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Sermons GraceLife Church: Deltona, FL

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    Don't Fall For It | Part 3: The Resistance Cont.

    Don't Fall For It | Part 3: The Resistance Cont.

    Don't Fall For It | Part 2: The Resistance

    Don't Fall For It | Part 2: The Resistance

    Your adversary is on the prowl. He’s powerful. He’s organized. He’s evil. How do you resist a cunning enemy who knows your weaknesses? Join us this week for the second half of “Don’t Fall for It: The Resistance.”

    Don't Fall For It

    Don't Fall For It

    2020 feels beyond exhausting for most of us. Our nation seems more divided than ever. Political upheaval dominates the news and social media platforms. Conspiracy theories abound. Civil unrest and racial tension plague cities. Literal and figurative fires burn out of control. The global pandemic has upended everyone’s way of life. The times are unstable and volatile. If we’re not careful, our focus will stay on the fires, fights, and division out there and we’ll miss the traps that have been set in here, closer to home, in our hearts. Satan is diabolical. He’s happy to distract you with global disturbances while he chips away at the foundations of your devotion to Christ. “Don’t Fall for It” is a message to encourage and stir your heart to stay in the fight for good.

    Love Your Enemies

    Love Your Enemies

    Take Courage

    Take Courage

    Culture Check: Part 9 | Is My Church Culture Healthy?

    Culture Check: Part 9 | Is My Church Culture Healthy?

    What sets a church apart? Designer Coffee? Killer music? A posh building. High-capacity leaders? A mind-blowing social media platform? Those may cause a church to stand out, and possibly put a church on the map. But big companies have those. Have you seen pictures of the employee lounge at Google headquarters? Exactly. What sets a church apart from every other organization in the world is her message and what it produces: relational beauty. In other words, the culture of a church should set it apart from everything else in the world. It should be the closest thing to heaven on earth. But so often, it’s a place of pain, hurt busyness, and confusion. How can we know if our church is healthy? Join us this week at GraceLife for the final message in our culture check series: Is My Church Culture Healthy?

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