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  • New Identity-The River

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    Jesus makes us an amazing offer of life by the Holy Spirit. Most of us know this life has been promised but the reality of our lives rarely looks like the promise we read in the Bible. How do we take advantage of the life that Jesus promised and let the Spirit really work in our lives?
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  • “That” Message

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    From the very beginning, our vision has been to create a church that unchurched people LOVE to attend.

    We have five churches in the Atlanta area and partners all over the world that people LOVE. Our plan is to continue to move our vision forward. The question is, what is your plan to partner with the church you love?Many of us would say we love our church. But, do you have a plan to support the church you love? This week we are talking about developing a plan to support the church you love
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  • God at the Movies-The Dark Knight Rises

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    It’s not much of a stretch these days to say we live in a broken world. And into this broken world, God has sent us so that we can be a voice of hope for others. We wrap up our God At The Movies series this weekend with a look at the latest Batman movie: The Dark Knight Rises. God has given us tools so that we can make a real difference in the world, but using those tools is going to require an enormous leap of faith on our part.

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  • God at the Movies-Wreck it Ralph

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    We know it’s not rocket science, but we still seem to have a problem understanding just exactly where we fit into the scheme of things. This week we continue our God At The Movies series with a look at Wreck It Ralph. Yes, it is a cartoon movie but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn from it. Here’s where it takes us: God’s plan for this world is not centered on me. And, God’s plan for me is not centered on me. Listen to find out, how most of us have been shooting at the wrong target.

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  • God at the Movies-Gladiator

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    What difference are you making with your life? That’s a question that confronts us often. This week we attempt to answer that question as we continue our God At The Movies series by looking at a now “older” movie: Gladiator. God is going to use a few questions to help us make a difference with our lives. Questions like: What are you doing? And, who do you think you are? God will supply us with direction and identity if we let Him use our lives.

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  • God at the Movies-The Life of Pi

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    Life is full of storms. If a storm can’t take us out, the enemy will throw a struggle at us that puts our future and faith at stake. We have an enemy who is trying to get us to give up our identity and our purpose. We’ll look at how we find hope in Jesus. Trust us, it’s not about perfection. It’s all about direction!

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  • God at the Movies-Taken

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    In this action packed movie the unthinkable happens, a parents worst nightmare, their daughter is “Taken.” What happens next is a relentless pursuit of a father to recover his child. Is it possible that when God sees the way that sin takes us, that He is even more relentless in His pursuit of us? God’s love for us far exceeds anything we can imagine. Join us as we look at His desire to reconnect with us.
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  • Don’t Do It!

    The new year is a time when many of us take a look at the priorities in our lives. We try to put them back in the order they should be, rather than where they truly are. For many people the list starts with “Put Jesus First” but what does that even mean? Is it possible that by putting Him first on the list we actually separate Him from the rest of the list? We all know that Christ should be first. But what if, instead of putting him first, we saw him as “in” all things? And put Him at the center.
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  • Christmas Eve-The (Mega) Gift That Changes Everything!

    Many times as we grow up we begin to lose the sense of wonder that we had as a child. But, this Christmas maybe it’s time to stop and look at Christmas with a new sense of wonder. The story of the birth of Jesus is so amazing that when we stop to think about it we should filled with a sense of wonder for what God did in Bethlehem. What God did for each and everyone of us.
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  • The Highest-Gift and Gratitude

    With everything we have learned so far from this series it should be no surprise to discover that one of our highest priorities is to have a grateful heart. So what are you doing about it this season? Because God has given you such great gifts, has it led you to having a grateful heart? We will be making observations about gratitude that just might help us make this Christmas the best one ever!
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  • The Highest-Power and Place

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    Our God is definitely above all things and knowing this is going to make a difference for us this Christmas season. This week we continue by looking at how to handle the fact that the people who have the power to meet our expectations are often the ones who let us down, especially when it comes to family. So how does God’s Power help us find the Place we most need to be in this Christmas?
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  • The Highest-Glory and Peace

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    “Glory to God in the highest” is not just the chorus to an old Christmas hymn. It’s a declaration that our God is above all things, the highest! He’s the reason that the Christmas season means anything at all. This week we focus on the glory of God. Believe it or not, this will help us with what happens at Christmas.
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  • There’s an App for That-The Encouragement App

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    We wrap up our series with a subject we would all like to have more of. The Bible teaches us to replenish others and we will be replenished. Are you aware that our conversations average 6 criticisms to every one encouragement? Is reversing this ratio the key to improving our relationships at home, at work, in our everyday lives? Join us as we look at the power of encouraging others – and what might be in it for us!
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  • There’s an App for That-The Trust App

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    Maybe you’ve heard it said that love bends… love believes the best. But when someone lets you down, can you choose to believe the best or are you forced to assume the worst? We have the power to choose our reaction – and the response we choose may make all the difference in our relationships. Giving others the benefit of the doubt just may be the new Golden Rule.
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  • There’s an App for That-The Rest App

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    We continue our series: There’s An App For That, and identify life applications worth living for. The truth is our lives move to a better place when we move at a sustainable pace. Can naps and vacations actually be spiritual disciplines? Communicating the importance of rest was one of the first things God did in the Bible. So why have we neglected – or worse denied – the importance of this principle? God has given us pattern for the pace of our lives. And it just may begin with a nap.
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  • There’s an App for That-The Confession App

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    At some point in time, confession became a private practice used to relieve conscience. But that’s not the way confession is presented in the Bible. This week’s message takes a look at the biblical view of confession and challenge us to confess to others – not just God. The goal of confession is a changed life. How’s that been working for you lately?
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  • There’s An App For That-Application Is Everything

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    These days it seems there’s an app that promises to help you manage every aspect of your life. There are various apps available for download with categories ranging from weather and traffic to addicting games and networking tools. With such a huge selection to choose from, countless apps are downloaded, but only a few are used. When it comes to our lives, the Bible gives us many applications to live by, but the change only happens as we apply them.
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  • Direction-Going Under

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    We get so excited about baptisms around here! It’s a great day when we get to see people take the plunge to show they are willing to let a watching world know that Jesus is Lord in their life! This week we look at the simple command of Jesus to be baptized. Even though it’s a simple command it can seem so difficult for some of us.
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  • Direction-You’ve Got to Give Up to Go Up

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    Following the teachings of Christ has lots of benefits – financial security, relational stability, moral margin. But at some point, being a Christian will cost you something. You’ll feel a nudge to start, stop, get out of, or maybe go. In this week’s message we reframe the choices we have when following Christ begins to cost us something. Will it be worth it to give in to the nudge?
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  • Direction-3/4 New Year Resolution

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    What do you need to accomplish before the end of the year? For many of us that list could go on and on. But, what if there was just one thing that you had to do? What would it be? Our “One Thing” may be different from someone else’s, but they all have something in common. They are affecting our life and relationships with others and God. Join us this week as we look at what the story of Nehemiah has to say about accomplishing our “One Thing” and the difference it makes in our lives
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