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Join us this weekend for a special message for Memorial Day Weekend.
Have you ever been in a wreck? We know that it takes a lot of work to restore the damage after a wreck. Additionally, we have the opportunity to learn what we could have done differently to avoid the wreck. This is also true of our relationships. Throughout the "Relational Wreckage" series you will be given the tools to help you restore your relationships after a wreck and be equipped with the knowledge of how to avoid a wreck in the first place.
Salvation brings you immediate joy, but it's not the final step. We need to grow so we can be productive for the Kingdom of God. Do you want to be the barren fig tree or the blossoming fruit tree?
Everyone loves a great comeback. When an underdog fights their way to victory, we are inspired. But the greatest comeback ever will do more than inspire us. It will change everything.
Have you ever had a moment where you knew you were supposed to tell someone about Jesus, but you were too afraid because you weren’t sure how? Throughout the “Be Hungry” series, you will be equipped with tools to help others find Jesus.
Nobody likes to wait. It is hard and it goes against the instant gratification we’ve learned expect from our culture. The truth is waiting is a frustrating part of life and there is no way around it. However, we can trust that if we’re waiting on God, then He is working on us and has something great in store for us.
We all wish we could find more time for what really matters. We will never find more time, we can only learn to make the most of the limited time we have. To truly make the most of our time, we must grab ahold of God’s vision for our lives.
Money is an area of our lives where it can be hard to trust God. God’s desire is not for us to give up control of our money. Actually the opposite is true. His desire is for us to control our money and not let it control us. To gain that control, we must learn to trust Him.
Sometimes the best way to improve is to go back to the basics. When we know the fundamentals, we can move to new levels of understanding. The Basics series breaks down Christianity to its core essentials, revealing basic truths that profoundly impact our everyday lives.
All of us must come to a point in our lives where we must ask if our faith real or fake. The answer to this question can only be revealed through a series of tests.
King Solomon is known as the wisest man who ever lived. Through the Bible, he gives us great advice to apply to our lives for the new year.
As we head into 2017, it is easy for us to look into the new year and plan for what's next. We set resolutions, goals, and we have hope that this year will be better than the last. In this message, we will be exploring how we can end this year well so that we are more prepared for next year to be the best one yet.
Christmas is the sheer joy of knowing God is with us, not above us and away from us. Jesus was not just our salvation, but the picture of who God really is: someone who went into the dirt and the dark to forgive us, give us life and make us new.
It can be easy to point the finger when life doesn't always end up the way we want. Instead, God calls us to build bridges and courageously face the obstacles in our lives. When we build bridges and lay down our differences with others, we will truly know the joy of community.
What song are you singing? When the world around us is turbulent and not going as planned, we need to remember God is in control. The new song we sing should express His greatness and be sung as if we were standing before Him.
The holidays can be a stressful time. From coping with family to dealing with Black Friday traffic, we all need to learn how to survive the season. When we make room for grace for our families and strangers, we will see God's grace in our own lives.
We know prayer is an important part of our life as Christians, but how do we pray? When our prayer changes from occasional chats to an ongoing conversation with God, we will start to see change in our everyday lives.
God put a fight in us, something that calls us to be people of action. He didn't call us to live in our own little world, but to be willing to pick a fight for the right cause. What are you fighting for?
Pastor Craig takes an interview approach to discuss the fears of joining and participating in a group. Life change happens in community. Where do you want to be? Discover more at gfconline.com/groups.
Join us as we take a fresh look at the story of Moses and how our failures can be the way God shapes our calling.
Running from God is never a good thing, but despite our pride and rebellion, God cares for us and provides a way. Our stories are not over yet. There is a purpose. There is another chapter.
Many of us have been hurt by people in the church, but through having our own spiritual maturity we can love others no matter how different they may be than us. If we open the door of our hearts and realize loving God and loving people are never separate actions, others will see the light of the world through us.
Money is an issue in everyone's life, but it's not something that should control us every day. In this series, we will discover if we will put Jesus first, all things (including our finances) will be taken care of.
You can keep calm and carry on through life all you want, but our lives truly change when we remain and rest in God. When we stay close to His voice and lay down our burdens, we will experience a fuller, deeper life in Christ.
Ever wish you could just start over? We can't rewind our lives, but we can begin a new one by making a small change to the way we live.
Starting a new path in God is like getting off an exit ramp from a highway heading in the wrong direction. When you belong to Christ, you become a new person in Him and He will lead you to an eternal purpose.
2016 should be the year you get on the right track with the purpose God has for you. It starts with igniting a passion for souls, God's Word, and prayer.
Focusing on giving and receiving gifts during Christmas often pushes the true meaning of the season out of the way. God gave us more gifts than just His Son and salvation. Pastor Craig shares the three gifts from God we can't live without.
The Bible says to praise God for who He is. We must understand His characteristics and attributes so that we can build our everyday faith in Him.
Being in community shows us that we were never meant to live life alone and our purposes are fulfilled together. Discover how to love, reach out, fellowship, grow, serve, and worship together; the end results will cultivate deeper relationships with those around us and make it as simple as pulling up a chair.
It is our responsibility to lead ourself well. This is only accomplished with God's truth, training and perseverance as our guide.
Believing Satan’s lies keeps us from living in the freedom Jesus died to give us. This 3 part series will expose who the devil is, what his strategy is, and how you can escape the lies the Angel of Light wants you to believe.
Our careers can make or break the way we view our lives. When we view Christ at the center of our life and our career, we discover our true purpose. In this 4 part series, find out how to cope with stress, authority, and separating your family life and work life.
It's easy to go through life never thinking about the sacrifice that fallen soldiers have made. In a similar way, Jesus made the ultimate sacrifice for us. This Memorial Day, we remember His sacrifice and the freedom we have because of it.
Relationships matter, and without a good foundation in Christ they are doomed to fail. By placing our parents, children and marriage in God’s hands, He can turn any “me” relationship into a “we” relationship.
When you are fulfilling God's purpose, nothing can stop you. In this interview with Tampa Bay Buccaneers' All-Pro Defensive Tackle Gerald McCoy, we learn about the purpose God gives us and perseverance to finish His work.
Jesus has been known for many things: a great teacher, a miracle worker, and a Savior. However, He has proven to be much more, He is the Risen King and Lord.
At one time or another, we may have had questions about the Word of God. Knowing the basis of your faith, the Bible, and Jesus’ life and death will help you define and defend it, and ultimately “Prove It!”
God wants the best for us in all areas of our lives. We will learn “How to Be Rich” while becoming the contributor not just a consumer and truly understand God’s plan in the area of your finances and trust Him to take care of us.
What does it mean to be apart of “My Church.” In this four week series, we discover the rewards of belonging to a church with our relationships with God, others and serving. My Church exists to reach others and help us grow everyday.