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  • Brand New Brand-It’s Time To Let Go!

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    There is no denying the fact that the local church has changed a lot over the past 20-30 years. The way people dress, the look of the stage, the music, the preaching, the lighting… it’s all changed. But with all that progress, and with all of the cool stuff, and some amazing environments, we are still holding onto things that hold us back. Lead pastor David Beaty, will be taking us back to conversations Jesus had about what is supposed to be happening among those who follow Him. We start our new series: Brand New Brand, with a look at what Jesus says we still need to let go of. This will be a great series for fans and critics of the church!
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  • Help! I’ve Got Voice In My Head!-Let’s Talk About It

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    We hear a lot of stuff from a lot of different sources. When a relationship fails, a business venture falls through, or we hear something about ourselves that was hard to take — how do we know if it is God’s voice or the enemy’s that we’re listening to? In the final part of our series Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head, associate pastor Jason Gildehaus will tackle questions that come up about how to deal with the Chatterbox, and remind us that no matter what we face, if we turn our hearts to God for guidance, He will be there with us.
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  • Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head!-This Time!

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    Few things will derail us faster from the plan God has for our lives than discouragement. The enemy wants us to believe the discouraging words he puts in our heads and our hearts. But the truth is, God has given us everything we need to silence those thoughts that hold us back every day. In part 5 of our series Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head!, lead pastor David Beaty will examine the Biblical story of Leah, and teach us six ways to use what God has already shown us to quickly counter the discouraging chatter we face every day.
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  • Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head-How Do We Know?

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    Our Enemy is full of convincing accusations about who we are and what we’re made of. Why we’re not good enough today, and why we won’t be good enough tomorrow, either. He hangs our shame in front of our face, trying to drown out the identity Jesus has given us as believers. How do we know what voice to listen to? In part four of our series: Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head, lead pastor David Beaty shows us how to look beyond the shame of our sin that blocks us from the freedom of God’s promises.
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  • Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head-It Will Happen

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    Our fears are fueled by worry, playing out the ‘what if?’ scenarios of things outside our control and producing nothing more than anxiety and insomnia. But what is really at the bottom of our worst fears? In part 3 of our series Help! I’ve Got Voices Inside My Head, lead pastor David Beaty teaches us through the story of Paul’s shipwreck in Acts to show us how to shift our fear to faith, and how, through Christ, we can face any situation with the promise, “God says He will.”
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  • Baptism Sunday Spring 2016

    This is it! This is one of those subjects that requires our attention. It matters! So, let’s talk about it. It matters that much! This Sunday lead pastor David Beaty will share with us about the ancient practice of baptism. We’re going to talk about why and how we celebrate it here at FCC. It matters so much that the follow up to this message could be immediate!
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  • Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head-I Know I Am

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    “You’re not ___________ enough.” This is the lie the enemy plants in our heart every single day. We aren’t smart enough. We aren’t talented enough. We aren’t beautiful enough. At their root, our insecurities don’t necessarily make us question God, but they make us question whether or not we are valuable enough to be used by God. How can we give God glory through our lives when we are so dysfunctional, deficient, and doubtful? This Sunday, associate pastor Jason Gildehaus teaches us through the life of Moses how we can overcome our insecurities with the promise “God says I Am.”
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  • Help! I’ve Got Voices In My Head-Whatever, Whatever

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    We are all fighting the same battle. No matter who we are or where we come from, we each have a common enemy – ourselves. Our negative thoughts overwhelm us on a daily basis and often dictate how we react and respond in almost every situation. So how do we get rid of these thoughts? And how do we focus on God’s will when our own negative thoughts of insecurity, fear, condemnation, and discouragement are speaking so loudly in our lives? In part one of our new series, lead pastor David Beaty explains where the voices are coming from, why we’re all fighting it, and how the promises of God give us the ability to silence the lies of the enemy.
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  • Constant Comparison Is NUTS!

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    Compared to everyone else it’s easy to see what we don’t have, where we’re lacking, and how we don’t measure up. But what do we miss when we choose to hide our true selves? We live in a culture of constant comparison and it is taking its toll on all of us. Join us as lead pastor David Beaty shares with us, in part 3 of our Hope Of Glory series, about how in Christ we find the freedom to live without pretending, knowing His glory finds us in the present moment.
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  • The Hope Of Glory-Finding Hope In Strange Places

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    It’s easy for us to define ourselves by our worst moments. And it’s hard to be hopeful if we are only known by our worst days. But, in part two of our series The Hope of Glory, lead pastor David Beaty examines the life of Abraham to show us that, when God defines our lives through Christ, he doesn’t focus on past mistakes or even our current feelings and circumstances. And even at the end of hope, God can use our faith to fulfill His great purpose in our lives.
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  • The Hope Of Glory-God Works In Mysterious Ways

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    Inside all of us there is a longing for something. A deep passion to fill our lives with purpose and meaning. We chase the world and all it offers, but our own pursuits always fall short, reminding us of a thirst for something more. And in the meantime, our mistakes and missteps have left us broken and ashamed. But no matter where we are or what we’ve done, Jesus has a way of working in our lives to point us to Himself – and what He can offer us instead. This Easter, lead pastor David Beaty will use the story of the woman at the well to show us the power and eternal impact one encounter with Jesus can have on each and every one of our lives.
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  • Life Unedited-Call It What You Want

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    Just because the Bible says God works all things together for our good, does not mean everything feels good all the time. But even though there are circumstances in our lives that we did not choose to go through, God has given us the rights to call any circumstance a blessing in His name. Join us as lead pastor David Beaty talks to us about how God will answer our prayers, but it may cost something we didn’t expect.
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  • Life Unedited-Unexpected Blessings

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    In life what we see on the outside doesn’t always match up with what’s on the inside. How do we find purpose in these frustrations? How can God use us in spite of our misguided priorities? Lead pastor David Beaty shares about unexpected blessings; how God can do amazing things when you least expect it in places where you’re not looking for it.
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  • Life Unedited-Your Stomach Is Growling

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    As believers in Christ we have a birthright but sometimes we turn on focus on the immediate gratification of momentary pleasure. Join us this week, as we take another look at an incredible character in scripture: Jacob. Lead pastor David Beaty will use Jacob’s life to answer the question: How do we recover our future when we have traded it away for something fleeting and worthless? This will be a great week to invite and bring someone with you!
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  • Life Unedited-What’s Your Name?

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    When we compare our unfiltered lives to a world cropped and edited where everything is perfect, we’re left with thoughts of misery and frustration. The struggle to know who we are in the world without compromising who we are in Christ is a battle as old as mankind – but so is God’s answer for finding peace. In this series, lead pastor David Beaty will help us to discover how finding our identity in Christ can save us from the greatest obstacle standing in our way – us.
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  • Under Pressure-That Thing

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    Even when our faith is shaken, God is not. In the face of our greatest struggles, we can learn that His answers are greater than we could imagine. Join us this Sunday as lead pastor David Beaty takes us on a journey through the 9th chapter of the book of Mark. What we’ll discover is that we are often so focused on what we want God to do for us that we miss what He wants to do in us. We encourage you to invite a friend or two to join us at 9 or 10:45 as we continue to learn how to deal with life when we are Under Pressure.
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  • Under Pressure-Are You Better Under Pressure?

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    We’re all under pressure. When we look at our lives and all we see is the stress of our situation, it’s hard to hear God’s voice above it all. But if we change our focus, what can we tell ourselves when we’re feeling the heat of pressure? Join us as lead pastor David Beaty helps us understand what we can preach to ourselves whenever the pressure in our lives starts getting too intense. God has so much to say on this subject! And, you probably have a friend who could use this as well.
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  • A Problem Called Praise

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    Sometimes we have things like a new phone or a Smart TV that is so powerful, but only if we know how to use it. As followers of Jesus we have something that is so powerful yet so many of us don’t understand how to use it…it’s this thing called praise. When we learn to use it it can be a problem for the problems we face in life. Join as we discover how praising God even in the midst of our struggles can change us and the people around us.
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  • This Is Who WE Are-WE Will Do Whatever It Takes!

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    God did not give us a small commission, but a great commission, to go into all the world and preach the good news of Christ’s love and grace. If you think our church is too big or big enough, then your love for people is too small. This week, lead pastor David Beaty will wrap up our This Is Who We Are series by raising the question: How far will we go to reach the people who do not know Christ? Are we really willing to do whatever it takes to reach the people that no one is reaching?
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  • This Is Who WE Are…We Want To Be Irrational Givers

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    We know that love gives. We love because God first loved us and gave His Son that we could live. This is why we want to lead the way with irrational generosity, because we really do believe it is more blessed to give than it is to receive. This week lead pastor David Beaty will take us through the minefield of understanding the difference between a scarcity mindset and an abundance mindset. We invite you to come tip-toe through that minefield with us. Ask yourself this simple question: When you look at what you have, do you believe there is not enough to go around, or do you believe there is always more?
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