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07/25/2021 - 10:45am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus
How do you handle life when it seems it isn't going your way? When we encounter moments and circumstances that do not line up with our expectations of my Christian life, we are often left with doubts about our journey, calling, choices, etc. It may be when a tragedy hits or when we pray for someone that we hope will be healed and they are not. We are left with questions about God's goodness and power. In such moments, what do we do with our questions?  As we continue in our series, Good Dirt, we are going to meet someone very close to Jesus who had struggled with these questions as well.  He looked at his life and wondered why God was not at work.  And we are going to learn something about our own and how we should respond.
07/18/2021 - 9:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus
There are times when we see someone's faith and it truly amazes us.  Maybe that person stepped out of their comfort zone to follow the Lord's leading, moved to a far away place for a call to missions or started a ministry.  Often, we stand in awe at these moments of faith and obedience in someone's life.  But what kind of faith is God Himself amazed at? When does He marvel at His children's faith?  
 
As we continue in the book of Luke with a new sermon series, Good Dirt, we take a look at a man whose faith amazed Jesus.  The Word of God comes to people through many different avenues and yet, people respond differently.  This week's message shows us how this man responded and what we can learn from him to grow in our faith in Christ.
07/11/2021 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus, Burlington Campus

In churches all around the country and around the world, you will hear the Word of God preached. It comes to people through the words of people on the streets, through friends and family, through all sorts of media. However, with the Word all around us, why is it that only a few people respond to it? How do you and I ensure that we are responding to the Gospel in the right way? Join us as we consider the words of Jesus in the book of Luke in our new series, Good Dirt.