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New Series: Listen Up

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We believe in a God who speaks and listens; a God who is interested in conversation with us. But what about the times when he seems silent? How do we even know what his voice sounds like? And how do we break through all the static to hear him? In this series we discover the ways we can cultivate a listening life.

Our new series Listen Up starts this weekend, January 25-26.
Join us on Saturday at 5 or Sunday at 9 or 11!

Gathering Groups will also be starting the following Wednesday (Jan 29), where you can discuss the sermons each week in a setting of sharing, learning, and growing together. Gathering Groups are part of our Wednesday Together evenings, and are open to anyone interested in joining!

2 thoughts on “New Series: Listen Up

    Anabella says: Thursday January 23, 2020 at 8:05 am

    I LOVE YOU IN CHRIST. THANK YOU FOR BEING THE VOICE AND HANDS OF THE LORD IN OUR COMMUNITIES INCLUDING SEMINOLE, FLORIDA

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    Tony says: Sunday January 26, 2020 at 7:55 am

    Greg, Cruxifiction of the Warrior God and Imperfect Inspiration has given me the answers (in my opinion) to the hundreds of questions I have wrestled with for over 10 years. My youngest son rejected the authority of the Bible 15 years ago, and now I have the loving answers that I pray will allow him to see the beautiful and ugly cross that presents the love God has for him. Thank you is never enough, be blessed beyond measure. My grandfather was from the Pennsylvania area, he died when my Dad was 10, but we may be about 3rd cousins or so. We do tend to struggle with the same issues.

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