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Paul and Barnabas travelled up into the mountainous terrain of Galatia to spread the gospel and establish churches. Years later Paul would write a letter to all the churches and believers of the region. They were spread out in rural villages, towns, and cities. They were connected by the gospel.
No optimistic 18 year old expects to be jaded and cynical by the age of 35, yet it happens all the time. Life has a way to sucking the hope and joy out of us. What happens is we run into obstacles none of us ever expected, but we all end up experiencing. Research shows we all struggle with these issues, but it seems no one ever sees them coming. Find all the messages in this series here.
In fact, they have to both be present in every person.
No one believes EVERYTHING they hear, it’s not even possible.
Whether you struggle with belief or know that your faith could be stronger, you’ll benefit from these messages because as your faith gets stronger your hope grows!
More than we want to wish you a happy new year, we want to talk to you about becoming a Happy. New. You. The best way to experience a Happy New Year is to become a new you, so we kicked off the year with these message on becoming a “Happy New You.”
We gave 3 Sundays to focus on major issues that don’t get talked about very often: Suicide, Anxiety, and Depression. While these issues are increasingly more common in our culture, none of them are easy to talk about. While there are no easy, simple answers scripture does offer hope and guidance.
How do you have joy when everything is going wrong? Paul knows.
When Paul ministered in Philippi, he ended up being beaten and thrown in prison. However, that didn’t stop him from giving God praise and thanks. Years later he’d find himself in prison again and he’d write a letter back to the believers he trained in Philippi and spoke to them about having Joy in the midst of difficulty.
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Jesus said that the greatest command is to love God with all of our heart, mind, soul, and strength. In this series we’ll be focusing on that first part, loving God with all of our heart.