Kate Hansen – Queen Creek Student Pastor “Kate, you know you would be pretty if you tried.”

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Alex Enabnit – Research Editor Happy Father’s Day! To celebrate our dads this weekend, we welcomed a good friend of Central, Mike Baker, to deliver the message.

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Cassandra Moton – Children’s Programming Pastor I was lucky enough to have been asked to lead a trip to Israel/Palestine this last April. It was my second time going, and it was just as incredible the second time around. Walking where Jesus walked, where He met His disciples, where He grew up, where He healed hearts […]

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Alex Enabnit – Research Editor Continuing “At the Movies,” this weekend Bri Johns preached her message on one of the best summer movies ever: The Sandlot!

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Matt Nutter – Director of Global Outreach Recently, our life group has been studying the book of John. In our efforts to grow deeper in love with Jesus, we have each been identifying parts of the story that really grab our attention about Jesus. We call them WIMAY (What Intrigues Me About You) statements. Corny name, […]

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Alex Enabnit – Research Editor It’s officially summer here at Central, and that means a brand new series! This weekend we began a different kind of series for our summer called “At the Movies” where we’ll be using movies as illustrations to highlight God’s truth. It’s important to note before we begin, however, that copyright […]

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Steve Hutchins – Life Group Pastor In today’s culture, saying, “Touch within the Body of Christ” can cause people to think about a long list of negative topics and worse headlines. In fact, the phrase almost instantly makes you draw your hands in closer to yourself, keeping you a bit more distant from those around […]

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Alex Enabnit – Research Editor For the past few weeks, we’ve been in a series called “Leaning In” where we discuss embracing the difficult moments or truths that we tend to want to push away. These can be defining moments for us, if we just choose to lean in through the discomfort. This week was the […]

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