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Divided - Part 2 - Inexhaustible Grace - Pastor Jim Dahlke
In part 2 of our series, Divided: Seeking Unity in a Fractured World, we're looking to 1 Corinthians 1 to discover the unifying power of Christ. This letter by the Apostle Paul teaches us how to live differently than our divided nation—in community with one another. Amidst a culture as diverse as Corinth, not unlike modern-day America, how does a follower of Jesus practice this sort of faith? Listen to our next message of the series, Inexhaustible Grace, as we discover the affects of God's grace when we are in Christ.
Divided - Part 1 - Seeking Unity in a Fractured World - Josh Miller - Kids Ministry Director
Have you felt that the world today is more divided than ever? Welcome to the first episode of our new series, Divided: Seeking Unity in a Fractured World, where we're looking to 1 Corinthians 1 to discover the unifying power of Christ. Tune into our first message of the series, Come Together, and find the answer to the question, "What does it mean to be called together in Christ?"
Habits: Prayer - CT Eldridge
It’s probably pretty safe to assume everyone here is at least a little familiar with prayer. How
comfortable or familiar are you with praying Scripture as a model of prayer?
Habits: Spiritual Guidance - Pastor Alex Armstrong
When was the last time you faced a difficult life decision in life? What was the decision about?
How did you go about seeking guidance for what to do?
Habits - Fasting - Pastor Jim Dahlke
Most people are familiar with fasting as either a medical or spiritual practice. How have you
practiced fasting in the past? What does Jesus want us to know about fasting?
Family: Why Bother? – Part 6: When Dysfunction Meets Grace– Woodside Bible Church - Pastor Jim Dahlke
Your family is probably a bit dysfunctional. So are ours. In fact, if you open the first book of the Bible, Genesis, you see all kinds of dysfunctional families. That’s because one of the primary ways that the curse of sin shows up is in your family relationships—with your parents, your siblings, your spouse, your in-laws, your children, and all the rest of the people you see at a family reunion. The good news is that just like God used the broken families in Genesis to unleash blessings on the whole world, he can do the same in your family. In this seven week series we’re going to see how Jesus can renew, refresh, and restore our broken families.