Pack Your Bags Week 4

Discovering what could be next for your life is difficult. We can plan, prepare, and expect something in the next season, but until you are there it’s still up in the air. Could it be that the wisdom we need for the next season of life is available to us by simply asking for it […]

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Pack Your Bags Week 3

Discovering what could be next for your life is difficult. We can plan, prepare, and expect something in the next season, but until you are there it’s still up in the air. Could it be that the wisdom we need for the next season of life is available to us by simply asking for it […]

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Pack Your Bags Wk 2

Pack Your Bags: Wk 2 Title: “GPS for the Transitions of Life” Focus Passages: James 1:2-3,12 // Hebrews 6:16-20 Speaker: Donnie Hinshaw Description We are constantly changing and preparing for where we want to be and yet aren’t ever certain of what that will look like. Uncertainty is a tool the enemy of your faith […]

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Pack Your Bags Wk 1

Series: Pack Your Bags: Discovering What’s Next WK 1 Title: “Prepping for Later Now” Focus Passages: James 1:22-25 Speaker: Donnie Hinshaw Description Change is inevitable; in fact, it can be exciting. Transitions on the other hand can be stressful. That’s because we the future is so uncertain. We can’t see what will come next. What […]

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Title: “How To Build Relationships with Good Breath” Focus Passages: Proverbs 29:23 // Luke 18:9-14 Speaker: Donnie Hinshaw Description “Pride is like bad breath; everyone knows you have it except yourself.” C.S. Lewis. Pride: It’s sneaky, sly, crafty, cunning, and so easy to love. Humility: it’s elusive, rare, and difficult to practice and be known […]

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Focus Passages: Proverbs 3:11-12 // Proverbs 20:30 // Hebrews 12:11-12 Speaker: Donnie Hinshaw Description When it comes to building healthy relationships we must get out of our comfort and safety zones and embrace the hard things. Just because something is painful doesn’t mean it’s not profitable. The best relationships will require work, even if it […]

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