• "Stay excited about your faith as you serve the Lord." Romans 12:11 NIRV

     

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    A 4-WEEK SERIES ON LOVING OTHERS

    SERIES OVERVIEW:

    You hear a lot about “cancel culture” these days. It's what happens when swarms of people on the internet band together to call out, shame, or even "cancel" someone. And while there are definitely times when people or systems need to be called out and held accountably, we can all be a little too quick to be cruel to each other — online and offline too. In this 4-week series, we'll get introduced to a few people from Scripture whose stories show us that humans have always struggled to choose love instead of hate. This problem isn't a new one, but through the stories of Jesus, a few outcasts, a king, and a shepherd, we'll see that God is challenging us to love people who aren't like us, love people who are in need, love the people we envy, and love the people we want to hate.

     

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    Middle School

    (7th & 8th)

    Sundays at 11:30 am

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    Thursdays at 6:30 pm

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    High School

    (11th & 12th)

    Sundays at 12:30 pm

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    TIP OF THE MONTH

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    Your teenager is in the middle of an identity crisis, but there’s something you can do to help. Tell them more stories. Your kid probably doesn’t seem very interested in the stories of your teenage years, but this is really important. When you share your personal stories of what it was like to be a teenager, you help normalize their experience and assure them that what they’re thinking, feeling, and experiencing isn’t all that weird.

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