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God has created us in different ways, and so we connect to him in different ways too. Learn about various ways that people connect to God to appreciate and flourish in those differences.
In a world that’s hyper-focused on the here and now, we’re called to build something lasting. This series will teach us to create a legacy that stands the test of time. With messages on raising Godly children, saving and giving with purpose, and lasting faith, Outlasters prepares the church to see beyond daily thrills and things to the plan God has for our future.
The early church had a mission unlike any other in history. It’s still our calling today. Since we’re part of the Restoration Movement, let’s look back to see how the early church started on their mission and see if we can do some of the same.
How different would the world look if everyone got what they deserved? Would your salary be the same? What would our prisons look like? Would nice guys finish first or last? Or would things be a lot worse?
This four-part sermon series takes a look at the things we actually deserve that God’s forgiveness spares us from: death, condemnation, rejection, and being counted out.
The negative neighbor. The critical co-worker. The manipulative family member. We all have difficult people in our lives. Let’s learn how we can live with—and show love to—Those People.
No matter life’s trials or tribulations, we must maintain hope. For the next few weeks we’ll explore the tale of two women who had every reason to give up hope, learn how God restored it, and expect God to do that in our own lives.
When relationships, jobs, and possessions don’t bring the happiness and fulfillment we are searching for, we often find ourselves drowning in loneliness and disappointment. Join us as we discover how God wants to rescue us through the church and use our story of survival to rescue others.
Sometimes it seems like the only way to keep up with all the demands on our lives is to run at maximum capacity,” and then some. But there is another way…one where we have room to breathe and space to respond to what life brings our way. Come explore what it means to live with Margin.
Sometimes frustratingly, God doesn’t always work on our timetable and often calls us to wait… but we don’t have to be bitter about it. In this sermon, we learn about faithful people who waited expectantly, and how we can become like them.
While there may not have been Three Kings on Christmas, there were three types of kings in Matthew chapter 2. Come learn about them at our Christmas Eve Service
Can you imagine what could happen if we gave control of our life to God? It’s scary, but the benefits are world-altering. It’s time we start taking risks and making decisions the world doesn’t understand. Come see what life can look like when we let go… when we decide to have Ridiculous Faith
Are you happy with your life? So many people in our culture and community seem discouraged at their state of affairs. So was Nehemiah, but he took steps to change his world and did it in just 52 days. In this series we examine how he did it and how that can apply to our lives.
God has given us a brief amount of time on this earth to live and work and worship and influence our community. Let’s make sure that we’re using that time as wisely as we can. Let’s commit to inviting people to learn more about Jesus and to introduce them to the hope he offers.
One of the greatest obstacles for moving toward the future for many people is their past which can drag them down. If you’re having trouble moving on, God can help! That doesn’t mean it’s easy, but it’s possible.
In a society that has experienced an explosion of communication-oriented devices, it seems that communication has somehow gotten more difficult. How can we navigate these times without wanting to stop talking to one another? Listen to our series to find out.
In a special guest sermon, Loren Deckard addresses a popular question in our society. We read our Bibles, we can watch better preachers than Adam on YouTube. What’s the point of going to church when I have so many other ways I can spend Sunday morning?
You can’t choose your family but you can choose your friends. Friendships are one of the most important relationships that we can have, but if we don’t approach them intentionally, they can fall apart quickly. Learn what God has to say about keeping the right friendships to serve him.
In a special sermon, Loren Deckard tells us what he was thinking.
Jesus told us to go into all the world to make disciples, but that seems like a huge task. Don’t be overwhelmed, big changes can start with one step or in this case one person. What if you focused your energy and efforts into serving and blessing one person who is already in your life?
Who are you living for? Jesus gives us a high calling that can radically the change the way the world sees us and the way that we see ourselves. Loren Deckard shares this special message with us this week.
When do you pray? Is it a last resort or a way of living? Realistically, we tend to rely too much on our own power and not enough on God’s. This series shows us how to pray and get in good habits and teaches us what effect prayer can have on our lives.