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07/14/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus
In our society, there is an emphasis on the importance of material things. Possessions can be made a priority all too easily if we listen to the voices and world around us. In our hearts we, as Christians, know that people are more important than possessions, right? We understand that relationships matter more than things.  However, at times it is hard to live out this truth. How do we react when we come to the crossroad of relationships vs. resources? The book of Proverbs certainly has something to say about this crossroad in our lives and how we are to live it out on a daily basis.
07/14/2019 - 10:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus
In our society, there is an emphasis on the importance of material things. Possessions can be made a priority all too easily if we listen to the voices and world around us. 
 
In our hearts we, as Christians, know that people are more important than possessions, right? We understand that relationships matter more than things.  However, at times it is hard to live out this truth. How do we react when we come to the crossroad of relationships vs. resources? The book of Proverbs certainly has something to say about this crossroad in our lives and how we are to live it out on a daily basis.
07/07/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus
There are warnings all around us daily.  They may be in the form of traffic signs, or warning labels on the household items or tools we use every day.  We may not understand these warnings but they are there for our safety and for our protection.  
 
When we look to the Word of God, we encounters some warnings as well. These are words of caution given to us by the Lord.  We may not always understand them or see what they have to do with our lives, but God knows the warnings we need to keep us close to Him and on His path.  Some warnings have to do with our actions, our decisions, our relationships and even how we view sex in our world and in our marriages.  Though it may be a more difficult subject, God has something to say about it and we need to adhere to His warnings.
07/07/2019 - 10:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus
There are warnings all around us daily.  They may be in the form of traffic signs, or warning labels on the household items or tools we use every day.  We may not understand these warnings but they are there for our safety and for our protection.  
 
When we look to the Word of God, we encounters some warnings as well. These are words of caution given to us by the Lord.  We may not always understand them or see what they have to do with our lives, but God knows the warnings we need to keep us close to Him and on His path.  Some warnings have to do with our actions, our decisions, our relationships and even how we view sex in our world and in our marriages.  Though it may be a more difficult subject, God has something to say about it and we need to adhere to His warnings.
06/30/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus
There are times in all of our lives that we wish we could protect ourselves from the pain in and around us. However, in the reality we live in, pain is an indispensable part of life that no one is immune to, no matter one's wealth, connections, or station in life. As long as we live in the this world, pain will come!
 
The pain we endure may come as the result of our own poor choices or the actions someone else takes. But what if the pain comes because God is teaching us something? How do we respond when God uses trials and pain to reveal more of himself?
06/23/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus
You may have heard the phrase, "Hindsight is 20/20." This refers to our ability to look back on situations we've been in or decisions we've made and make judgements on whether we handled it the right way or not. 
 
We often learn lessons from such moments, after we have already encountered them. At times these are painful lessons learned due the consequences of decisions made in such moments. But how do we spare ourselves the heartache and pain of these consequences? How do we approach decisions and actions in our lives where we don't have to live with regret? Instead, how do we live life with satisfaction and gladness over our choices?
06/23/2019 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus
You may have heard the phrase, "Hindsight is 20/20." This refers to our ability to look back on situations we've been in or decisions we've made and make judgements on whether we handled it the right way or not. 
 
We often learn lessons from such moments, after we have already encountered them. At times these are painful lessons learned due the consequences of decisions made in such moments. But how do we spare ourselves the heartache and pain of these consequences? How do we approach decisions and actions in our lives where we don't have to live with regret? Instead, how do we live life with satisfaction and gladness over our choices?