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Shalom – A series about wholeness

September 3: “Full Life”

John 19:41; John 20:11-18

Jesus declared in John 10:10 that God desired that His children would have life to the full, so how do we begin to reframe our categories in life around the promise in John 10:10?

Pastor Corey

September 10: “Sharing Faith on the Road of Life”

Luke 24:13-38

This week we will see the power of community. Two friends of Jesus have an unexpected meeting with Him that moves them towards shalom and a more full life.  It’s interesting to note the fruit of their encounter–their hearts burned, they gained courage and they recognized Jesus in that moment.

Tiger McLuen

September 17: “Even the Parts We Cannot See”

Psalm 139: 1-16

One of the hardest places to find peace is inside our own hearts and minds.  This can be really difficult when we struggle with mental illness.  What is God doing when we are in the dark places of life?

Pastor Corey

September 24: “Unconditional”

Romans 14, Colossians 3

Finding peace and wholeness in our families can be difficult.  The expectations we place on our parents, on our kids, and on our siblings can set us up for pain and anger.  Let’s find shalom in our families this weekend.

Pastor Nate

October 1: “It’s Mutual I’m Sure”

Ephesians 5:21-30

God created marriage so that two can become one – and that is a mystery. As each submit to one another, love one another, and find mutual respect God’s nature is reflected to the world.

Pastor Corey

October 8: “Abundance or Scarcity?”

Psalm 50:1-15

As we continue our study of Shalom we look at a promise from God to provide for all our needs. As we look at our possessions and finances it is clear that most of us feel the stress of trying to gain more and hold on to what we have. God offers a better way to view what we have been given and how we can trust Him with what we have in our lives.

Pastor Corey

October 15: “What our bodies are meant for”

1 Corinthians 6:12-20

As we continue our study of Shalom we look at a promise from God to provide for all our needs. As we look at our possessions and finances it is clear that most of us feel the stress of trying to gain more and hold on to what we have. God offers a better way to view what we have been given and how we can trust Him with what we have in our lives.

Pastor Corey