What are the underlying issues that make our lives Crazy Busy? Is it media, technology, character? There are so many beliefs that affect our decisions, as we begin this new series Pastor Chip examines our families, how we build character, and how these four beliefs affect our lives and our children.
As we finish out 2018 and look ahead to next year, we get the same opportunity that Scrooge did. We are never chained by our past, we can always make different decisions and choices that affect tomorrow.
Every person has been alone. During this Christmas message we’ll laugh, and maybe even cry as we explore the real purpose of Christmas, redeeming lost relationships.
At times, we all lose perspective. It’s very easy to do with the pressures of family, children, and especially the holidays. During this message we look at the first Christmas through a Lampoon’s lens and discover we all could use some perspective adjustment.
Many people struggle during the holidays. Families can be crazy. Kids can be out of control. Finances can quickly be overwhelming. So in the midst of these challenging times, how do we find joy? Pastor Chip talks about a Joy that will be for all the people, and it’s something that’s available for you!
In this classic family Christmas movie, each person must decide if they believe. What are the criteria, how can they choose, and what do they use to base their decision on? We’ll do the same thing in this message as we determine what we can believe about Christmas! It’s something every family must look at…
He was short, but he made one of the biggest turnarounds in history! For every family, for every child, for every person, there comes a time when we evaluate and decide what direction we should go. Today we examine a story and example of just that!
We each only have one life, the question is, how will we invest it? How will we use what God has given us for His glory, His work, and to impact our world with His love?
We were made for relationships. Family, Siblings, Parenting, Groups, relationships are at the core of who we are. In order for those relationships to thrive and flourish, we must be real with one another. Jesus accepted us just as we are, we can accept others in the same manner.
When it comes to becoming the ME I want to be, father, mother, child, worker, but especially someone who follows God; it’s important that we stay in the flow. Staying in the flow is important to who God wants us to be. Recognizing his call, making mid-course adjustments, monitoring our soul and core values. These…