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There are times when we can be completely astounded as we see God’s power displayed around us. When Jesus speaks to us and we lean in to truly hear and apply what he’s saying, it changes how we see things. Or, there are other times when we experience His compassion and healing when we come to him with humility and transparency. What might be the outcome if together as a church family we all took the posture to be open to a move of God in our lives.

Daniel Im - June 12, 2022

It's Worth the Risk

It\'s Worth the Risk

When it comes to risk, how would you characterize yourself? How comfortable are you with risks? When's the last time you took one? And what happened when you did? This weekend, as we wrap up our series, Dear Church, we are going to explore a risk that someone named Ananias in the Bible took…and why it’s always worth it to take the kind of risk that he took.

Scripture References: Acts 9:1-19

From Series: "Dear Church"

‘Dear Church’, we’re going to open up the Bible to examine the why, the what, and the so what of the church. We’re living in a world that increasingly sees the church as a negative or irrelevant “institution,” rather than the living, breathing, beautiful bride of Christ that she is—that we are. When we misunderstand the why, the what, and the so what of the church, this naturally seeps into the way that we live as followers of Christ, and live with one another as the church!

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Daniel Im - June 12, 2022

It's Worth the Risk

It\'s Worth the Risk

When it comes to risk, how would you characterize yourself? How comfortable are you with risks? When's the last time you took one? And what happened when you did? This weekend, as we wrap up our series, Dear Church, we are going to explore a risk that someone named Ananias in the Bible took…and why it’s always worth it to take the kind of risk that he took.

Scripture References: Acts 9:1-19

From Series: "Dear Church"

‘Dear Church’, we’re going to open up the Bible to examine the why, the what, and the so what of the church. We’re living in a world that increasingly sees the church as a negative or irrelevant “institution,” rather than the living, breathing, beautiful bride of Christ that she is—that we are. When we misunderstand the why, the what, and the so what of the church, this naturally seeps into the way that we live as followers of Christ, and live with one another as the church!

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