Decisions, Decisions (10/16/16 - 11/6/16)
With the approaching presidential election, we're reminded once again that we have a decision to make and that whatever decision we make, it will have consequences. Whether you're deciding who to vote for or what to make for dinner, every decision you make will have consequences, some good and some bad. The big question that leaves us asking is "how do I make the right decision?" Throughout our Decisions, Decisions series, we take a look at not only the decisions we make but the perceptions we have and processes we go through to actually make a choice. If you've ever struggled to know what's best or to follow through with it, this series has the power to change your life!
the making of a decision - 10/16
Pastor Ryan Blaylock
What influence do your perceptions have on your decisions? In this message, we'll take a look at our perceptions, processes, and presentation through the lens of what God intended for us and the effects that sin has on that intention.
the result of a decision - 10/23
Pastor ryan blaylock
Do you sometimes feel like you're drowning and the waves of life are just beating you down? Is there anything we can do to gain stability? This week, we take a look at the decisions we make and how they affect who we are. The decisions we make determine the people we become.
in the midst of a decision - 10/30
pastor ryan blaylock
Did you make any New Year's resolutions at the beginning of this year? How are you doing with those? In this message, we consider the idea of making decisions and what it's like to be in the middle of that process, especially during periods of struggle and trouble.
the upcoming election
pastor ryan blaylock
How do you feel about the election on Tuesday? It seems inescapable and even can be frightening. In this message, we'll take a look at some things the Bible says about politics. We'll also be challenged to redirect our focus off of the candidates and onto Christ. If our politics is a reflection of our nation, and we want different politics, we have to change the culture of our nation by serving our communities.