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Mission: Possible
Posted on May 19th, 2013

MISSION: POSSIBLE (HOW THE CHURCH CAN CHANGE THE WORLD)

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Walking To The Cross
Posted on March 24th, 2013

Take a walk with Jesus as He walks to the cross.  We look at a few events taking place in the days before Jesus going to the cross.

A Big Crowd Meets The King

A Few People Meet A Savior

 

What If…
Posted on February 17th, 2013

 

 

This series explores how you can experience a more dynamic life through putting into practice some foundational Biblical principles, such as forgiving others, managing your time and finances, walking in faith, controlling your thoughts and speech, and living with purpose. These principles all fall within the realm of “possible” in that anyone can do them, but they also open the door to the realm of the impossible: Practicing these things day-in and day-out creates a life of miracles, and makes available a whole new world of options for you to pursue.

 

1 What If I Forgave Everyone

2 What If I Took Control of My Thoughts

3 What If I Gave Up On Worry

4 What If I Took Control Of My Words

5 What If I Organized My Life

6 What If I Changed My Financial Priorities

Shaping Things To Come
Posted on January 1st, 2013

Many people believe that the future is determined and we are, at best, its unwilling participants. The Bible teaches something different: you can take charge of your future by placing your future in the right hands.

This brand new three part series is based on Jeremiah 18, and helps you discover God’s plan for your future and your role in making it reality.

It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over 12-30-2012

Playing Till The Final Out

There’s Still Time

Posted on December 26th, 2012

  Christmas Eve 2012 Devotion

Mark Sams teaches lessons learned from the Wise Men.

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