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Look around. Children are excited about Santa and no school. Families get together in hopes of harmony. Retail stores put everything on sale to get rid of the year’s inventory. Amazon sells out on Christmas classics not found on Netflix. In Austin, at Zilker Park, you can be treated to the Trail of Lights or head over to Mozart’s on...

How do you handle conflict?

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We are called to love one another deeply (1 Peter 4:8), but what happens when conflict arises? Conflict is a dreaded word in my vocabulary. In younger years, conflict meant withdrawal, tears, and insecurity. I was passive in every way, avoiding conflict initiation and conceding in situations involving dispute. Amidst adult age, upon revelation that conflict was healthy and necessary, I…


Thanksgiving Back

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Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on what God has given us and how grateful we are for it. However, many times we forget all the things we've been given and grow a sense of entitlement. Worship is the active acknowledgement and communication of our relationship with God. In this sermon, Pastor Chris shares the difference between entitlement and gratefulness...
Man on the edge of pier

Amidst the loss

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“The biggest question of all, however, was wordless. Inexpressible. It encompassed an irrational fear that my prayers and my efforts were wasted..” I apologize for the heavy material that follows, but this is what I need to write about this week. I have a friend from high school that I’ve known for years. He’s a very intelligent young man, quick-witted…