Recap & Reminders 2016 July 20

Last Sunday in The Link we continued the Visitor’s Series entitled “Growing Deeper with Others.” Our guest speaker Joe Everett helped unpack the message The Lost Gift of Friendhsip.  If you missed this past Sunday’s message in and want to stay connected, check us out HERE. This coming Sunday we continue Growing Deeper with Others: THE ART OF

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Recap & Reminders 2016 July 14

Last Sunday in The Link we started our 1st ever Visitor’s Series entitled “Growing Deeper with Others.” Our guest speaker Emmanuel Gergis helped unpack the message Trinity: Being in Love with the Other.  If you missed this past Sunday’s message in The Link and want to stay connected, check us out HERE. This

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Recap & Reminders 2016 July 6

Last Sunday in the Link we concluded our series entitled Set Free, in which we discussed the message DEALING WITH EXTREME CIRCUMSTANCES. Breakout Group Questions (from last Sunday) How would you advise someone to respond if they found themselves in one of the following situations? i. Confronting a Liar ii. Responding

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Recap & Reminders 2016 June 23

This coming Sunday, we will resume with our normal schedule of Liturgy followed by coffee break and the Link. The Sunday’s message in the Link, Part 3 from our series “Set Free,” is entitled “Growing through Collaboration, Conflict, Council, & Consensus.” Discussion Questions for upcoming Sunday  Here are a couple of questions

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Recap & Reminders 2016 June 15

Last Sunday in the Link we continued with Part 2 of our series “Set Free” with a message entitled “Free to Give What You Have Received.”  Here are a couple of questions we will start with this Sunday in the Link during our breakout session: 1. When was the last time you

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Recap & Reminders 2016 June 8

Last Sunday in the Link we started a new series entitled Set Free, in which we began to explore the early days of St. Paul’s conversion.  Here are the two questions we discussed during breakout groups: 1. How has your upbringing uniquely prepared you to serve God? 2. How can a personal encounter

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