Cassandra Moton – Children’s Programming Pastor Thanksgiving can be an incredible time of year. I love the decorations; I love pumpkin pie; I love having everyone over to our house for dinner.

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Perry Emerick – Mesa Campus Pastor I recently had a friend call me up and ask me about verses in the Bible that talk about earthquakes and end times and things like that. Of course, this was coming off the East Coast 5.8 magnitude earthquake that had the news world going crazy. Personally, being from […]

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Rachel Dotzler – Mesa Junior High Pastor You may be intrigued by this blog post because of my title. You may want to know what makes me so angry because we live in a world where its normal to see social media posts, texts, and have conversations that people express the anger they have towards a […]

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Cal Jernigan – Lead Pastor I am writing this post from the land of Israel/Palestine, very near the Sea of Galilee. I have come here, yet again, with a group of folks from Central. Our goal is to discover the wonders of this ancient land and to deepen our understanding of the current reality of […]

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Cassandra Moton – Children’s Programming Pastor I didn’t become a Christian until I was 21. I honestly only went to church because a cute guy invited me. And by the age of 21 – I had really, really lived life. But when I decided to follow God, when I decided to make Him the center of […]

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Cal Jernigan – Lead Pastor Listen to me! LISTEN TO ME!

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Kate Hansen – Queen Creek Student Pastor Nearly 50% of the Christian church today is single. Whether that is never married, divorced, or widowed, single folks are actively a part of every Christian church today, and each person’s story is unique. While some folks struggle and resent the fact they are single, others find deep contentment […]

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Scott Jones – Gilbert Campus Pastor Ever feel like a failure in the home department? If you’re like me—a mom or dad who wants to bring spiritual influence into their home—then you’ve probably experienced some level of frustration about how to make this work.

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