word - that there is no darkness Jesus cannot light up, and that hope for our day to day lives is available to us through the power of the Holy Spirit.
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Relationship Reset - Part 4 with Pastor Joe Wickman | 11.22.20
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When someone hurts us, wouldn’t it be nice if they magically came to us to beg for our forgiveness? Unfortunately, that’s not how it works most of the time. Direct communication is the only path to a relationship reset – and although it may seem unfair, we are the ones who must take the first step. In the finale of “Relationship Reset”, Pastor Joe discusses four important steps that Jesus calls us to in order to reconcile a damaged relationship. By using the guidelines laid out for us in Matthew 18, we can confidently move in the direction of healing and forgiveness.
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Relationship Reset - Part 3 with Pastor Joe Wickman | 11.15.20
Because we’re all broken in our own ways, most of us do not have the skills or power to reset broken relationships alone. As a result, when we reach a frustration point with someone, we may try to avoid a solution or blame it on the other person. The hard truth is, if we’re waiting for someone else to fix our relationships, we may end up waiting forever. In part 3 of “Relationship Reset”, Pastor Joe reveals that we cannot outsource real change in our relationships – we must engage in the work ourselves. If we’re going to successfully reset damaged relationships, we will need the power of Jesus Christ to help us!
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Relationship Reset - Part 2 with Pastor Joe Wickman | 11.8.20
Although relationships are intended to be a blessing, there are many times that brokenness and pain turn them into a curse. What if the hands of a parent hurt instead of protect? Or the actions of a spouse cause trauma instead of trust? Or the words of a friend tear down instead of lift up? What are we to do when these situations happen? In part 2 of “Relationship Reset”, Pastor Joe teaches us that we must daily rely on the perfection and truth of God’s Word to guide us through the healing process by renewing our mind. We may not be able to fix other people, but when we fix our eyes on Jesus and how He teaches us to live, we can unlock relational transformation by loving like He does.
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Relationship Reset - Part 1 with Pastor Joe Wickman | 11.1.20
Did you know that the primary problem the Bible addresses is relationships? With all the connections we make with other people in our lifetime, we are bound to have some that include painful experiences and lasting hurt. Unfortunately, a broken relationship with God is what leads to broken relationships with people. The good news is, our God holds the keys to relationship resets! If we can experience a reset with Him, then we can begin to reset our damaged relationships with friends, family, and anyone else. Find out how by listening to Pastor Joe’s message in part one of the new series “Relationship Reset”.
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Can We Talk? - Part 4 with Pastor Joe Wickman | 10.25.20
Can we talk about politics?
An election is not just about choosing the “right” candidate; it’s a perfect opportunity to exalt the one true King of Kings by showing the love of God to those who have different views than us! In the finale of “Can We Talk?”, Pastor Joe reminds us that instead of trying to “win the argument”, we can focus on pointing to Jesus as the ruler of our hearts. No matter who is in power in the United States, God is in control – and it is our job as believers to trust in His reigning power above all else while loving people from both sides of the aisle.
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When my Mom & Dad started bringing me to this church in 1984, the best we could do to get the message out of the room was to make tapes and hand them to friends. But now we’re using every means we can to get the word out.
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