Sermon Series
  • 1. Less Is More

    Contributed on Jan 6, 2008
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    Sometimes instead of chasing more, we need to focus in on less (and Christ) to get what we really want.

    This week we start a new series called “A Contrarian’s Guide to finding the new you.” It’s built around the idea that we all want to change - we all have resolutions and things we want to do differently this year, but most of our stuff all sounds the same - (Get crowd response) Lose Weight, eat more

  • 2. Hurry Up And Slow Down

    Contributed on Jan 14, 2008
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    This is the second message in a series called "A contrarian’s guide to finding the new you." It looks at how rather than speeding up to accomplish our goals, maybe we should slow down.

    This is the second in a series of messages we are calling “A Contrarian’s Guide to finding the New You.” Each week we’re looking at issues that are a bit different that your typical resolution list. In fact, this week, we are going to contrary to what you are probably doing in a lot of areas of more

  • 3. Living For A Higher Calling Than Me

    Contributed on Jan 27, 2008

    This is the third message in the Contrarian’s Guide series. This week we look at idols, and how as odd as it sounds, if we are not careful our idol becomes "me."

    This is our third message in our contrarian series - we’ve been looking at things from a little different perspective, or vantage point. Last week we talked about slowing down - rather than speeding through life, maybe if we slowed down we could learn to hear God. The week before that we talked more

  • 4. Stop Snorkeling And Learn To Scuba Dive

    Contributed on Jan 27, 2008
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    This is the final message in our Contrarian’s guide series. It’s all about learning to go deep with God.

    For the past few weeks we’ve been looking at stuff that goes contrary to popular opinion. Things like less instead of more, and living for more than me as number one, and how to slow down instead of hurry. It’s been a fun series for me personally, because I think I fall victim to the normal, the more