Simplify: Practices to Unclutter Our Souls
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Simplify: Finding the Desert Place with God without Completely Drying Up
We learn from the testimony of Scripture and the example of Jesus, it is in the deserted places in our schedule where God fills our buckets. Pastor Steve encourages you to identify what streams of life-giving water that you can use to fill your bucket in those times you feel empty.
Sunday, September 21, 2014
Simplify: Being Content with Job and Money
One of the great sources of stress, dissatisfaction and unneccessary noise and busyness in our lives is our fretting over our jobs and money. This week we will learn from the Apostle Paul about the secret of being content in all things, includingo our jobs and our income.
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Simplify: Deepening Our Friendships
In our lives that often are overly-complicated, the simple value of being surrounded in vibrant friendship with other Christ followers so often is what sustains us on the discipleship path. Pastor Steve encourages you to grow in Christian friendship in a life group or deepen the friendships you have.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
Simplify: Making Room For Forgiveness
Do you have someone in your life that you find it hard to forgive? If you do, then you probably know how this can complicate your spiritual journey and clutter up your soul. In this sermon, Pastor Steve uses the text from Matthew 18:21-35 to help us understand the practice of making room for forgivenss.
Sunday, October 19, 2014
Simplify: Letting God's Word Lead
How do you view the Bible? What place does it hold in your daily life?
Through the Holy Scriptures God teaches, disciplines, sanctifies, and grows us in righteousness and yet we often neglect the ready and study of God's Word.
Today, as we conclude our series, Simplify: Practices that Unclutter Your Soul, David Drees will help us understand that the Bible is a pathway into the heart and soul of the Lord, and we have been given access to it!
Lessons: Psalm 1, Colossians 3:1-4, 15-17, and Matthew 4:1-11