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Ryan Epps | 1/15/2017

What would you say if you could have face to face time with the God of the universe? It might seem like an impossible circumstance but our God invites us into intimate communication with Him through prayer. Sometimes the words flow effortlessly from our hearts and other times it feels like prayer is one-sided and forced. During the Face Time series, we’ll talk about this and more.

John Tanner | 1/8/2017 | 00:44:56

What would you say if you could have face to face time with the God of the universe? It might seem like an impossible circumstance but our God invites us into intimate communication with Him through prayer. Sometimes the words flow effortlessly from our hearts and other times it feels like prayer is one-sided and forced. During the Face Time series, we’ll talk about this and more.

Ryan Epps | 1/8/2017

What would you say if you could have face to face time with the God of the universe? It might seem like an impossible circumstance but our God invites us into intimate communication with Him through prayer. Sometimes the words flow effortlessly from our hearts and other times it feels like prayer is one-sided and forced. During the Face Time series, we’ll talk about this and more.

Ryan Epps | 1/1/2017 | 00:43:03

Allen Wilson | 1/1/2017 | 00:29:13

John Tanner | 12/24/2016 | 00:22:54

God came to save the world, incarnated in Jesus, then promised his followers they would “do even greater things” than he had done.  The ministry Jesus came to do continues through us.  How are we to do these “greater things”?  We have to take the same incarnational approach that God did – live and love WITH the people God loves.  He did not save us through a sermon from on high.  He put on flesh and shared life with us.  For Christ’s followers to truly be his body to the world in need, we have to live in the same way.

Ryan Epps | 12/18/2016 | 00:25:02
Rica McRoy | 12/18/2016 | 00:28:13
Even more than with most pregnancies, there were many expectations of what Jesus would be when he arrived.  In our lives today, we still feel the angst of waiting on God for answers or events. We’re all looking for something.  In this season of Advent, what exactly are we expecting?
Ryan Epps | 12/11/2016 | 00:38:24
Even more than with most pregnancies, there were many expectations of what Jesus would be when he arrived. In our lives today, we still feel the angst of waiting on God for answers or events. We’re all looking for something. In this season of Advent, what exactly are we expecting?
John Tanner | 12/11/2016 | 00:40:11
Even more than with most pregnancies, there were many expectations of what Jesus would be when he arrived.  In our lives today, we still feel the angst of waiting on God for answers or events. We’re all looking for something.  In this season of Advent, what exactly are we expecting?
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