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He’s the One

From Icon Church in Seattle, WA Description:  We live in a world that constantly makes claims on our attention and pleas for our loyalty. Whether it is political or cultural leaders aiming to convince us of their ability to satisfy our needs or media companies vowing to make us feel connected and important, we are inundated with false promises. The Gospel of John offers us an alternative. Over and over, John tells us that Jesus is the One that we need, the one who tells us who we are and gives us what we need. He is the One who

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Rhythms of the Soul

From Christ Community Church in Chicago, IL Description:  Your environment and routine is shaping who you are becoming. Are you okay with who it is making you into? Slow down, breathe deeper, and learn to live in step with the rhythm of God’s grace.

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Stories Jesus Told

From New City Church in Charlotte, NC Description:  In this series, we will spend time with the parables of Jesus we read throughout the Gospels.

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Fences

From Victory Church in Atlanta, GA Description:  We’ve all seen a fence surrounding a playground next to a busy street. The children playing have the liberty to explore without any fear or danger of crossing the line… Fences are boundaries set up to protect us. They set limits that allow us and others to find the rhythm and rest God always intended. When it comes to work, relationships, and navigating all that our lives encompass, He wants to liberate us to walk in His peace and flow with the Holy Spirit. Only then can God’s greatness be emancipated in and

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Unwavering

From Crossings Community Church in Oklahoma City, OK Description:  How can we make sense of hardship, suffering, and situations beyond our understanding? Even though they may not seem like it at the time, trials can be gifts–they allow us to truly trust God and lean on him. We can look to Job in the Bible for an example of how to trust God in the midst of difficult circumstances. As Job’s story reminds us, on the other side of the trials we face is a life we could never have imagined–and a life only possible through God. This April, Senior

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Be Present

From Ministry Pass Description:  This one-week message explores the importance of turning off distractions in life and being present with what God is doing in this world.

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The River Wild

From Fresh Life Church in Kalispell, MT Description:  A river runs through the entire story of God’s plan to redeem creation — beginning to end, and right in the pivotal middle. If we follow the water, we find our origin story.

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Uncommon

From Anchor Point Church in Foley, AL Description:  There is so much potential in you! Living an UNCOMMON life starts with growing an UNCOMMON faith.

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Redacted

From Hope Fellowship in Frisco, TX Description:  Let’s be real: there are things in the Bible that are difficult to understand. Sometimes we don’t want to change things about ourselves, so we avoid passages that challenge us. Other times, what we read feels really confusing or hard to understand. In “Redacted” we answer some of the most pressing questions you may – or may not – want to answer.

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Batman & Bonus Fries

From Round Rock Church of Christ in Round Rock, TX Description:  Normally, we do all we can to avoid thinking about dying. But what if thinking about death actually gave your more life? What if it encouraged you to be grateful for what is right in front of you?

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The Art of Being Unordinary

From Markle Church of Christ in Markle, IN Description:  “Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world…” The call on the life of the Jesus-follower is to live an unordinary life. So, what does that look like?

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Grace Upon Grace

From Ministry Pass Description:  This one-week series explores the incarnation of Jesus through analyzing the first portions of John’s Gospel. God is not a force, principle, therapeutic genie, or good vibe. God is shown fully in the incarnation of Jesus. Real God, real history, real human being, real redemption.

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