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Which Way do You Lean?

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor What is it that everybody knows about you, but you? This past week we held our all staff retreat and we were treated to a seminar on the subject of Emotional Intelligence by our very own Kevin Sieling. Most of us understand the concept of our IQ’s, but not so many our EQ’s. Our IQ is the measure of our intellectual capacity. Our EQ represents our Emotional Quotient, which is a measurement of how much awareness and control we possess in dealing with ... Read More...

Rice Pilaf

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Steve Mass - Worship Leader I enjoy cooking. I'm no Monte Hunt, but I can hang in the kitchen with the best of 'em. In our house, one of our go to sides with our dinners is some sort of rice. Wild Rice, Brown Rice, and in this instance, Rice Pilaf was our rice of choice. If you didn’t know this, most every prepackaged meal comes with instructions for cooking. Now, I’ve cooked rice pilaf before, but I neglected to notice that this time around we picked up a “Family Size” box wh... Read More...

Shining Your Light

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Josh Wilson - Glendale Student Pastor I am so excited for summer to get here! I know you don’t hear that much from people in Phoenix, but I genuinely cannot wait for summer to arrive. First, because I don’t mind the heat (I mean there’s pools everywhere to jump in to), but mainly because I love how the sun shines from early in the morning till late at night. There’s nothing like waking up at 6am with the suns rays beaming through your curtains, filling your whole room and ... Read More...

Relational Leftovers

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Perry Emerick - Mesa Campus Pastor Snap quiz…who gets the very best of you? Who is your greatest priority and receives the best of your attention, efforts, focus and sacrifice? I’m sure what you want to say with all integrity is that those who get the best of you are God, Family, friends and work in that order. But is that really true? Perhaps for a few, they are able to do this. More than likely though, we are all guilty of giving our best efforts and finest work and attention ... Read More...

The Return Home

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator This weekend we continued The Story with Chapter 19, The Return Home.

Unbroken?

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor Like so many people, I loved reading the book Unbroken. If you haven’t read it, I strongly encourage you do to so. It’s the unbelievable story of the life and times of Louis Zamperini. It will hold you spellbound. The movie simply doesn’t do the story of this man’s life justice. But here’s something of which I can’t help but marvel. Can you imagine living a life that is so interesting and so significant that just before you died Hollywood deci... Read More...

Should Not – Need Not

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Monte Hunt - Worship Leader “Will I have to change my lifestyle and follow a bunch of new rules?” Quite often this is the most common real life question, among others, that people ask when they are considering becoming a follower of Jesus. And it’s a fair question to ask. After all, who really likes to change? It is certainly not what motivates me to rise and shine in the morning.

Commit to the Process

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Nathan Del Turco - Student Ministries Worship Pastor So often in life we look to the big moments to teach us something profound. What I've found however, is that life's biggest and most formative lessons are learned in the everyday. The mundane.

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