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"The Essence of Prayer" Part 1

What drives you to your knees in prayer? For many of us, it’s worry. This week on "Discover the Word," we are going to talk about “The Essence of Prayer.” When we’re desperate for relief from our anxieties, we often treat God like Mr. Fix It. But is a quick solution what God promises to give us? Join the group today on "Discover the Word"!

How worry strangles our faith Part 8

I think it's safe to say that there are plenty of things you could worry about. However, we are reminded that worry can strangle our faith. Don't miss this important conversation on saying "no" to worry as we continue our series.

Discover how to fight worry, fear, and doubt Part 1

When troubles start to close in around us, and worry, fear, and doubt invade our hearts, God has given us a powerful tool to fight back! Join us as our special guest, Margaret Feinberg, discusses an unlikely weapon in our daily battles: joy!

Living the gospel, so that others can see Christ Part 20

Sweaty palms and a knot in the stomach. That’s the reaction many of us have when it comes to sharing our faith. Let's take the fear and worry out of evangelism. We don’t need to shout the gospel from the street corner to be a powerful witness.

Find out how God uses flawed families Part 6

Does your family fight and bicker? Perhaps there are a few skeletons in your family’s closet. Don’t worry; you’re not alone! Let's reveal the decades-old feud that took place in Jacob’s family, and how God’s mercy showed up in the midst of domestic conflict.

Find encouragement for your walk with God Part 5

Ever feel like your faith is being tested? Don’t worry; you’re not alone! The group, with special guest Carol Kuykendall, share their own personal trials of faith and how God came through each and every time.

The process and product of the providence of God Part 31

When an overwhelming need is met, or a major obstacle is overcome, it’s evident that God is at work. But can we see His provision in the ordinary events of our everyday lives?

Find freedom in Jesus’ teaching on not being anxious about the future Part 30

With the help of calendars, we map out our schedule for the days and weeks to come. So how can we plan ahead without bringing additional worry and anxiety to today? Insight from Matthew, chapter 6.

Let’s look at seven reasons in Scripture for why we should not be anxious about our future Part 29

When we agonize over a situation—whether it’s financial, relational, or medical—we usually have a good reason to worry! Don’t miss the real-life application from Matthew 6.

Discover what spiritual sickness is and how it is affecting Americans Part 28

Illnesses like influenza, smallpox, and bubonic plague have all been national epidemics at some time in history. Be here for the diagnosis of the spiritual sickness that is affecting Americans on a much larger scale.

Find the true meaning behind Jesus’ promise of provision in Matthew 6 Part 27

There may be some people who argue that God always wants us to be healthy and wealthy, but is that what the Bible teaches?

Discover what it means to represent God’s heavenly kingdom Part 26

A good ambassador will faithfully promote the priorities of their native country, all while living on foreign soil. Insightful lessons from the book of Matthew.

What does it mean to seek God’s will for our lives? Part 25

As followers of Christ, we’re called to pursue God’s righteousness. But what does that really mean? See how reflecting God’s righteousness makes a lasting impact on the world around you.

What it means to represent Christ to the world Part 24

To be an effective representative of God’s kingdom we need to understand God’s values and priorities! Practical application from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount.

A timely lesson on priorities from the Sermon on the Mount Part 23

Every day we juggle the responsibilities of work, church, family, and friends. And at times, it’s difficult to know how best to prioritize! Let's explore Jesus’ charge to “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness.”