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God: Philosophize For Yourself
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July 03, 2017 03:50 PM PDT

Life throws some nasty stuff at us - and when it comes, we all have a tendency to run for cover.

What/where do you turn to when chaos knocks on your door?

Could there be something/someone who can be a source of comfort/strength/hope?

You're invited to listen and philosophize for yourself.

June 23, 2017 02:42 PM PDT

We are sexual beings. Sex is a beautiful gift. Why then, do lustful relationships cause so much pain (physical & emotional)?

Furthermore, if being sexual is in our original design, how should sex be played out in our lives in a way which produces deep satisfying joy?

Listen, learn and philosophize for yourself.

May 26, 2017 08:24 AM PDT

What are you waiting for? As time passes, do you fear or joyfully anticipate what is to come?

You're invited to listen and philosophize for yourself.

February 05, 2016 06:44 AM PST

Have you ever felt like your day felt unremarkable? Just ordinary, nothing special - perhaps it was even a day you wish had never even come to pass. We all have days, even season like that. So are we wasting our time or is there hope even in the most unremarkable of days? Tune in and let hope find you.

January 26, 2016 02:55 PM PST

What does your heart tell you in season of uncertainty, fear, doubt and anger? Does your heart tell you that you failed, that you're not good enough or that it will never get better? Listen to this episode and learn that there is Hope in our season of pain and uncertainty.

January 19, 2016 08:33 AM PST

Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean) has a compass that always points him to what he want's most!

Sounds tempting until we realize how deceitful our hearts really are. A lot of lies and pain in our lives comes from our own hearts. We chose to follow what we wanted most and after we did we ended up feeling empty and hurt.

What if we can lean on someone else for help? Tune in to find out more.

January 11, 2016 03:46 PM PST

Our hearts give us bad advice often. They tell us we are not good enough. They tell us to only give if we can gain. They tell us not to forgive those who have hurt us. More often than not, our hearts spew evil thoughts and deeds.

And if all of this is true then why do we often give and receive the advice to, "just follow your heart"?

In this teaching series we will learn how our hearts were not designed to be followed but to be led. Led by Christ into fullness.

Tune in and join us.

November 20, 2015 01:23 PM PST

Ever afraid? Ever need rest? Do you at times wonder how to be merciful to others?

We're dealing with all 3 of those in 1 message so hit play and check it out.

#liveLOVE

October 29, 2015 06:42 PM PDT

Everything in life involves some measure of risk. Whether we're driving to the store, walking our pet or boarding an airplane - there is a certain degree of risk in all. Risk-free situations just don't exist. Curling up in fear often leads to paralysis which in turn serves no one, including ourselves. We contend then, that indeed, it is right to risk. Taking a risk has the potential to achieve something beautiful for the good of many. In this teaching series we will learn that living a life of sacrificial love towards others can be the catalyst that points people to Jesus and that can also make a positive difference in our neighborhoods, workplaces and relationships.

October 21, 2015 07:21 AM PDT

Everything in life involves some measure of risk. Whether we're driving to the store, walking our pet or boarding an airplane - there is a certain degree of risk in all. Risk-free situations just don't exist.

Curling up in fear often leads to paralysis which in turn serves no one, including ourselves. We contend then, that indeed, it is right to risk.

Taking a risk has the potential to achieve something beautiful for the good of many. In this teaching series we will learn that living a life of sacrificial love towards others can be the catalyst that points people to Jesus and that can also make a positive difference in our neighborhoods, workplaces and relationships.

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