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Tear Down the Walls

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Monte Hunt - Worship Leader Have you ever made something? Made it, and then shown it to your family and friends? Stood in front of your school, or your colleagues at work and presented it? That can be one of the most exciting, yet terrifying moments in life!

Broken Ego

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Keaton Smith - High School Pastor, Gilbert campus Backpack? Check. Tires pumped? Check.  Extra Tubes? Check.  Water? Check.  With all preparations made, I loaded my brand new Full Suspension Mountain bike into the back of my truck.  With a kiss on the cheek, my wife looked at me with “the look”.   As if I would do something incredibly stupid… I mean, come on. “Honey, I’ll be fine.” I said.  Little did I know.

Have I done enough?

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Perry Emerick - Mesa Campus Pastor So this past weekend during the invitation time, a gentleman came up to me and asked me one of those questions that I actually love to hear. He asked, "How do I know if I am doing enough?" The inference was to be right with God; to make it to heaven. This is the age old question that so many people wonder in the back of their minds. Often is it during some point of existential thought or consideration. Maybe it is when faced with mortality, e... Read More...

The Fullness of Emptiness

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Alex Enabnit - Programming Coordinator Happy Easter! This weekend we celebrated two significant events: the close of our two-year series through the book of Luke and, most importantly, the resurrection of Jesus. I hope you got the opportunity to come to one of our 17 services this year because they were fantastic! In the sermon, Cal talked about the disciples' disappointment with Jesus' crucifixion that Friday. There they were, expecting a conquering messiah, only to be... Read More...

You Discovered What?

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Cal Jernigan - Senior Pastor X marks the spot! Whether it’s the story of Treasure Island, the legend of the Lost Dutchman, or the promise of a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, the idea of buried treasure simply fascinates us. Give us a treasure map, a legend, or a hot lead and we are off in pursuit of that which is hidden from sight. Yet it would be easy to reach the conclusion that all the real treasures, all the great discoveries and magnificent finds have already ... Read More...

Easter 2014

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Adrian Darsee - Worship Pastor Easter weekend has finally arrived! In the spirit of fun I recorded this video this past week to give you a little behind the scenes look during our dress rehearsal. I have to say I love our Central Music team! They are an absolute joy to work with and I could not ask for a better group of people to do ministry with! Press play and enjoy!  

Well, It’s Over

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Kevin Larter - Junior High Pastor, Gilbert campus "Well, it's over." My dad. Always the attempt at humorous pessimism. The problem is, he's usually right. It's known amongst my friends and family as "Lartering It". It happens when, in a game we are watching, the opposing team scores first and early in the game. My dad throws out his famous quote. He's joking of course. There is plenty of time for our team to recover. Like 95% of the game left. But for some reason, my dad is al... Read More...

Be Careful What You Ask for.

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Scott Jones - Gilbert Campus Pastor If you're a parent then you've heard this question at least once in your life. "Would you do something for me?" Now no intelligent person ever responds to that question with an unqualified "Yes." And if you ever have you could tell stories about how badly that may have ended. But the reality is often times people ask us for things without taking into consideration whether it is truly good for them or not. Sometimes we just want what we... Read More...

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