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05/19/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus

As Christ followers, we are called to live in good relationship with others. Often, this is easier said than done. If we look around our society today, there is plenty of diversity. But this diversity comes at a cost. What makes us diverse can also divide us. We are divided by our worldviews, politics, wealth, preferences, and so much more. So how do we live out our call to live in unity? In the words of Paul, how do we put off what divides us and put on what unifies us? As we continue our sermon series on the book of Colossians, join us as we learn about what God has to say through the apostle Paul about unity in Christ.

05/19/2019 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus
As Christ followers, we are called to live in good relationship with others. Often, this is easier said than done. If we look around our society today, there is plenty of diversity. But this diversity comes at a cost. What makes us diverse can also divide us. We are divided by our worldviews, politics, wealth, preferences, and so much more. So how do we live out our call to live in unity? In the words of Paul, how do we put off what divides us and put on what unifies us? As we continue our sermon series on the book of Colossians, join us as we learn about what God has to say through the apostle Paul about unity in Christ.
05/12/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus

Over the past couple weeks, we've explored the need for change in our lives, especially the sort of change that only God can bring. Regardless of the type of change we experience, it should be reflected in our words. The way we speak to people now should not be the same as before our encounter with God's grace. Simply put, as Christians, our speech should be different than that of the world's. However, at times, we find ourselves falling into the old pattern of speech we had before our experience with the Gospel. We struggle with words spoken in anger and words that tear others down. How do we change our words so that they reflect God in us?  How do we learn to build others up with our words?  Paul, in the book of Colossians, teaches us what we need to do in order to change our old self into our new self, as reflected in our speech.

05/12/2019 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus

Over the past couple weeks, we've explored the need for change in our lives, especially the sort of change that only God can bring. Regardless of the type of change we experience, it should be reflected in our words. The way we speak to people now should not be the same as before our encounter with God's grace. Simply put, as Christians, our speech should be different than that of the world's. However, at times, we find ourselves falling into the old pattern of speech we had before our experience with the Gospel. We struggle with words spoken in anger and words that tear others down. How do we change our words so that they reflect God in us?  How do we learn to build others up with our words?  Paul, in the book of Colossians, teaches us what we need to do in order to change our old self into our new self, as reflected in our speech.

05/05/2019 - 10:45pm | Campus: Belmont Campus
We see things around us all the time that need to be changed. Whether it is rearranging our house, or  making career adjustments, or working on our relationships, there are things in all our lives that we would like to see changed. However, we often don't take the time to make these changes. This is not only true of the physical things we see but also the spiritual needs within us. We tolerate the things in and around us because we simply don't know where to begin. Fortunately, God does. Through the book of Colossians, He reminds us that change comes by ridding ourselves of certain things and focusing on others. This past Sunday, we explored what God calls us to get rid of and what He calls us to focus on. 
 
As we continue our sermon series on the book of Colossians, join us as we learn about what God has to say through the apostle Paul about this process of pursuing change
05/05/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus
We see things around us all the time that need to be changed. Whether it is rearranging our house, or  making career adjustments, or working on our relationships, there are things in all our lives that we would like to see changed. However, we often don't take the time to make these changes. This is not only true of the physical things we see but also the spiritual needs within us. We tolerate the things in and around us because we simply don't know where to begin. Fortunately, God does. Through the book of Colossians, He reminds us that change comes by ridding ourselves of certain things and focusing on others. This past Sunday, we explored what God calls us to get rid of and what He calls us to focus on. 
 
As we continue our sermon series on the book of Colossians, join us as we learn about what God has to say through the apostle Paul about this process of pursuing change
04/28/2019 - 11:00am | Campus: Burlington Campus

In this life, it seems that many of us are often in pursuit of change. We oftentimes chase down what can make us better. We might make changes in our health, changes in our finances or in how we spend our time. Unfortunately, we realize that these changes are not often permanent as we tend to revert back to our old lifestyle and way of doing things. So how do we live in a way that brings about permanent change in our lives? How is change to be sought after in light of God's Word? As we begin our new series on the book of Colossians, we see how Paul speaks to us about who we are in Christ and how this reality affects our pursuit of change.

04/28/2019 - 9:00am | Campus: Belmont Campus

In this life, it seems that many of us are often in pursuit of change. W e oftentimes chase down what can make us better. We might make changes in our health, changes in our finances or in how we spend our time. Unfortunately, we realize that these changes are not often permanent as we tend to revert back to our old lifestyle and way of doing things. So how do we live in a way that brings about permanent change in our lives? How is change to be sought after in light of God's Word? As we begin our new series on the book of Colossians, we see how Paul speaks to us about who we are in Christ and how this reality affects our pursuit of change.