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The Rise of the Nones

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor Every now and then you encounter a book that catches you totally by surprise. I had this experience recently with a book called “The Rise of the Nones,” by James Emery White. During my study leave I read LOTS of books, and most of them I read rather quickly hoping to gain a nugget or two of fresh insights and then move on to the next one. That’s what I intended to do with this read. This book however, caused me to seriously pause and do some deep ref... Read More...

The Truth About Truth

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Monte Hunt - Worship Leader It really bothers me when people misspeak certain phrases in the wonderfully colorful language that is English. One that always gets to me is “I could care less.”  Contextually the way many people say this makes no sense. Here's a quick, hypothetical conversation to shed light on this egregiously, perpetually, inadequately, and unfortunately misspoken phrase:

Dead Ends

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Kevin Larter – Junior High Pastor, Gilbert campus The first computer game I ever played was called Colossal Cave Adventure. It was the mid to late ‘80’s and my family had an IBM computer—complete with floppy disks and DOS and all of about 4 colors for the graphics on the screen. Colossal Cave Adventure was a text-only game that allowed you to explore a cave looking for treasure. Along the way you encountered angry dwarves, a thieving pirate, and even a dragon. My grandpa playe... Read More...

The Tip of the Volcano

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Scott Jones - Gilbert Campus Pastor This summer our family took an incredible trip to Costa Rica. It was somewhat of a gift for my daughter Morgan who graduated from high school and always wanted to go to the rain forest. As I was planning the trip I noticed there was quite a variety of topography, places to go and things to see. Of course there was the Rain Forest, beautiful beaches and lots of wildlife. But when I discovered there was a volcano I knew that was one thing that... Read More...

I am the Resurrection and the Life

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator This weekend we continued our summer LEGO series, "1x8" with a message by Paul Carpenter. In today's message, we looked at the sixth "I Am" statement by Jesus. Reading from John 11, Paul talked about the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead, but before Jesus performed this incredible miracle He made the statement, "I am the resurrection and the life." He then proceeded to amaze the crowd of by doing the unthinkable and rais... Read More...

SERIOUSLY?!?

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor Well Central, you’ve really done it this time! Actually, you’ve done it again. I’m speechless. What kind of church does this kind of thing?

Bumps In The Road

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Adrian Darsee - Worship Pastor If you are like me there are things that you like to keep under control. Well...at least thats what we think we are doing. We have all been faced with challenges big or small that seem unnecessary. In fact, some things can ruin your day. When your car dies, your credit card number is stolen, your email is hacked, flat tires, AC goes out...etc. All of these things just happen with little to no warning. The question is how do we deal with these thi... Read More...

What would do for a Klondike Bar?

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Jon Moton - Lead Pastor Student Ministries I will never forget the song nor will I forget the gestures in the commercials. Will you act like a monkey for a Klondike Bar? Will you bark like a dog? The commercials are hilarious. What if I told you that the commercials are admirable? I respect the fact that someone would go to any extent to get what they want - even if it is crazy and embarrassing. They do it because it is important. As a Christ follower what would I do ... Read More...

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