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Whose Kids Are These?

Did she really just do that? Did he really just say that? Do they really believe that? With long days and short years, parenting can feel like we never get to stop and reflect—we’re always reacting in the moment. When we admit what’s broken, ask for help and apply wisdom, we’ll discover that things can be different in our home and our lives. Let’s learn some of these principles together and watch God change our families.

Re:Vision

When you look at the future, what do you see? When you look at the future of the people who are close to you but far from God, what do you see? During this series, join us as we look again at who God has called us to be and what our next decade could look like together. We want to build on the solid foundation that has been handed to us—we want to steward it wisely and do our part to be a part of what God has been doing through us in this community. Just imagine what God can do when we offer our lives to Him.

Open Concept

If the people in your family opened up and shared what they were really thinking, what would it sound like? We’ll take a listen to God’s wisdom from the perspective of common family members in your life who might be waiting to open up and bring down the relational walls in your home.

Vision Weekend 2017

Change is unavoidable. But sometimes in the midst of our busy schedules and priorities we don’t change in the ways we hoped we would. We don’t drift into the hope-giving, life-changing direction God wants for us. The Gospel fundamentally changed people and communities thousands of years ago and it’s still doing it today - find out how.

Can I Ask That?

What are the questions you've never asked but have always wanted to? God's not afraid of your questions and you shouldn't be either. Join us this summer as we talk through life's big questions. Ready, Set, Ask!

Father's Day

We've all seen highlight reels, but those best moments we watch over and over are created by countless hours of practice we never see. The daily focus required to create sustained success is no accident. Discover God's plan for those rhythms in your life.

D.I.Y. Gods

It's never been more fun to create things; from the latest project to your dream Pinterest idea, doing it yourself is fun. When we craft God into the things we want him to be, it distracts us from the true power he has and the potential he gives to us. We will dive into the deeper reality of God's character and the kind of understanding that gives us a much fuller life in him.

Mother's Day

With so many competing images and pressures, women feel the weight to make all of their life look and feel like what they see in the snapshots of others. There's no way to measure up. But when we grow to treasure the life we actually have, we might find it's the one we were made for all along.

The Guide to Joy

The ups and downs of our days, weeks and lives can feel like a roller coaster. What we thought the present would look like and what we hoped the future would resemble are just not turning out the way we thought. What if someone from the confines of a jail cell thousands of years ago unlocked the secret? What if he could show you and me a type of inner peace and joy that could withstand a tough day or a deep disappointment? Join us for an exploration of the real strength we were all meant to live with.

Found

Everyone is valuable, but how much value does each one have? Jesus' teaching on the individual confused the religious leaders of his day. He told three important stories to show the extent of his love for each and every person. What if, by studying these stories, we could see the value of the people in our lives just as Jesus taught?

Gener-Us

You may not often think about it this way, but we are a powerful community. We have more potential, resources, and education than most communities in the world today or any other day in history. What if we could learn to more effectively use what God has given us to solve problems, meet needs, and open hearts to hope in Jesus? We’re going to learn about the journey of generosity we’re all on—not for ourselves, but for the world around us.

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