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TRUTHiness

Webster's has now sanctioned truthiness with two definitions: "truth that comes from the gut, not books"; and, "the quality of preferring concepts or facts one wishes to be true, rather than concepts of facts known to be true".  The idea behind “truthiness” is that actual facts are irrelevant. What matters is how we feel since people, not reality, are the final arbiters of truth.

The Why:  In our culture, religion and morality have been relegated to the category of subjective preference rather than objective truth. Truth is considered less important than how something makes us feel.

How should we respond to this confusion? Should we stop proclaiming Jesus as the truth?

Is reality up for grabs? Is “truth” that which gets the most likes/shares on Facebook?

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Hard Candy

As you read through the teachings of Jesus, you’ll see that he said some harsh stuff. Severe stuff like “hate your parents” or “sell everything you own” or “gouge out your lustful eye.”  Not only are these sayings confusing, but they’re also hard to swallow.  Which is why we’re going to take 6 weeks to unwrap the hard sayings of Jesus in our new series, Hard Candy. 

Address The Mess

Each of us have been in, are in, or, are only one decision away from a mess.  And, the truth is, while each of our messes might be different — financial, academic, vocational, relational, just to name a few — the good news is that our messes actually bring us closer together.  In fact, your mess has the power to pull you closer to God.  So, join us as we take four weeks to Address The Mess and uncover its meaning in our lives.

Wait For It

We’re all waiting for something. For some “it”.

Christmas is a season of anticipation. Gifts will soon be opened. Family gatherings will soon take place. Galloping about will soon be put on hold. But then what? Will anything change?

The gifts under the tree…the gathering around the table…the break from galloping about…all good things. But the truth is, they’re not enough. We wait for something else. We wait for the day we can say, “My wait is over.”

Wishful thinking? We think not.