Monthly Archives: May 2012

Selling Out or Stepping Up • May 27, 2012

Suppose you had the chance to win a million dollars by telling one little white lie. Would you? And if you did, would it really matter? Would God care? Should you care?

This sermon resumes our series Thriving at Work by asking what integrity looks like and why it matters.

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Saved to What? • May 20, 2012

This sermon explores that most loaded of Christian words — salvation.

You’ve probably heard a preacher say (or shout), “If you died right now do you know for sure you would you go to heaven, or would you go to hell?”

Is that even the right question? Maybe we could ask, “In your life right now are you living in heaven, or are you living in hell?” Join us as we explore what the scriptures say.

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Pleasing Mom • May 13, 2012

When you were growing up, what did you Mother want you to be? How about your Father? Moms and Dads have enormous power to shape our internal definition of success. Sometimes that’s good; sometimes it’s not.

This sermon explores how we define career success.

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Work to Live (or) Live to Work • May 6, 2012

Some people have a tendency to hide in their work, while others have a tendency to hide from work. Which is more likely to snare you? Exactly how does a person find the right work/life balance?

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