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Perfect Love Casts Out Fear

Speaker: Lance Graber
Key Passages: 1 John 4:18; 1 Samuel 17
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We don’t like to admit it, but fear motivates much of what people do – or don’t – do. Lance explains that God has given us a weapon that overcomes love – his perfect love. Listen for practical and encouraging counsel on facing fear and moving forward in what God has for you.

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Blameless

Key texts: Titus 1:5-7
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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What does it mean to be a “church leader?” How old do you need to be to be an elder? Are pastors really supposed to be more holy than “regular” Christians? Dru explores these questions and more in his ongoing series from Titus.

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The Dying Deer and the Crying Cupbearer

Key texts: Nehemiah 1-2; Psalm 42 and 43
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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Emotions are complicated things: They motivate and discourage, draw us to love and to anger. How do we glorify God with them? Dru looks at two stories from the Old Testament for insight on practical ways to serve the Creator of our emotions with everything we feel.

Echoes of the Incarnation

Key texts: John 1:1-18; Romans 12:2
Speaker: Dru Lattin
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Christ’s birth is about much more than a baby in a manger, and the impact of his incarnation extends far beyond the cross. Dru looks at implications for how we should live from Christ’s example of coming to earth. Listen below for practical insight into conformity, transformation, and the power of Christ’s incarnation:

Clearing the Rubble

Speaker: Elv Graber
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When disaster strikes, the immediate impact is devastating. But recovery can take much longer. In this follow up to his previous message, Elv shares how we can recover from spiritual disasters. With personal stories, he shows that rebuilding trust and finding hope takes time, but is worth it.

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