Jun 17, 2018
Mature Life
Series: Turning 21
This Sunday is Fathers’ Day. We are to honor and give God thanks for your human fathers and for how they have shaped and influenced us in good and healthy ways. In worship, we will also turn to our Heavenly Father and learn how He wants to shape and mold us into what He intends for us to be. This is holiness. This week we will see this means inner maturity of our hearts affecting our outward maturity in how we relate to others. It’s a holistic deal!
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  • Jun 17, 2018Mature Life
    Jun 17, 2018
    Mature Life
    Series: Turning 21
    This Sunday is Fathers’ Day. We are to honor and give God thanks for your human fathers and for how they have shaped and influenced us in good and healthy ways. In worship, we will also turn to our Heavenly Father and learn how He wants to shape and mold us into what He intends for us to be. This is holiness. This week we will see this means inner maturity of our hearts affecting our outward maturity in how we relate to others. It’s a holistic deal!
  • Jun 10, 2018Turning 21 with Wesley – Mature Heart
    Jun 10, 2018
    Turning 21 with Wesley – Mature Heart
    Series: Turning 21
    Growing up into a mature Jesus follower is hard work. And it takes time! We have to work at it. We have particular problems with what we say, or as the Bible say, “what comes out of our mouths.” This Sunday we’re targeting the maturing of our hearts, for out of our mouths, the heart speaks! Oh yeah, and our money, too!
     
  • Jun 3, 2018Turning 21 with Wesley: “Mature Character”
    Jun 3, 2018
    Turning 21 with Wesley: “Mature Character”
    Series: Turning 21
     
  • May 27, 2018Turning 21 with Wesley: 21 Questions to Christian Maturity
    May 27, 2018
    Turning 21 with Wesley: 21 Questions to Christian Maturity
    Series: Turning 21
    We’ve read through 1 John together, and we’ve heard the calling to holiness. Holiness is essentially becoming a mature Christian. This Sunday we begin our next series, “Turning 21 with Wesley.” Over the next 21 days, we’ll ask ourselves 21 different questions that John Wesley first asked the early Methodists to help them grow into maturity. It’s time to grow up. It’s time to become mature. It’s time to “turn 21” as Christians!