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I Believe in Leadership

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor I was asked recently why I am so passionate about getting people to attend the Global Leadership Summit. The answer to that question is amazingly simple: Because I believe in leadership! I believe in leadership! Listed below are twelve core beliefs I hold regarding leadership: I believe… leadership is first and foremost about character and example. It is a privilege to lead and the best leaders have earned the right to lead others. Jesus was th... Read More...

The Good, the Bad, and the Forgiven

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Monte Hunt - Worship Leader The subject of philosophy is one I greatly enjoy. It has fascinated and kept me enthralled for much of my adult life. And though I am no expert (far from it, in fact) I will now share a few musings that will hopefully inspire you to have some of your own. People are often quite good at labeling an idea as a measurable, or even tangible thing, when in fact it is not a thing at all, but rather an idea that is dependent upon the existence of som... Read More...

Where’s My Happily Ever After?

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Josh Wilson - Glendale Student Pastor I don’t know about you but I just love the movies. I worked for Hollywood Video back when there were actually movie rental stores and the best perk I had was free unlimited rentals. During the two years I worked there I must have watched hundreds of different movies. Movies ranging from documentaries, action films, comedies, kids movies, and even a handful of chick flicks

I Never Thought

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Aaron Pennington - Queen Creek Campus Pastor As a pastor I often find myself across a table from a couple who are looking for counsel, advice, and ultimately hope for their relationship. Things have not gone the way they expected, passions have faded, and often times life has dealt a hand they were not prepared for. There are a number of ways I will encourage and counsel a couple in these moments, but there is one specific statement that I fall back on every time, regardless o... Read More...

The Hour of Darkness

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator This weekend we jumped back into The Story with a heavy chapter - The Hour of Darkness.

On Being a Critic

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor I was reminded the other day of a great story regarding criticism. No one is immune from criticism and each of us needs to learn effective ways of coping with it. Part of what makes criticism maddening is that we often can’t find a way to please our critics.

This Blog Needs YOUR Help!

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator What’s up with the weather lately? Last week it was cold and rainy for a few days and now it’s warm again, but not Phoenix warm – especially considering that it’s May! Don’t misread me; I’m definitely not complaining. I love being able to walk outside without melting into the sidewalk. It’s just that it seems like we’ve been in this weird, between-spring-and-summer season for a while now. Perhaps this is just my native Arizonan coming... Read More...

The Power of Hope

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Steve Brines - Ahwatukee Student Pastor I am an NBA fan.  More specifically, I am a fan of the Phoenix Suns.  A huge fan.  In case you aren't aware, these are tough times for Suns fans as the team has failed to reach the playoffs for the past five seasons.  And when the playoffs roll around, the disappointment I feel is usually pretty great.  But then comes the Draft Lottery, and with it the hope that the Suns would have one of their ping pong balls chosen to get the top p... Read More...

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