Growing up physically and intellectually does not guarantee we will grow at the same pace (if at all) emotionally and spiritually.
Charting a path of growth towards becoming our truest and healthiest selves requires taking an honest look in the mirror. Are you ready?
It’s a simple truth, but one that trips up followers of Jesus everywhere: You can’t be healthy spiritually if you’re unhealthy emotionally.
During this series we will take a close look at what it means to break free from bondage to the past and move into a much healthier and more fulfilling life.
Who has hurt you the most in life? Chances are, when you read that, a face or faces flashed through your mind. It may have taken a few seconds to register, but No doubt you remembered.
In fact, it’s a rare person indeed who has not experienced some wound that sticks with them for a large percentage of their life. The great characters of the Bible are no exception.
Join us this week as we examine how Joseph overcame the hurts of his past and lived a beautiful life free from resentment.
Storms are often dark, cold and uncomfortable experiences. We’ve likely all been through seasons that felt that way. But, as followers of Jesus we soon discover that it’s not the size, nor the length of the storm that matters, but how we handle them.
This week we watch Joseph weather yet another season of very uncomfortable storms as he continues to trust God, and hold fast to his God-given dreams.
Temptation can be a dream slayer. It has brought low the greatest leaders, and crippled the mightiest warriors. It has devastated the tightest families, and divided the most loving relationships. No one is above it, but everyone can overcome it.
Join us this weekend as we study Joseph's great temptation, and discover his secret weapon for conquering it.