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The Art of Neighboring

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator Before jumping right into the story, this weekend we got the opportunity to hear the Gilbert Campus Pastor, Scott Jones, challenge us all about becoming better neighbors. I'm not sure what you think of when you hear the word "neighbor," but Scott specifically talked about our physical next-door neighbors and how we can better share the love of Christ with them.

If I Were God

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor Contemplate the following two questions: Would you ever intentionally keep someone out of heaven if you had the ability to admit them? Would you ever resent God for forgiving and admitting someone you would send to hell if you had the ability to do so?

Strengths vs. Weaknesses

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Monte Hunt - Worship Leader We all have strengths and weaknesses within our own character. I have always known that my strength lies in service and encouragement: that's me. And as with most people who are like me, my weakness lies in being bold, assertive, and unapologetically truthful.

The Bible is Boring???

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Kevin Larter – Junior High Pastor, Gilbert campus As I’m sure you know by now, we are beginning a nearly year-long journey through The Story very soon. I’m excited about this for several reasons, but the number one reason is that the whole family gets to experience it. Adults, students, and kids—everyone will journey through The Story together. This past Sunday in our Junior High services I got to talk about The Story, and why it is so important to read, know, and live the ... Read More...

I Watched Van Gogh Paint the Neighborhood

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Dean Kuest - Glendale Campus Pastor I am currently reading, along with most of our staff and life group leaders, a book entitled, “The Art of Neighboring” by Jay Pathak. I hope that it is a book that goes viral at Central and that hundreds of you will read it. It challenges those of us who follow Jesus to develop the art of building genuine relationships with those who live in our neighborhoods as we seek to point people to the God who has changed our lives. If being a nei... Read More...

The Story Launch

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator This weekend we had the special privilege of having Randy Frazee speak at Central to kick off our 31 week journey through The Story. Randy is the senior pastor of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio and, with Max Lucado, compiled The Story.

Fear and Slurpees

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Jeremy Jernigan - Executive Pastor (Creative Arts/Students) It's been a crazy few weeks for me. If you read Cal's email last week you know that we've made some changes in our Student Ministry. Specifically, I've offered to oversee it and help to create the same culture in Student Ministry that I've poured into Creative Arts the last few years (I'll still be overseeing Creative Arts and preaching in the rotation). I've been overwhelmed by the positive comments I've received fro... Read More...

Time Will Tell

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor In my quiet time recently I found myself once again reading the fascinating book of the Bible called Esther. Esther was a Jewish woman who was made Queen by the famous Persian King, Xerxes. It’s an intriguing story filled with twists and turns, plots and subplots. As you read the narrative it appears wickedness is once again going to win and evil is going to triumph. As the suspense builds, so does the sense that the villain is actually going to get ... Read More...

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