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2,600 years ago a man named Daniel was captured and forced to live in the hostile, godless nation of Babylon. If you think our culture is bad, his was worse. But he was able to thrive in the midst of the pressure, staying faithful to God and growing in influence. What can we learn from Daniel to help us in our world today?

Series starts August 27/28/29

God’s Vision For Your Life

John Wilkinson · September 25, 2022

You can likely identify the thing that is dominating your thoughts or causing you to worry pretty quickly. It's easy to get caught up in the moment and culture we're living in. But is it possible that the restless we feel is because we know God has a bigger vision for our lives?

Putting Aside Conviction For Connection

Jason Mitchell · September 18, 2022

We all have convictions and opinions that drive us to make decisions that guide our life. But we often struggle to know how to balance our convictions with compassion for others with differing opinions. So how do we rise above the tension to love each other the way Jesus calls us to?

What Is Most Important To You?

Jason Mitchell · September 11, 2022

There are a number of ways people determine what is “right” and what is “wrong”. As followers of Jesus the question is - will we make our decisions based on faithfulness to God, or in fear of others? The answer is often found in what we determine to be most important to us.

Speaking Truth With Grace

John Wilkinson · September 4, 2022

In the middle of a divisive culture, it seems like every disagreement ends in a shouting match. But as we dig into the story of Daniel, we can learn the valuable lesson of how to disagree with culture without disrespecting others.

When It Feels Like You’ve Lost Control

Matt Parks · August 28, 2022

What do we do when it feels like everything is falling apart? When people are being hurt, when the chaos is overwhelming, and it feels like evil has won - is it still possible to trust that God is in control?