The Power of Re:

In summer, our normally rigid schedules relax and turn into trips to the lake, kids out of school and summer vacation. And the change of pace gives us a great opportunity to re-evaluate things in life. 

 

Enter RE. Two small letters with a big job. Sometimes, it means, “again.” Think: refill, recharge. Sometimes RE means to push away or let go. Think: restrain or restrict. RE has work cut out for us.

 

What if summer holds the chance to live life fully on, but in a different rhythm? It’s time to ask yourself what you need to RE in order to experience your Best Summer Ever!

Check out messages from The Power of Re: Series Below!

RE: Reaffirm

August 13th, 2023

Mark David Bradford, Missions Pastor

At the end of Joshua's life, he challenged the children of Israel to reaffirm their commitment to God's covenant. This final message in our Power of Re: series will challenge you to choose this day whom you will serve.

RE: Remain

August 6th, 2023

Kevin Blackwell, Teaching Pastor

In John 15, Jesus gives the visual picture of the vine and branches teaching His followers that the branches can do nothing apart from their relationship to the vine. 

RE: Realize

July 30th, 2023

Pastor Randy Norris

Your identity always leads to your purpose. When will you realize your identity in Christ? When will you realize that God has chosen you to make an impact for His kingdom in your daily life? 

RE: Repeat

July 23rd, 2023

Pastor Randy Norris

There are things that we need to repeat daily in our lives in order to be good servants of Jesus Christ. We need a daily high protein diet of God's Word along with daily training for godliness. 

RE: Release

July 16th, 2023

Phillip Wolfe, Next Generation Pastor

Most people are carrying burdens that they were never meant to carry alone. Scripture tells us to cast all of our burdens on Christ because He cares for us. That starts with humbling ourselves under God's mighty hand. 

RE: Renew

July 9th, 2023

Mark David Bradford, Missions Pastor

In Romans 12:1-2, Paul encourages believers to not be conformed to this world, but rather to be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Only then will you be able to discern the good, pleasing, and perfect will of God.

RE: Remember

July 2nd, 2023

Pastor Randy Norris

Why does God's Word talk so much about remembering? Perhaps it is because God knows how prone we are to forget. When circumstances of life bump us on the head and cause spiritual amnesia, God's Word teaches us to remember, reflect, and meditate on His Word.