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The disciples had a blind spot. They were clueless about their arrogance. They were insiders with the Messiah! How could anyone be more privileged than they were? They heard the best teaching ever. They witnessed the most amazing miracles of all time. Every day they enjoyed being in the Green Room with Jesus. They were about as close to celebrity s…
 
Can you take on the most sophisticated, dominating, fallen angels of spiritual darkness at work in this world? Would you rather enjoy mountaintop spiritual highs while hardly getting your hands dirty doing kingdom work in the real world? How do you respond to the most desperate circumstances of broken people under heavy spiritual attack? What do yo…
 
Sometimes we are in a fog. We struggle to understand who Jesus is, why He came, what He did, what’s next, and what now. His compassion is obvious. His teaching is astonishing. His message is intriguing. His claim of deity…that’s unbelievable! Or is it? When Jesus takes His men on a mountain hike, something stunning happens. His men would never forg…
 
What can’t you see? Jesus heals a blind man in two stages with two touches. This is the only time in the gospels that Jesus’ touch doesn’t result in an instantaneous healing. Why? Christians need additional touches from Jesus to open their eyes with 20/20 clarity. Discover how the second touch changes everything about how you see and follow Jesus. …
 
Sometimes we don’t get it. Life events seem so disconnected. Deeply spiritual encounters with God fade into our history and from our memories. We ask for indicators, asking God to confirm His involvement in us and His calling for us. To open their eyes, Jesus asks seven questions of His men who can’t seem to connect the dots. Here is your opportuni…
 
Does God ever send you into a place that is threatening? Does His plan for you include gale force winds that rock your boat? When it looks like you are about to capsize and sink, God is at work! Yes, that’s a beyond belief moment. It’s meant to be. Especially when the headwinds hit you. Text: Mark 6:45-56 View the video including worship music at t…
 
The reason we say “Aw!” when our kiddos share their PB&J is because it’s countercultural. It’s a kind of innocence that most like will morph as they grow older. There’s no free lunch in this world, right? Jesus challenges Compassionate Deficit in His own disciples. How can Christians, and the church, grow in God-like compassion in a provide for you…
 
Jesus never side-stepped the hard stuff. Neither did his cousin, John (the Baptist). Both engaged cultural issues from Scripture, the revealed will of God. Morality matters to God. His heart is to protect us from the destruction of hearts and homes, lives and families, caused by immorality. How are Christians to live and engage our culture in regar…
 
What do you know about Jesus? Have you confined Jesus to your understanding of Him? Sometimes what we know is not all there is to know about Christ. Jesus’ hometown folk and friends weren’t so receptive when he came back for a visit. They thought they knew him better than they actually did. God is at work in this world. You can know Him and join hi…
 
Real life touches EVERY person. You can be well known or unknown, one of means or one of no means, it doesn’t matter. Real life touches EVERY person. When you come to the place where it's plain that life is bigger than you, how you respond will either make you or break you. Here are two separate lives, both wrapped in desperation. Their next move m…
 
God is always working. He often leads us to places and people who are blinded by spiritual darkness and bound by spiritual forces. Why would He do that? Discover both the compassion and the power of Christ as He intentionally moves to set free a man ridden with demons. Then ask yourself if your life and witness are just as powerful. Text: Mark 5:1-…
 
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