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In The Secret

In our sermon series God Speed, we’ve been talking about rhythms and disciplines we can adopt to slow down and experience a more vibrant life.

Our lead pastor, Bruce Wesley called our church to adopt the discipline of solitude in our lives so that we could know the voice of God and have clarity on who God has called us to be.

Our Arts team recorded a version of the worship song ‘In the Secret’ as a reminder and a prayer for us to daily push away distractions and to know God’s voice in solitude.

How Can I Experience Blessing?

How can I experience blessing?

Does God Promise Healing?

Does God promise healing?

It seems like that question demands a clear cut answer.

Listen to how our Teaching Pastor, Yancey Arrington answers this question in our latest video.

Why Does God Allow Suffering?

If God is good…

If God is all powerful…

If God is all-knowing…

Then why does he allow suffering?

 

How Can Christianity Be True if Christians Are Hypocrites?

A common objection to the Christian faith is that Christianity cannot be true because Christians are hypocrites.

How can Christianity be true if Christians are hypocrites?

This is a legitimate question that it deserves some thought.

The Best Marriage Advice I’ve Ever Been Given

Sometimes life stinks. Marriage can be hard. People sin. Wounds hurt. There is no magic cure-all that will instantly make it all better, but this is one place to start.

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Is it Okay for Christians to Celebrate Halloween?

October is a great month in Texas. There’s college football, playoff baseball, cooler weather, and… Halloween. So how can we leverage this holiday for the kingdom of God? Or should we even try?

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What Does Godly Friendship Look Like?

When we were kids, our friends were some of the most important people in our lives. As Christ-following adults, is that different? Should it be?

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Is God Really Active in the World?

How can we say God is working and active if there’s so much evil, pain, and suffering in the world? If God is, in fact, good and loving, then did he just set the world in motion and then let it go its own way?

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What Is My Purpose?

What does God want us to do with our lives? Does he have a plan for each of us? If you’ve ever asked these questions or ones like them, know that the Bible does provide some clarity. Watch this video to learn more.

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Reading the Bible Together

“I had tried to read the Bible on my own… but once I was in the group doing it together there was a lot more accountability.

Each week different perspectives come in to play, too. There’s lots of different views and points of view in our small group, which is awesome because then you hear other people’s interpretations on things.”