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Ryan Epps | 10/15/2017

Biblical demons brought affliction through disease, possession and spiritual warfare. Modern day demons, too, have power to physically exhaust us, threaten our families and overwhelm our spirits. We're bringing three modern day demons -- depression, cancer and drug addiction -- into the light during our October teaching series. We'll be talking about where to find God in the midst of suffering and how, as God's children, we can support one another in times of turmoil.

John Tanner | 10/15/2017

Biblical demons brought affliction through disease, possession and spiritual warfare. Modern day demons, too, have power to physically exhaust us, threaten our families and overwhelm our spirits. We're bringing three modern day demons -- depression, cancer and drug addiction -- into the light during our October teaching series. We'll be talking about where to find God in the midst of suffering and how, as God's children, we can support one another in times of turmoil.

Allen Wilson | 10/08/2017

They say "teamwork makes the dream work." This is also true for how the Kingdom of God advances... as God's people come together as One body to love one another well.

Ryan Epps | 10/08/2017

They say "teamwork makes the dream work." This is also true for how the Kingdom of God advances... as God's people come together as One body to love one another well.

John Tanner | 10/01/2017

There is something almost metaphysical about the sport of baseball. Perhaps one reason is everyone has the same goal, one that resonates in the human heart. That goal is finding your way back to where you began the journey: a place called home. There is a "homing device" in our soul that draws us back into a relationship with our heavenly Father and our eternal home. In this message we'll give a clear invitation to find your way home by trusting in Christ.

Ryan Epps | 10/01/2017

There is something almost metaphysical about the sport of baseball. Perhaps one reason is everyone has the same goal, one that resonates in the human heart. That goal is finding your way back to where you began the journey: a place called home. There is a "homing device" in our soul that draws us back into a relationship with our heavenly Father and our eternal home. In this message we'll give a clear invitation to find your way home by trusting in Christ.

John Tanner | 9/24/2017

Golf is not a game of perfect and neither is life. But we have a Heavenly Father whose perfect love overcomes fear and helps us to persevere.

Allen Wilson | 9/24/2017

Golf is not a game of perfect and neither is life. But we have a Heavenly Father who's perfect love overcomes fear and helps us to persevere.

Troy Siebel | 9/17/2017

Rodney Dangerfield once said, "I went to a fight the other night, and a hockey game broke out." Hockey is not a game for the faint of heart. Neither is the journey of faith. Because we have an enemy, scripture teaches us that we are in a spiritual battle. We need to be equipped to fight the good fight. But the weapons of our warfare are different in this fight. God's word (the playbook), prayer (relationship with the coach), and community (teammates) give us the defense we need to be victorious.

Ryan Epps | 9/17/2017

Rodney Dangerfield once said, "I went to a fight the other night, and a hockey game broke out." Hockey is not a game for the faint of heart. Neither is the journey of faith. Because we have an enemy, scripture teaches us that we are in a spiritual battle. We need to be equipped to fight the good fight. But the weapons of our warfare are different in this fight. God's word (the playbook), prayer (relationship with the coach), and community (teammates) give us the defense we need to be victorious.

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