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Sun, Feb 07, 2016
When it comes to money, our priority system is usually me, we, God, and others. In this message we will look at two passages of Scripture that show us if we begin to systematically change the way we prioritize how we manage money, it is actually an invitation for God to do something unusual in the area of our personal finances.
Sun, Jan 31, 2016
Our attitude and perspective on money is what causes us to buy what we buy, spend what we spend, save what we save, and give what we give. In this message I will help us see how God sees our money. It will challenge us to change our attitude and perspective.
Sun, Jan 24, 2016
Why do you have more than you need? You may not think you do. After all, many of us live from paycheck to paycheck and struggle to make ends meet. But Jesus told a story that has the power to completely alter the way you view your financial condition. In this message, we discover how Jesus instructs his followers to rethink the use of their money.
Sun, Jan 17, 2016
No matter how much money you make, you have a choice: spend it all and have nothing to show for it when you die, or leverage it for the good of others. In this message, we will unpack a potentially life-changing truth about money by taking a look at one of Jesus’ parables.
Sun, Jan 10, 2016
Our hearts follow our money. That’s why Jesus said more about money than anything else. In this message, I will discuss the first step to regaining a sense of financial direction, because when we are lost financially, it’s impossible to wholeheartedly follow Christ.
Sun, Jan 03, 2016
Sun, Dec 27, 2015
Thu, Dec 24, 2015
Sun, Dec 20, 2015
One depiction of Christmas shows Santa Claus kneeling beside the manger. At that first Christmas, a group of educated, wealthy, and influential men did the same. What is it about that night that makes the world stop and sing; not lullabies, but carols of worship? The answer might drive you to your knees.
Sun, Dec 13, 2015
Part of what makes the Christmas season so meaningful for many of us is the familiarity. We like things to be the same way every year. We are familiar with the story, the decorations, the music, and the atmosphere. However, the unfamiliar frightens us at times. Mary and Joseph found themselves in an unfamiliar location, surrounded by unfamiliar people, in an unfamiliar environment. Bobby will show us how their response proves that God is still at work, even in the unfamiliar.
Sun, Dec 06, 2015
For Mary and Joseph the entire Christmas scenario was unexpected. Let’s be honest. Many of us don’t deal well with the unexpected. In this message Bobby shows us how to respond when God puts us in an unexpected situation. Believe it or not, we have a choice.
Sun, Nov 29, 2015
Do you remember as a child what it was like enduring those days before Christmas? It was the anticipation that made Christmas, Christmas. There's always been a sense of anticipation around Christmas. The first Christmas was no different. Maybe that anticipation is needed. Maybe it’s what happens in that waiting that is the most important. In this opening message, Bobby explains “The George Bailey Syndrome”.
Sun, Nov 22, 2015
Passage: Matthew 5:14
Series: Thanksgiving
Sun, Nov 15, 2015
Passage: Mark 1:4 & John 1:15
Series: Killin' It
We all want to be friended, followed, linked, and mentioned. We all want to be recognized, admired, sought after, and envied. We hunger for approval. We want applause. We want to be known. But what do you do when there is no amount of “known” that will satisfy your appetite?
Sun, Nov 08, 2015
Passage: Daniel 5:17
Series: Killin' It
Maybe you’re a “Three P” person—you have power, prestige, and possessions. You have influence. You are envied. People take you seriously because of what you’ve accomplished, what you look like, or who you’re married to. There’s nothing wrong with being a “Three P” person. But when it comes to pride, “Three P” people face a unique challenge.