Series: I Want To Believe But...

Greedy God

| April 29, 2018

"All the church wants is my money!" For so many people that simple objection is the reason they've disengaged from church. These people believe that church is only interested in them for the money they can give. The worst part about this belief is it doesn't just impact how they think about church but how they think about God. These people believe God is a greedy God who's just out to take from them. When we read the Bible though we discover that God isn't a greedy God, He's a giving God. Join us for this special message as we discover that yes the church does want your money, but not for the reasons that you think.

Passage: Matthew 6:21

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Low Stakes God

| April 22, 2018

It's easy to believe the reason more people aren't in church and following Jesus is because the the church asks too much of people. What if the opposite is true though? What if the reason more people aren't following Jesus isn't because the church asks too much, but because the church asks too little? Join us for this special message in our series "I Want to Believe, But..." as we discover that the God of the Bible isn't the low stakes God so many people have come to believe He is. He's a high stakes God, and eternity hangs in the balance with what you do with Him.

Passage: 1 Corinthians 3:12-15

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Hypocrite God

| April 15, 2018

An entire generation is stepping away from Christianity because of Christians. Christian hypocrisy has become perhaps the single greatest reason people stay away from church and stay outside of faith. But what if we told you that no one hated hypocrisy more than Jesus? What if we told you that the people Jesus most often got angry with were the religious people, not the godless ones?  Join us for this special message "Hypocrite God" as we continue our series "I Wish I Could Believe, But..."

Passage: Matthew 23

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No God

| April 8, 2018

So many people are convinced God just wants to take from them. They think God’s favorite word must be “no.” They’ve met Christians who are experts at telling the world what they’re against. Becasue of all that they’ve come to believe in a “No God.” What would change if you started to believe that God was so much more concerned with telling you YES than no? What would the world look like if Christians were known more for what we are FOR than what we’re against? Join us for this powerful kick off to our message series “I want to believe, but...” as we explore these questions and more.

Passage: 2 Corinthians 1:20

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