Sweet Dreams: Financial Pressure

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It’s something we often say to our kids to wish them a good night’s sleep. But often our dreams aren’t so sweet and our sleep not so good. Over the next few weeks we’re going to explore some of the things that tend to keep us up at night and look at some practical ways from the Bible that can help us to keep from tossing and turning and have Sweet Dreams.

Due to technical issues there will be no audio message this week

Sweet Dreams: Fear Of Rejection

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It’s something we often say to our kids to wish them a good night’s sleep. But often our dreams aren’t so sweet and our sleep not so good. Over the next few weeks we’re going to explore some of the things that tend to keep us up at night and look at some practical ways from the Bible that can help us to keep from tossing and turning and have Sweet Dreams.

Due to technical issues there will be no audio message this week

Sweet Dreams: Guilt

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Sweet dreams … it’s something we often say to our kids to wish them a good night’s sleep. But often our dreams aren’t so sweet and our sleep not so good. Over the next few weeks we’re going to explore some of the things that tend to keep us up at night and look at some practical ways from the Bible that can help us to keep from tossing and turning and have Sweet Dreams.

Who Cares: Compassion Canada

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Who cares. Who cares! Who cares? We've all said the phrase in different ways. It can be a statement or a question. It can reflect a lack of concern or a genuine concern. And what does God care about? What's He really looking for? What makes Him smile? What does He want us to care about? Who does He want us to care for? That’s what we’ll be exploring.

https://www.compassion.ca/

Qwanoes Takeover

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Wild action and pure fun, sun-soaked days, friends, great food, and all in a spectacular setting. What makes a week at Qwanoes so special? They love kids! And they’re built from the ground up for kids to experience an unforgettable life-changing week. Today Qwanoes is here to share how together we can help send kids to camp so they can hear about the God who created them and loves them more than they could ever begin to imagine.

Attitude

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With 2019 right around the corner, it is a time where we reflect on the year behind and step into a new one. With the new year will come many things we can’t control like unexpected events, loss of employment, health or a loved one. But what if there is one thing we can control that has the power to change what happens next That’s what we’re going to explore today.



Light Wk 4

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You know that feeling when you walk from darkness into light? When you turn on the bathroom light first thing in the morning, when you step from a dark movie theatre into the sunshine?

It's uncomfortable at first because light totally invades and overwhelms darkness.

In reality there is no such thing as dark, only the absence of light. In the Bible, John describes Jesus as the light that shines in the darkness that cannot be overcome. Jesus described Himself as the light of the world. Could it be that the birth of Jesus was more than just a silent night, but an invasion of light and hope into a world suffering from the absence of light

*Due to technical reasons there will be no audio recording for this week

Light Wk 3

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You know that feeling when you walk from darkness into light? When you turn on the bathroom light first thing in the morning, when you step from a dark movie theatre into the sunshine?

It's uncomfortable at first because light totally invades and overwhelms darkness.

In reality there is no such thing as dark, only the absence of light. In the Bible, John describes Jesus as the light that shines in the darkness that cannot be overcome. Jesus described Himself as the light of the world. Could it be that the birth of Jesus was more than just a silent night, but an invasion of light and hope into a world suffering from the absence of light?


Light Wk 2

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You know that feeling when you walk from darkness into light? When you turn on the bathroom light first thing in the morning, when you step from a dark movie theatre into the sunshine?

It's uncomfortable at first because light totally invades and overwhelms darkness.

In reality there is no such thing as dark, only the absence of light. In the Bible, John describes Jesus as the light that shines in the darkness that cannot be overcome. Jesus described Himself as the light of the world. Could it be that the birth of Jesus was more than just a silent night, but an invasion of light and hope into a world suffering from the absence of light?


*Due to technical reasons there will be no audio recording for this week

Light

light1.jpg

You know that feeling when you walk from darkness into light? When you turn on the bathroom light first thing in the morning, when you step from a dark movie theater into the sunshine?

It's uncomfortable at first because light totally invades and overwhelms darkness.

In reality there is no such thing as dark, only the absence of light. In the Bible, John describes Jesus as the light that shines in the darkness that cannot be overcome. Jesus described Himself as the light of the world. Could it be that the birth of Jesus was more than just a silent night, but an invasion of light and hope into a world suffering from the absence of light?





It's Worth Asking 4

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All of us at some point face decisions that can affect the direction of our life. Decisions like: Should I buy this? Sell that? Should I say yes or no to her to him or to that new opportunity or job?

Or like the lyrics from the band the Clash say, Should I stay or should I go?

Sometimes what we decide can embarrass us, harm, scar us and leave us looking back in regret.

But what if there was something we could do that could help us avoid making regretful decisions?

What if that something was a simple question? A question that would clarify your best option for ninety percent of the decisions you make in life—a question that answers just about everything? That’s what we’ll be exploring in this series.

It's Worth Asking 3

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All of us at some point face decisions that can affect the direction of our life. Decisions like: Should I buy this? Sell that? Should I say yes or no to her to him or to that new opportunity or job?

Or like the lyrics from the band the Clash say, Should I stay or should I go?

Sometimes what we decide can embarrass us, harm, scar us and leave us looking back in regret.

But what if there was something we could do that could help us avoid making regretful decisions?

What if that something was a simple question? A question that would clarify your best option for ninety percent of the decisions you make in life—a question that answers just about everything? That’s what we’ll be exploring in this series.

It's Worth Asking 2

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All of us at some point face decisions that can affect the direction of our life. Decisions like: Should I buy this? Sell that? Should I say yes or no to her to him or to that new opportunity or job?

Or like the lyrics from the band the Clash say, Should I stay or should I go?

Sometimes what we decide can embarrass us, harm, scar us and leave us looking back in regret.

But what if there was something we could do that could help us avoid making regretful decisions?

What if that something was a simple question? A question that would clarify your best option for ninety percent of the decisions you make in life—a question that answers just about everything? That’s what we’ll be exploring in this series.

It’s Worth Asking

Its Worth Asking 1.jpg

All of us at some point face decisions that can affect the direction of our life. Decisions like: Should I buy this? Sell that? Should I say yes or no to her to him or to that new opportunity or job? Or like the lyrics from the band the Clash say, Should I stay or should I go?

Sometimes what we decide can embarrass us, harm, scar us and leave us looking back in regret.

But what if there was something we could do that could help us avoid making regretful decisions?

What if that something was a simple question? A question that would clarify your best option for ninety percent of the decisions you make in life—a question that answers just about everything? That’s what we’ll be exploring in this series.