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Embracing Vampires

Scripture: Matthew 22:15-22, They're among us: people who leave us drained, exhausted and unhappy. Sometimes we call them energy vampires, energy suckers or just unhappy, negative people. Whatever we call them they can wreak havoc on our lives if...


Fighting Your Full Moon

Scripture: Matthew 12:33-37, Sometimes the hardest monster to control is ourselves. We gossip at work, we act in destructive and hurtful ways at home and we hide behind the anonymity of social media posts. What if we learned to control our...


The Walking Dead

Scripture: Mark 10:46-52, "I lost track of time!" It happens to all of us: we forget what we are supposed to be doing or we find something more captivating than what we should be doing, and before we know it we have lost hours. When we allow the...


Dealing with Demons

Scripture: Mark 5:1-20, Some of the scariest monsters in our lives take up residence in our past. We've gotten so comfortable with them that we often don't notice when they take over. These are the monsters that fool us into thinking that escape...


From the Belly of a Fish

Scripture: Jonah 2, It's only when Jonah finds himself in the belly of a large fish that he cries out to God. He only got there because God could not stomach his disobedience. Join us as we look at our own places of waywardness and distress and...


Called to Ninevah

Scripture: Jonah 1:1-16, Jonah was called by God to do something he really did not want to do. He had been faithful to God up to this point, but now chose to run. What if the place that you most need to be is the place you least want to go? Find...



Scripture: Proverbs 11:9-13, Words are powerful. The words that we use can encourage someone or can, just as easily, break someone down. Choosing the right word can earn you lots of points, especially if it's communicated in the right way. This...



Scripture: Proverbs 28:10-14., Saying sorry is one of the most difficult things to do. To apologize is to admit that you are wrong or have wronged someone else in some way. Yet, apologizing is one of the greatest gifts that we can give to God...