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Emily Teterud - CLI Worship Intern After digging through my room for my duffel bag, I shook it open and placed it on my bed. Next, I began to eye the pile of clothes intended to fit neatly inside. I quickly learned a couple things: I need to clean my room so finding my duffel isn’t so difficult in the future, and I need to condense my clothing options. It wasn’t going to fit in the duffel bag. I’m just going to openly admit it—I am an over-packer.

Jesus Stopped

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Steve Brines – Ahwatukee Campus Student Pastor I recently had the opportunity to travel with a team from the church to Northeast Africa for nine days. The objectives of this trip were: to learn about the region and culture, to engage with nationals in a way that helps change the negative views they may have of Americans, to be an encouragement to those we meet.

You NEVER said that!

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Perry Emerick - Mesa Campus Pastor As I have gotten older, one of the things I have noticed is that my hearing is not quite as good as it used to me. I often find myself repeatedly saying “What?” when my wife or my children say things to me. It isn’t that I don’t want to hear it or am trying to have selective hearing as men are often accused of having. It’s just that I have to work harder to accurately hear what other people are saying. I guess to many years of rock and roll are... Read More...

The Power of Community

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator Have you ever been alone in the midst of your "Plan B"? This weekend, Cal talked about how to get help from the community when you need it the most.

What Time is it?

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor The following is one of the most poetic, insightful and instructive passages in the entire Bible. I want to encourage you to read these words slowly and thoughtfully.

Know the Enemy

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Monte Hunt - Worship Leader It is said the first step to defeating an enemy is knowing the enemy. Where are they coming from? What do they want? What resources do they have? What is their end game? These are all pertinent questions for which to have answers. So today I’d like to address the enemy:

The Top 10 Ways…

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Bri Johns - Student Pastor, Programming Director Have you ever noticed that as Americans we hate to need? It’s uncomfortable. When we have a need our first response is often, how can I remedy this so I don’t feel empty or anxious anymore? Do I need to add something to the shopping or to-do list? How can I Google search this for answers? Who should I call to make me feel better? What can I add or subtract from my life? Bloggers are making a killing right now just by adding ... Read More...

Living Up to Your Name

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Scott Jones - Gilbert Campus Pastor My son Noah loves his Xbox. Used to love his Xbox 360 but that is "so yesterday" since he got his Xbox One for Christmas. He's pretty good at gaming. The game that has captured him right now is something called "Destiny." Some of you don't have a clue what I'm talking about but others are nodding your head in solidarity. The other day he was playing this game and I decided to try my hand at it. 

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