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triggered (12/02/18-12/16/18)  

Ideally, the winter holiday season is a time of love and unity but for many of us its a time of anxiety and loneliness and depression. In our new series triggered we’ll get real with these real-life stresses and find ways to navigate the holidays with hope and peace.

 

Anxiety and loneliness - dec 2, 2018

Pastor ryan blaylock  

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – or is it? Whether there’s stress on your relationships, your job, or your holiday plans, the Christmas season isn’t always as happy as the internet says it is. This week Pastor Ryan opens our “Triggered” series with a look into the anxiety and the loneliness of the holiday season and how we can use our community to get us through.

 

Depression and suicide - dec 9, 2018

Pastor ryan blaylock  

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – or is it? Whether there’s stress on your relationships, your job, or your holiday plans, the Christmas season isn’t always as happy as the internet says it is. This week Pastor Ryan gets real about one of the leading causes of death and invites us to seek help and feel hope.

 

Unresolved family baggage - dec 16, 2018

Pastor ryan blaylock

How do we address conflict in a healthy way? How do we move forward when it comes to conflict that needs to be resolved? As far as it is possible for each of us, what would it look like to live at peace with everyone? Family are like fish, you throw them out after 3 days. If you laughed at that, then unfortunately you can probably relate. As we look forward to family gatherings (either with delight or with dread), we want to keep in mind healthy ways to address conflict. The truth is, relationships often end in bitterness when we don’t deal with conflict. Unforgiveness and bitterness is not the best way to live, and Jesus invites us to live better than that. In today’s message we’ll look at one story Jesus tells about family conflict and drama and gain some ideas that will help us navigate the tension of this season.