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	In our first teaching series with Pastor Chuck, we engage six critical, biblical conversations that bring clarity to some priorities for life and leadership as we begin to walk together as a church.  In a sense, it carries the vibe of “DTR: define the relationship.”  As we step into this next chapter for our church - as we lean in to where God is leading... we want to be clear on what we do, where we’re going, why do we do what we do.
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	The theme of the Kingdom of God is vastly misunderstood and overlooked by the church. Yet, it was central to who Jesus was and is... prominent in His message and His mission.  Christ came to usher in God’s order and renew in humanity God’s rule.  We need to better identify ourselves with the Kingdom and participate in our everyday lives and everyday places the bringing of “Thy Kingdom come…on earth as it is in heaven.”
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	We have to choose to stand on the reliability of God’s Word, even as our culture increasingly drifts.  Today it’s all about living “your truth” with less convictions based on The Truth.  But our concern is not in light of our culture’s drifting - our concern is that <em>the people of God</em> are losing their confidence Scripture.  We will not be transformed without a routine relationship with God through His Word. So, we press in - we listen intently... we treasure God's Word and expect to hear from Him as we read it.
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	Faith would be easy if our life paths always made sense.  But we’ve all experienced enough “what the what's?!” to realize at the end of the day we can often get left with a shrug.  The bow doesn’t always get tied and the answer isn’t always supplied.  We will be people of faith, who press in and believe for big things.  But we will also be faithful people who choose to hang in there, love God and follow Him forward – no matter what! 
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	We are designed in the image of God who exists in perfect Community.  We cannot succeed long on our own.  We need a people…more than just a Sunday morning crowd and more than just our comfortable family circles.  We need a tribe that helps to define us, challenge us, and support us.   Finding our people isn’t always easy, it takes intention and determination.  There are often setbacks with every setup – but pressing through will deliver worthwhile benefits.
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	Prayer becomes the connection between supernatural solutions and natural circumstances.  We stress, worry and can’t see beyond the conditions we face in the natural.  The natural is where we live, and often how we operate.  But we have a supernatural God, who has expressed a willingness to step into our situations.  He is a miracle God, often left waiting to be invited into the space. Prayer is a medium of pressing into the spiritual realm and opening our need to supernatural solutions.
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	We can choose how to respond and what we put in the gap when we are disappointed by the breach between what is expected by someone and what is actually done.  God leverages our trust in those moments to shape our hearts to be more patient and caring.  God shapes us into the likeness of Christ and keeps us on the path of loving others for the long-haul.
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First Things First

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Prioritizing the Kingdom of God

· Chuck Angel

Biblical Authority

· Chuck Angel

Being Faithful People

· Chuck Angel

Community: Finding Your People

· Chuck Angel

Prayer and the Supernatural

· Chuck Angel

Trust vs Suspicion

· Chuck Angel