7 Things: In a World of Options, Do These

July 7-September 1, 2019
Opportunity-overload is a real thing. It can be overwhelming and it can freeze us. This series gathers key Christian teachings and shows us seven things to do daily and to do deeply, seven things that rise above the others for a solid life foundation.


The Messages

#1 July 7: Help
One of our major purposes is to serve. Each day we choose what we will do with the abilities and opportunities we have. This message frees us to focus on others routinely and help them. Listen here.

July 14 (Park Day, no message)

#2 July 21: Converse
We are built for relationships, and our primary relationship is with God. He longs to be with us and to love us. This message guides us to enjoy a personal, conversational relationship with God. Listen here.

#3 July 28: Engage
Most people associate church with worship and worship with songs. But worship is more than singing, and true worship is vital to life. This message investigates worship and invites us to engage. Listen here.

#4 August 4: Repent
Sin is not a pretty word, and its impact is ugly. It breaks our relationship with God and bleeds his life from us. This message calls us to repent and to do so seriously. Listen here.

#5 August 11: Bless
Everything we have can be used to develop life or to depress it. This message talks about the importance of generosity and how as generous people we can regularly bless others and ourselves. Listen here.

August 18: Missional Community Weekend- No Sunday Services
Our church will meet as smaller gatherings around the city in what we call “Missional Communities.” We’d love to have you join us, so contact us so we can give you directions.

#6 August 25: Shine
When we receive salvation, we want to tell everyone, for a while. Often, we are trained by our fears and our failures to keep silent about the good news. This message prods us to find new ways to stir interest and shine the light of Jesus into our daily words.

#7 September 1: Receive
We grow and accomplish when we risk. When we risk, we are vulnerable. We won’t be vulnerable with people we don’t trust. This message launches us into safe relationships where we can receive the power to risk.