April 28 - May 12

Our past has a way of shaping the present and we carry lots of regrets about the past. We are sorry for the stuff we did or didn’t do, or that was done to us. We give power to our mistakes and failures and let them define us and control us. We get stuck in having passed up an opportunity. We let the offense of the past continue to offend in the present. How do we get past the spiritual, relational, physical (health), financial negativities of the past to find a new purpose? God wants to upcycle (redeem and transform) our past regrets into something good. Here’s a definition of upcycle: “Reuse (discarded objects or material) in such a way as to create a product of higher quality or value than the original.” In this series, we’ll discover the amazing ability of our God to upcycle our past to help us start over.

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Image: The Invitation to Freedom
February 9, 2020

The Invitation to Freedom

We all have experiences with guilt, regret, and shame. No matter how long we follow Jesus, we are confronted with...

Image: The Invitation to Encounter God
February 2, 2020

The Invitation to Encounter God

Many of us long to encounter God. We often want to encounter God on our terms, in our way, and...

Image: The Invitation to Follow
January 26, 2020

The Invitation to Follow

Jesus invited four fishermen to follow him. He asked them to leave behind their trade, business, security, and homes. He...

Image: One Life
January 19, 2020

One Life

The needs around us are so great and feel overwhelming. It’s easy to give up. It’s easy to focus on...

Image: One Church
January 12, 2020

One Church

The needs of our community are huge. There are enormous physical, economic and social challenges in our city. But even...

Image: One Word
January 5, 2020

One Word

New Year’s resolutions are good, but not as effective as focusing on one thing for a whole year. As we...

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