"Preparing for the Promise" - Tim Mannin

Many of us find ourselves wandering in life and unsure of God’s plan and our future. So, what is it that prepared Joshua to step into the promise after 40 yeas of wandering? He was encouraged to be strong and courageous, but it took more than just that. Often before we experience the promise we walk through God’s intentional preparation. (Joshua 1:1-11)

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"He Changes Everything About Everything" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 52) In this last message of our 52 week series on Jesus, we reflect back on how He has impacted us, how He has increased our faith, and where we go from here. He has raised the temperature of our faith and shown us miraculous things, and this should fuel our desire to do whatever it takes to press in and experience the breakthrough. (Isaiah 61:1-3)

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"Marked By Love" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 51) This morning’s message is a powerful call to action and a reminder of the love that Jesus has for us. The breakthrough that we experience with God isn’t intended to be a single moment, but instead, it is intended to be the new normal. We have been called to make the ceiling of our faith, the new floor. The boundaries of our faith is changing and we are being called to more. (Mark 12:28, Matt. 10:37, Isaiah 43:19, Ps. 34:1, Eph. 3:17, Duet. 30:19-20, Rom. 12:2)

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"It isn't Done Yet" - Kaleb Kinney

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 50) We must not sit and wait for the mission of God to advance, we must pick ourselves up and get to work. If the people we read about in the Bible can advance the gospel to the ends of the earth, surely we can tell our next door neighbors. Let’s get to work, the mission isn’t over yet. (Acts 1, Joshua 1:1, Deut. 34:10-12, 2 Kings 2:7-15)

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"Dying to Live" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 48) On this palm Sunday, we reflect on what it meant for Jesus to take the cross for us, what He experienced in those moments, and how it shook the world forever. In His death, there is life. In our city, in our daily life… are we dying to the things that Christ died for? (Matt. 21:1-11, 27:11-54, 7:13, John 10:10, 6:63, Romans 8:6-11)

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"A Day With: Session Two" - Shane Farmer

Our “A Day With” gathering is for ministry leaders from different churches and ministries to have a day with one another in order to connect, be encouraged, and grow together. We are excited to welcome guest speaker and lead pastor of Cherry Hills Community Church, Shane Farmer, to lead us this morning. In session two, Shane teaches on humility. What is the difference between humility and weakness? What does humility look like from a place of leadership and how is God calling you to humble yourself? (2 Cor. 12:9)

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"A Day With: Session One" - Shane Farmer

Our “A Day With” gathering is for ministry leaders from different churches and ministries to have a day with one another in order to connect, be encouraged, and grow together. We are excited to welcome guest speaker and lead pastor of Cherry Hills Community Church, Shane Farmer, to lead us this morning. In Session one, Shane teaches on what it looks like to be aware of our need, ask for our need, and be expectant for God to move on our behalf. What is the direct route of answer to our prayers and are we leading from a place of disappointment? (2 Kings 5)

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"House of Prayer" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 45) As we enter into a new season of 24/7 prayer, we make practical steps for how we should pray, but also why we should pray. Our life and the life of The Church has not had enough prayer in it and it is time to saturate ourselves in prayer for the glory of God and to see a movement of His Spirit take place. (Mark 11, Heb. 10:11-22, Acts 1:12-14) 

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"Jesus Loves Parties" - Tim & Christie Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 44) This morning we discuss the example of hospitality and acceptance that Jesus showed through grace, love, and generosity. Are we living out our lives in this way? Are we radically inclusive to all that we share our lives with? Are we feeling the conviction of building and creating community the way Jesus did? (John 2, Matt. 9:10-13, 25:35-36, Luke 14:12-14, 19:5, Mark 12:30-31)

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"Acknowledging Jesus" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 43) We are asking and praying for our community to receive an increased measure of faith. That only comes through Repentance, Transformation, and Testimonies. Are we publicly proclaiming our faith? Jesus doesn’t want to be celebrated in the temple but silently carried through the marketplace. (Luke 12:8-10, 8:42-48, Matt. 10:32-33, Acts 8:36-38, 4:18-20, Proverbs 3:5-6)

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"Bringing Life" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 42) Jesus commissions his people to go and do what He did, to make disciples. We can’t pray for more mighty works of God without actually doing what Jesus has called us to do. We must pay attention to our life and realize that the people and places that we intersect with everyday are brimming with potential to bring life to our city. (Luke 4:43, Luke 10, Matt. 28:18-20, 2 Cor. 6:11-13)

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"Called Up" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 41) Jesus doesn’t focus on our failures and isn’t content with where we are. He is calling everyone of us into something more. He changes everything about everything and for many of us, we are too afraid to answer the call because we know our life will change. (Matt. 26:33-53, 70-74, John 21)

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"The Work" - Tim Mannin

Jesus. He changed everything about everything (Week 40) Jesus leads us to engage with him in the work of prayer, the work of the Spirit, the work of the Church, and the work of joy. We join this work by leaning into what God is doing and faithfully fixing our eyes on Jesus. We must ready ourselves for a new work in us, around us, and through us. (Eph 4:11-13, Rom 14:17-18, Hebrews 12:2-11)

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