relationship

Deep Love

No one is interested in a shallow relationship, right? We don’t want to hover around the surface. We want to sink the roots of our relationship deep into love. We want to enjoy deeper connection and understanding. Deeper conversations and bonding. Deeper intimacy and passion. And that’s exactly what the Deep Love series can do.…

#itscomplicated – Relationships

Relationships are probably the most complicated and frustrating part of human life. They are usually the source of our deepest pain and regret as well as our greatest joy and fulfillment. Join us this Fall for a series of messages that may not solve all the issues but might help you chart a course to bring health…

Overwhelmed

Ladies’ Mid-Week Life Group Starting Wednesday, 1/7/2015, 6:30 pm Between financial struggles, family dynamics, health issues, and the typical problems of everyday life, it’s easy to feel weighed down and trapped by our circumstances. And it’s tempting to just throw in the towel and quit. Perry Noble has stood at the edge of the abyss…

Gods at War

Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm starting 11/12 [vimeo url=”http://vimeo.com/40604746″ title=”0″ fs=”0″ portrait=”0″ autoplay=”1″] There are gods at war within each of us. They battle for the throne of our hearts, and much is at stake. This is why idolatry is the most discussed problem in the entire Bible. Behind every sin struggle that you and I…

Follow – Amazingly Simple, Incredibly Hard

Following – how hard can that be? On the surface it sounds pretty straightforward. And following a person is amazingly simple. Simple enough for a child. But when the one you are following is Jesus it’s a different story. It may be simple but it is not easy. As a matter of fact it is incredibly hard. So…

How to Lose Your Best People

Patrick Lencioni shared a presentation at Willow Creek Association’s Global Leadership Summit from his book, The Three Signs of a Miserable Job: A Business Parable. Lencioni’s focus was on employees but the principles he sets out also apply to volunteers. This makes the implications of these observations critical for church leaders and pastors.  Patrick nailed…