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New Sunday Night Sermon Series - 4 Scriptures That Move us From Existing To Living

God has created us for more than simply existing from day to day.  He has created us to live our lives in a close relationship with Him. There is a trend for people to pull away from God in order to pursue their self driven goals and wants.  Too often we find out that simply existing for our schedules, paychecks and relationships can be exhausting if our motivation is not in tact.  To know the power found in living a life for God, we must know what that looks like.  God has given us clear instructions for living in these four biblical passages (23rd Psalm / The 10 Commandments / The Lord's Prayer / The Beatitudes)

Join us on Sunday evenings at 6:00 pm as we find strength from God's word in moving from simply existing to living our lives.

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