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Jan 14 2011

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  • 26 March 2017: David: The Abigail Way - The way of God isn't appealing when we have been wronged by someone else. Our natural urge is to try to get even. We want to wrong the people who wrong us as a way of getting payback. That seems just. It seems fair. But does it solve anything? Maybe there’s a better way.
  • 19 March 2017: David: Killer Giants - The way of God is most unappealing when we are angry, isolated, or afraid. That’s when we consider things we would never otherwise consider. It's when we feel compelled to do something . . . anything. But maybe there's a better way.
  • 12 March 2017: David: The Reluctant Hero - David went from humble shepherd to national hero to great king. But he wasn't great because of his reputation or military prowess. He was great because of where he'd learned to place his hope.
  • 5 March 2017: Your Church - For 21 years, we’ve put a lot of effort into creating churches unchurched people love to attend. It’s worked because so many people have made it work. It’s worked because we broke every church tradition we knew to embrace the mission of the church: to draw people to Jesus.
  • 26 February 2017: The (Not So) United States of America - Can the church bridge the divide when compassion and national security collide? We say yes.
  • 19 February 2017: White Noise: The Stamp Of Approval - Inadequacy whispers into every quiet moment of the soul. We think, "I don't have what it takes." For so many, inadequacy drives the pursuit of power, prestige, and possessions. If we never deal directly with our inadequacy, the white noise will keep us dissatisfied.
  • 12 February 2017: White Noise: Lonely But Not Alone - Loneliness is one of the most common ailments of the modern age.? Because of the stigma attached with it, most people never deal with it. Instead of resorting to the white noise we use to mask loneliness, what if we dealt with it directly?
  • 5 February 2017: White Noise: Sound Masking - Life is full of noise. It’s everywhere, all the time. Sometimes we just want to escape, to control the noise by drowning it out with other distractions. But too often, the noise you control is masking the noise that is controlling you. If you’re willing to turn down the white noise, you might be surprised what you’ll hear.
  • 29 January 2017: How To Get What You Really Want: Thinkin' It Through - What you naturally want is often in conflict with what you ultimately value. But your heavenly Father knows what you need. He wants for you what you really want. So, how do you put aside those natural wants and pursue what you ultimately value?
  • 22 January 2017: How To Get What You Really Want: Last Things First - What do you want? What do you really want? We’ll never get what we really want until we discover what is most valuable. And what we naturally want is often in conflict with what we ultimately value. So, in order to figure out what you really want, you have to figure out what you value.
  • 15 January 2017: How To Get What You Really Want: Don't Be Deceived - We’ll never get what we really want until we discover what is most valuable. But choosing what’s valuable isn’t natural. We’ve all had the experience of getting what we naturally want, only to discover it's not what is most valuable—it’s not what we ultimately want. But how do we avoid being deceived by our short-term desires?
  • 8 January 2017: How To Get What You Really Want: Careful What You Want For - We all have wants. But actually getting what we want can be tricky . . . and even dangerous. It usually leaves us wanting more. If what we want leads to a cycle of wanting more and more, maybe we want the wrong things. So, what do you want?
  • 1 January 2017: Eyes On The Road - People who were not like Jesus liked Jesus, and he liked them back. Since the church is the body of Christ, people should be drawn to Jesus followers. Even if they don’t agree with the message of the church, they should like the church. So, why isn’t that true?
  • 24 December 2016: The Perfect Christmas - We all have a picture in our mind of what the perfect Christmas should look like. So, what do we do when the circumstances of Christmas don’t line up with our picture of Christmas? 
  • 18 December 2016: Who Needs Christmas: We Do - Who needs Christmas? Well, as it turns out, we all do. But it might not be for the reasons you think.
  • 11 December 2016: Who Needs Christmas: God Did - As you know, love must be shown to be known. Right? If you don't show it, nobody knows it. And that is the message of Christmas.
  • 4 December 2016: Who Needs Christmas: The World Did - You may find the events surrounding the birth of Jesus a bit unbelievable. If so, you're not alone. But when you hear the entire story ­– the backstory – well . . . the whole thing is really quite remarkable.
  • 27 November 2016: Eyes On The Road - People who were not like Jesus liked Jesus, and he liked them back. Since the church is the body of Christ, people should be drawn to Jesus followers. Even if they don’t agree with the message of the church, they should like the church. So, why isn’t that true?
  • 20 November 2016: Be Rich 2016: Love vs. Everything - We all assume that we can behave and confess our way into a barrier-free relationship with God. If we sin against someone, we can just pray for God’s forgiveness and we’ll be back in his good graces. But what if God wants more from us than vertical morality? What if he cares about our horizontal relationships?
  • 13 November 2016: Be Rich 2016: Being Great - It's in all of us to want to be great. According to Jesus, there's nothing wrong with that. He defines it differently than you might think and makes it more possible than most would imagine.
  • 6 November 2016: Be Rich 2016: Angry Jesus - Anger is an emotion we try to get rid of or to manage. That's because we usually get angry about things like not getting our way. But did you know Jesus got angry too? His anger was different, though. It was about something more significant than his wounded pride.
  • 30 October 2016: When Grace Shows Up - All of us have more of a story than others may realize. Edward Bailey is no different. Although he serves as the Executive Director of No Longer Bound, an organization which is about regenerating men, rescuing addicts, and reconciling families, Edward knows more about addiction than just his profession. For Edward, addiction is personal. Clay Scroggins interviews Edward in this can't-miss message. 
  • 23 October 2016: The Three Nots - People who are fully engaged in the life of the church invite others to experience what they've experienced. That sounds simple. But why you invite someone is even more important than how you invite someone.
  • 16 October 2016: Helping The Next Gen Win: Show Up - Think about the people who have made a difference in your life. Don't you want to do that for the next generation? There’s an easy first step.
  • 9 October 2016: Helping The Next Gen Win: Leaving Something Worth Leaving - Have you considered what legacy you are leaving for the next generation? Will you be leaving something worth leaving behind? Dave Ramsey, and his daughter Rachel Cruze, explore how we manage our finances and how it can hurt or help the next generation and in the process how it can do the same for our current generation.
  • 2 October 2016: Helping The Next Gen Win: Generation iY - This generation is the first that doesn’t need adults for information. But they do need adults for interpretation. What can we do to help the next generation to see the world in a way that sets them up for success? Join Clay Scroggins and Tim Elmore as they have a conversation about how we can help the next gen win.


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