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#Goals

More than ever we express our lives through “perfect pictures” and “meaningful hashtags.” Behind it all, the imposter syndrome lurks to reveal the ugly truth that not much in life is perfect or full of meaning. Join us as we pull back the façade and expose the truth as we pursue the only goal that can truly satisfy: a life fully devoted to Jesus Christ.

No Turning Back

One of the great aspects of the Bible is that the people in it, are just that: people. They are flawed and imperfect, not the fictional “superheroes” that dominate today’s culture. These real people, with real problems had one important thing in common: an unwavering determination to live out the life to which God called them; regardless of circumstance and heartache. They lived by the motto “No Turning Back.” They are the heroes worth studying.

Unoffendable

Here’s a radical suggestion: What if Christians were the most unoffendable people on the planet? Could it be that giving up our right to be angry over every and any offense could be our greatest witness of the power of Jesus Christ in our lives? Join us as we spend three weeks finding out.

The Art Of Worship

God created us to worship. The ability and desire to worship resides in each human being. But true worship is more than singing hymns or praise songs. We are called to worship with our every breath, every word, every thought and every deed. As fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ, our calling is to embrace the Art Of Worship.

In Real Life

1 Peter contains some of the most comforting words in Scripture. It also contains some of the most challenging words. And, Chapter 3 contains some of the most controversial words. For the next six weeks are going to take an unvarnished, honest look at what the Bible teaches about what happens In Real Life.

Beautiful

A betrayal, a denial, an execution, a tomb. Each on their own, things to be reviled, rejected and despised. And yet, put them together and through Christ they are beautiful. This Easter, together let’s be reminded, regardless of our past, through Christ we all can be beautiful.

Grounded

Grounded – to a teen it means you can’t go out. To a pilot it means you can’t take off. To a Christian grounded means, regardless of circumstance, we continue in our faith, established and firm, never moving from the hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. As we turn our attention towards the Book of 1 Peter, our goal is just that – to get grounded.

Essentials

No other New Testament book challenges God’s people to live like God’s people the way the book of James does. Yet amidst all the practical wisdom, James makes one thing crystal clear: a life for Christ is not just a private, personal endeavor. True living for Christ is done in community, too – it’s the Church learning how to be the Church. And that’s more than just a nice idea. It’s essential.

Because You Asked

Everybody comes to Church with questions, but how often do you get to ask them? In this series, you pick the subject and we respond. Based on your input from our Easter survey, our Chesapeake Teaching Team will preach to answer questions because you asked. This is a great series to invite your friends to Church!

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