Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor We’ve all heard the expression, “Perception is reality.” The idea behind this is whatever people think something “is,” therefore it actually “is.” Control the perception and you control the conclusions that people reach. While this thinking is extremely common and even smacks of logic, it simply isn’t true. Despite what […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. You seriously have got to be kidding me. Who in their right mind would think this way? Three weeks? Only three weeks? Why only three weeks? Yet three weeks was clearly all the time they had.

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor What is the next big thing in your life that you are anxious to get to? What upcoming event can you hardly wait for? What is it about today are you just enduring until you can get past it? If you are like most of us some things will pop […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor What would it feel like to be treated as an absolute nobody? A persona non-grata? A person who, no matter what, nothing you did mattered? I think it is truly hard for most of us to relate to this, but…

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor I am excited for our church experience this coming weekend! In all of our services we are going to discuss the issue of unity. In Philippians, Paul states that few things bring him greater joy than when the church is united. When a church is united, great things happen! Lives […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor I was recently speaking at a funeral in which I said, “As you can tell the size of a ship by the size of its wake, you can tell the size of person by the size of the wake their life makes.” While the idea of this is certainly not […]

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor It happened again today. This time it occurred in Florida. Who knows where it will happen next time.

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Cal Jernigan – Senior Pastor Years ago, Burger King launched an ad campaign that included the tag line, “Have it your way!” The emphasis was on their desire to help you “personalize” your hamburger. Accompanied by a catchy tune and lyrics, the point they were making was why suffer through the trauma of having to […]

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