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Unconvinced | Week Two

What happens beyond the grave?

Unconvinced | Week One

We all have questions when it comes to faith. Maybe you believe in God or maybe you're not convinced. For some of us, it's hard to understand how a God of love could allow such evil in this world. Or maybe the Bible just seems too good to be true. But at some point, you have to move from questions to answers. We invite you to join us as we talk honestly about some of the most challenging questions in the faith. Join us for week one of "Unconvinced" with Pastor Bryan Cox.

Roundtable Discussion | Love, Dates & Heartbreaks | Week Six

Join us for a discussion as we wrap up the series "Love, Dates, and Heartbreaks".

Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks | Week Six

We all have hopes and dreams, but what are we supposed to do when our hearts are broken and our dreams can’t come true? It’s tempting to take matters into our own hands, but is there a better way? Check out week 6 of "Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks" as Pastor Eddie closes out this awesome series.

Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks | Week Five

Many times, we learn from our mistakes in the areas that matter least, but we repeat our mistakes in the areas that matter most. So how can we ensure that the next time won’t be like the last time? Instead of being a conformer, it’s time to be a transformer. Check out week five of "Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks" with Pastor Eddie.

Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks | Week Four

Can you have your cake and eat it too? In relationships, love and desire are like icing on the cake, but the cake itself is the real essence of the relationship. Join us for week four of "Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks" as we unwrap and unmask relationships with Pastor Eddie Cox.

Love Dates & Heartbreaks | Week Three

If becoming the right kind of person is key to a great relationship, how do you do that? Is there something you can do to prepare? Does it just happen? Sure, we’re supposed to love others, but what does that really mean? Let’s lean in and read the fine print with week three of "Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks" with Pastor Chasen Callahan.

Roundtable Discussion | Love Dates & Heartbreaks | Week Two

Join us for a roundtable discussion on week two of "Love Dates & Heartbreaks".

Love Dates & Heartbreaks | Week Two

If becoming the right kind of person is key to a great relationship, how do you do that? Is there something you can do to prepare? Does it just happen? Sure, we’re supposed to love others, but what does that really mean? Let’s lean in and read the fine print with week three of "Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks" with Pastor Craig Henson.

Roundtable Discussion | Love Dates & Heartbreaks | Week One

Join us for a roundtable discussion about week one of the series "Love Dates & Heartbreaks".

Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks | Week One

We all want to be in a great relationship. But great relationships don't automatically happen because we found the right person or because we made a promise. They happen when we strive to become the person we're looking for. Join us for week one of "Love, Dates, & Heartbreaks" with Pastor Bryan Cox.

Running With The Giants | Week Four | John the Baptist

Pastor Craig wraps up our series, "Running with the Giants" by sharing about John the Baptist and how he was a raw, real, and uncivilized sharer of God's Word. Want to know what to do as a believer? Check out week four now!

Running With The Giants | Week Three | Jacob

What does God need to do to get your attention? Are you ready to hear from Him? Are you listening? Pastor Bryan continues our series, "Running with the Giants" and talks about how God got Jacob's attention in the Bible. Check out week three now!

Running With The Giants | Week Two

Running With The Giants | Week One | Samson

Hebrews 11 describes some of the great spiritual giants of all time. What if they shared some of their experiences with us? What would they say? Pastor Eddie kicks off our new series by diving into Samson's story and learning how failure is never really final!

Roundtable Discussion | Me & My Big Mouth | Part Two

Our series "Me & My Big Mouth" has been incredible. Some of our Pastors sit down to recap the series and the topics that we covered.

Me & My Big Mouth | Week Four

This week we close out the series "Me & My Big Mouth" with Pastor Craig Henson.

Me & My Big Mouth | Week Three

Our big mouths can be destructive, but they also have the power to build others up. What we say can impact the quality, and even the direction, of the lives of the people around us. How can we use this power for good? Join us for week three of "Me & My Big Mouth" with Pastor Eddie Cox!

Me & My Big Mouth | Week Two

Like a small spark that has the potential to scorch an entire green forest, our tongues are untamable, with the power to control our whole bodies. We have a tool that can be used to build up those around us or tear them down in just a few words. What do we do with that kind of power? We can’t lock it away. But we can, by God’s grace, learn to control it. Check out week two of "Me & My Big Mouth" with Pastor Eddie Cox.

Roundtable Discussion | Me and My Big Mouth | Part 1

Join us for a discussion as some of our staff talks through topics from week one of the series "Me & My Big Mouth".

Me & My Big Mouth | Week One

We all know what it’s like to be hurt by someone who just couldn’t listen long enough to understand us. Maybe in their attempt to be right, they damaged a relationship that could have been saved with a little patience and curiosity. You’ve probably been on the other side of that coin too. Taking the verbal offense may have won the argument, but you lost relationally. What if we didn’t settle for being right, but tried to make things right instead? The longer we listen, the more we learn, and the better chance we have of protecting ourselves from our own big mouths. Check out week one of "Me & My Big Mouth" with Pastor Eddie Cox.

Keep Going | Craig Henson

Have you been mad at God or confused by things happening in your life? Have you found yourself wanting to give up? Checking out this message by Next Steps Pastor, Craig Henson, about continuing the race called life.

The Grass Is Always Greener | Week Three

It's easy to focus on other people's lives and what you don't have... but it's far better to weed and feed our own lives. True contentment is found by weeding some things out of our life and feeding our souls on the Bible. Those who seek the Lord lack no good thing. Check out week three of "The Grass Is Always Greener" with Student Pastor, Chasen Callahan.

The Grass Is Always Greener | Week Two

Pastor Eddie continues "The Grass Is Always Greener" series by talking about our consumer culture. He asked this question. Will more of "this" or "that" make my life more than it is or better than it is? We are born with a consumer mentality, always wanting more, and a tendency to share less. Check out week two of "The Grass Is Always Greener."

The Grass Is Always Greener | Discussion Podcast | Week One

Join the discussion as some of our staff dives into topics from week one of "The Grass Is Always Greener".

The Grass Is Always Greener | Week One | Mother's Day

The grass is always greener on the other side. It may be an old cliché, but it lurks in every one of us. It’s that thing we don’t currently have that we think will give us what we want most. It’s an insatiable appetite for more. It never leads to joy. It robs us of life. So, what do we do with our longing for the greener grass? Check out week one with Kid Pastor, Casey Callahan.

What God Is Really Like | Week Three

We all have a tendency to judge others based on what we think they deserve. Maybe you’ve tried to do things the right way, but those who had no regard for the right way seemed to be rewarded. The truth is, when we overestimate our own righteousness and underestimate the grace we’ve been given, we can’t help but judge others. In order to discover true peace, we need to shift our focus from others to ourselves and rest in the relationship we have with the Father. Pastor Eddie wraps up "What God is Really Like" in today's message.

What God Is Really Like | Week Two

We all have a tendency to run—run from problems, run from conflict, and even run from God. Without a proper view of the Father, we will always be tempted to run away from home. When we miss the Father’s heart we always end up away from home. When we see the Father for who He really is, there is no reason to not move toward him.

What God is Really Like | Week One

When you hear the term “heavenly Father,” what feelings bubble up? In one story, Jesus gives us a perfect picture of who our heavenly Father truly is. Pastor Bryan Cox kicks off week one of "What God is Really Like."

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