Bulletins/ Small Group Questions

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  • There is a whole lot of giving this time of year. Ever feel like the only giving you want to do is to give up?! You are not alone. Mary, Joseph, the Kings, and Jesus-everyone in the Christmas story-had something to give up. Come see what their story means for you.

  • American culture is a culture of comfort. We are encouraged to do what we want, when we want, with whomever we want. If something is uncomfortable, we want to avoid it at all costs. This four-week series, based on “Uncomfortable” by Brett McCracken, will help you to embrace, understand, and see the beauty, hope and challenge of participating in Christian community.

  • American culture is a culture of comfort. We are encouraged to do what we want, when we want, with whomever we want. If something is uncomfortable, we want to avoid it at all costs. This four-week series, based on “Uncomfortable” by Brett McCracken, will help you to embrace, understand, and see the beauty, hope and challenge of participating in Christian community.


  • American culture is a culture of comfort. We are encouraged to do what we want, when we want, with whomever we want. If something is uncomfortable, we want to avoid it at all costs. This four-week series, based on “Uncomfortable” by Brett McCracken, will help you to embrace, understand, and see the beauty, hope and challenge of participating in Christian community.



  • American culture is a culture of comfort. We are encouraged to do what we want, when we want, with whomever we want. If something is uncomfortable, we want to avoid it at all costs. This four-week series, based on “Uncomfortable” by Brett McCracken, will help you to embrace, understand, and see the beauty, hope and challenge of participating in Christian community.


  • We have one story. And we tell it over and over again in movies, on TV, in books. It is all about being rescued. We repeat this story because we know that WE are in danger, we know that WE need help and hope that there might be someone out there that is able to deliver US. What if there was someone who could rescue us? What if these stories weren’t just fairy tales, but they were built on facts? What would we do in order to be Rescued?


  • We have one story. And we tell it over and over again in movies, on TV, in books. It is all about being rescued. We repeat this story because we know that WE are in danger, we know that WE need help and hope that there might be someone out there that is able to deliver US. What if there was someone who could rescue us? What if these stories weren’t just fairy tales, but they were built on facts? What would we do in order to be Rescued?


  • We have one story. And we tell it over and over again in movies, on TV, in books. It is all about being rescued. We repeat this story because we know that WE are in danger, we know that WE need help and hope that there might be someone out there that is able to deliver US. What if there was someone who could rescue us? What if these stories weren’t just fairy tales, but they were built on facts? What would we do in order to be Rescued?



  • We have one story. And we tell it over and over again in movies, on TV, in books. It is all about being rescued. We repeat this story because we know that WE are in danger, we know that WE need help and hope that there might be someone out there that is able to deliver US. What if there was someone who could rescue us? What if these stories weren’t just fairy tales, but they were built on facts? What would we do in order to be Rescued?

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